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"EVENINO'DUTXETIN, ITONOMJMJ, H. T., FRIDAY. AUGUST 2.1. IflOt.
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E. 0. HALL & SON,
TEMPORARY BICYCLE DEPT. AND
OFFICESOVER HAWAIIAN TRUST CO.
rnDT CTOCCT vrHOUBtn.. iaiii,
rUnl olnttl. oirn.ctFL, utii it.
a m. a m
8 6, I c.
p i m.
and Juvenile Bicycles
per "8. 8. Slcrrn."
Call and See Them.
I.eS, 8 ai
i. 4J 6 3
1'lrst Quarter of the Moon on tho
2 Bt nt 9:22 p. m.
Tides from tho. United States Coist
and Geodetic Survey Tables.
The tides at Kahulul and Hllo occur
about an hour earlier than at Honolu
lu Hawaiian Standard Time Is lOh, 30m
slower than Greenwich time, being
that of the meridian of 157 30. The
time whistle biows at 1:30 p. m., whtcb
In the same as Greenwich Oh, 0m.
Masters of vessels sailing from tbia
port for San Francisco will find there
a branch of tho U. S. Hydrographle
Ofllcfl located In tho Merchants' Ex
change, where Is maintained for their
oineflt frco of charge, complcto loll
of charts trnd directions of the world.
Latest Information can be obtained re-.
gjrdlng lights, dangers to navigation
and nil matters of Interest to occin
Weather llureait, I'unahon, August
2.1.- Tempcaturc .Morning minimum,
70; Mlday maxlmudm, 84.
liaromet?r at 9 a. m. 29.9S. Steady.
Dew Point CSF.
Humidity nt 9 a. ra, f!S per cent. '
Diamond Head Signal Station, Au
gust 23. Weather hazy; wind light
Whitney & Mafsh, Ltd.
Ita. fn Iiii column will ht inttrttd
nt IS cnilt ii tine one imeilion : SR
icvi'i two iniertium; SO centt out tctelc; j(
ciitr tiro ueele, nnd CO cents one month,
l'lix'i it the cheaper! ndiertiiiiigeier offered
the people of Honolulu,
We beg to announce that on
24. 1901, we shall sell
AT FIVE CENTS PER ROLL.
Just to make your acquaintance.
Wo havo laid aside enough GOOD PAPER to cover Kilty Ordi
nary Hooms, and will sell enough for one room to each customer
while the lots lasts.
Our entire stock of regular Moods will be subject to 10 dis
count on this day only, and you arc advised to come early and
avoid the rusn.
SALE BEGINS Q A. M.
Suturdny, August 24, 1QOI.
ALAKEA STREET NEAR MERCHANT.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE riRSTCIR
rcult. Territory ol lla.l In Probate. Al Cham,
bets In ilia matnr it the Estate t lamvs IIli
chlngi, I.I. ol llonolu u, sJahu.de eased, lniett.tr,
Th. petition and ac ounls I aiminl.tr.tu' of the,
.state ol said deceased therein he asks that hi. ac
cuuntt be examined and anruvrd and that a final
order be mtde ol dl.trlbutlon M th. pro erty re
maining In his ha-ds lo p.non. ih.reti cntltlej and
dlscha-g ng lilm Irrm all further responsibility as
such admlnlitral'r having this day been h'el,
Nutl.v I. hertpy glse that MONDAY, the lulh Jay
of btl'TLMur.R.A II. H)t, alTLNo'cl'Kk a m , at
Chamber. In the Court House, at Hiunlulu. heanj
the same hereby Is appointed as the time and place
for hearing said petlthn and accounts, and that all
persons Interested may llun and there appear and
show causi, II any th.y hale, why th. same should
not be granl-rd
Honolulu. Oahu, July ji. 9"t
BY THE COURT'
J A THOMPSON,
Holmes 8r Stanley attor-ey. for the Admlnt. rator.
iWst Aug, .1. )ej he . 6, ii
A Bpcelal meeting of tho stockhold
ers of the Pacific Sugar Mill will bo
held In tho olllco tit r. A. Schaefcr &
Co. on Monday, the 2ith day of Aug
ust, Ki:)l, at ID oclock n. m. for the
purpose ot ronslderlng nmendments
to tho company's by-lawn In the
transaction of general business,
IN THE CIRCUIT COUU " I IHST CIRCUIT
Territory of Haaali, Al chambers. In i rotate, I
in. matter of tli esat'nl tunry u n-Jon tat. ol
Honi-u u Oahu. deceased P.tlt'on a Ine been
hied by Itishrp and Conrany crJ or of s.ll In
testate pra!n that letters of rximoi.ttralton up.,r
saia csia'e c. isti.j in nar cs rn ii'ps. none, i
heieby civin that FRIDAY, the at day ol SEITEM
UEU . U 1901, at too'clock A H , be and i ereby 1
appointed for he.rng said petttl.rt In h Cvur
Room of tnls Court at Honolu.u at wh'ch tlm. and
ptar. all parsons ennctrned may appear and shu
cause If any thry have, why said petition shoJ J no
b granted .
Honolulu. August n. ooi.
Uy th. Court t
to.4-41 August sj, jo: Sept. 6, i. Clerk.
Notice to Creditors.
Thursday, Auk. -
Schr. Ilob Hoy, from Pearl Itlver.
Friday, Aug. 23.
Str, Mauna Loa, Slmerson, from Ua
Thursday, Aug. 22.
U. S. S. Solace, Wlnslow, for San
Str. Maul, Ilcnnctt, for Maul nnd Ha
waii. Str. Mlkahala, Gregory, for Kuual.
Am. bkt. Archer, Hardwlck, for Sao
Friday, Aug. 23.
Am. 8p, Charmer, Slater, for San
Am. bk. C. D. Uryant, Collcy, for San
Am. bk. Diamond Head, Pctmcn, for
For San Francisco, per U, S. S. Solaco
Aug. 22. Mrs. Paymaster Phillips and
For Kauai, per str. Mlkahata, Aug.
22 W. O. Smith, George Klueg'1, S. K.
Kaeo, A. Itose, It. Okuba, F. Asch, h'.
Anderson, Mr. Oka.
From Kona ports, per str, .Mauna Ixa
Aug. 23 F. W. Reynolds. Oeo. Kent, E.
F. Patten. Hon. J. K. Kckaula, Miss M.
Van Hap, Miss H. Ilartels, Miss L.
Uartcls, W. Akl, Afo Akamu, Miss II
1'lnno, J. Moroff, Jas, Rolph, Miss a
IVarrctt, Miss C, Danabater, R. D. Mead,
Mrs. R. D. Mead, Alex. Pabnu, I,. Li
ra ro, Miss J. I.ainro, Ah Sam, Geo.
Ekau, J. Kaopua, Mrs. II. Kelll, Mrs
h. W. Whltmnrsh P, Keka, O. Jones.
Oeo. McDougall Miss M. Iona. Miss E.
Harper, M. Kauhlmahii, Mrs. M. Knti
hlmalu, C. W. Daldwln. Miss 12. Sllva,
W. II. Cornwell, C. D. Lutkln. O. E.
Ward, Miss Knnakokal, Miss K. Scrim
geour, Mrs. Sinclair, W Green, W,
OraiiBliy, C, II. Raven, b. Shlmamura
S. Akl, Miss M. Makeknu, Mrs. M.
Shaw and 3 children, Mr. Harwell and
107 on deck.
Her First soyagc waiter (knock
ing) "Miss Jenkins, don't ott feel
like a little cold chicken?" Miss Jen
kins (from within) "I'don't know how
a little cold chicken feels, but I'm
feeling pretty ugh, queer." Brooklyn
MADAME P. LAMBEKT lilt from Paris
I" has remoed her Dressmaking Parlors from
Nuuanu Av t.i corner Vkeyard and Miller S s
Where sh.wlll be pleised lose, her patrons. ion.w
PR I. MO I.AUIIU for prompt Jetfteryof
f.ml lyorders. Telephon. .Sit lllut
Alter 6 P.M. " u.l "
.1 I). AVERV PUI1LIC STENOCHA
v. nher tvncivrlter nnd nroof reader
J Corporation and purll: meetings reported. Acurata
Iran cripis 01 imporian' docutntnis m ipedauy,
lr(Hif read tor authors and publishers. Ofhc. hours
ft to 5 i 45 (later by appointment). Rcom 6 D't
bldg., Tel Blue ii iq-H
DEDMOUSE Tllrr WATCH1AKFK Is
s located at ill. Al.kea street. Special atten
tion given to fine wa'ch repairing. iiS-tm
St!LI!CT MIIOISTI1I OI'I'ICU.
Tel.phonc Ulue .8,1
JOHN MALEY-R.ralr'ng and polishing, Ha
waiian kuu calabash, plates and cocoanut
shells. Not reiponsltle lor gnuds left over jodi)i,
4lS King St, Lcleu, Honolulu. igiT-tw
IF YOU HAVE a house for rent or want to rent
1 houte. see A. It. Hindi. Collections catelully
at'ended 10 and promptly lemlued, Oflice ll. Kaa
humanu street iSjetl
FOR SALE-H,u.e and large Lit at k'almukl on
Msypayir.nl. Apply Lampbell Block rot m)3.
FOR SALE A gen le bors. lth bu'gv anl har
ness. Cnjuir. of H. b King. Gittageljrove.
PR SALC-Lnts at Puunul. Llllha St., easy pay
meat lnnlrn Camobell HlMk. R"oi i. i-sw
CTEAM LAUNCH FOR SALE-Th "Talul." as
she now lies In the harbor. She Is a nearly n.w
boat. In perfect working order, and has been nf lata
used In towing al Kahulul Harbor, W. II. Pain.
FOR SALrJ-Callgraphrype-wrlt.r.prlct .125.00.
Apply C En Chon H.ilron Drug Co. iBjft.im
COR SALE-At v.ry low prices. In Hllo loon One
1 lot at Rlvcrstie Pant, commanding th. best view
of Ocean and Mnunlali, Six lots, all fronting the
street nn cottag. occupying tnlddlt lot and well
furnlshoJ I it paltlculars apply to A. M. Polemkln,
FOR SALti Coiner grocery store, tstatllshtd for
over two crs. has large and lenod patronage.
For further panlcu'ars apply by mall. Hllo, p o.b. to
FOR SALE Sla lots on Kapahu.u Road, Kalmukl
Trad, cheap, on th. Installment plan. Apply
Emm-ti May. Jjdd Building. i8n -tt
E.MPI-OVUWH IMHUDIN'O WIS
lllltslu llulp. Telephone HlwiSi I,
NOTICE The grounds ol Hit Aleaand r Young
Building, and the private street Irs be knwn as
Bishop street, are closed to the public until further
nonce isiutEm wn.mt.ii.
Supt. Alexander Young Bid.
NOTICE TO BulLDERS-Th. Union fcxpr.ssCo.
Has WHITE SAND FOR SALh iMltf
ii ANTED Every man In town locking tor a good
vv meal to eat at Brunswick Oyster and Chop
House. Fori St. ign-ll
WANTED A position as coachman, and house,
woik by ma and wife. Win. Duni, Elm Si.
at Grandpa Magoon's house. ign-iw
WANTED Situation by a married man as collec
tor, good security furnished. Address "C D."
this offlca loii-iw
WANTED-Thret working girls, to board, and
room, at ior Punchbowl At., te ms very r.a-
riOTICE OF APPOINTMENT.
W1DOW at work, v.a Is while woman house-keeper
- car. or tw children. sate wages.
Territory of Hawaii,
Uf.inlillu, Oalitl, Aug. 22. 19U1.
With tht approval of tho Acting
Oovi-rnjr of the Territory of Hawaii,
I have commissioned
ELMER E. CONANT. ESQ.,
as Assessor for tho Foutth Taxation
Division Territory of Hawaii (Islands
of Kauai and Miami), vice J. K. Far
ley, Ean... rudlgued, to talto effect Aug'
utt 2 I'ML
WM. II. WRIOHT.
TrJ.4urer Territory of Hawaii.
Jas. F. Morgan
-BS Queen Htreet
Mrs. E. liordon. P. O. Box .
WANTED A sm.ll furnished cottag. or room by
couple without children. Stat. pile. R. S.
NOTICE TO NATIVE-BORN CALI
FORNIANS. All native-born Calllo'nlans aro cor
dially Invited to attend a meeting to
be held In ltoom 1, Elite Untitling, this
(Friday) evening at 7:30 o'clock to ar
range lor celebrating "AdmLMon
Day." I. LEVINGSTON.
O. W. It. KING, Secretary.
FOR 8 ALE A limited number of
young giado Devon, Durham, Red Poll,
Holsteln. and Hereford bulls. The
sires ol thoso animals wuro carefully
selected from tho best Ileitis In Call
fornln, and all aro thoroughbred, pedi
For particulars, address
I'ahnla P, O. iwui, Iluwull,
Tho Evening Uulletlu, 75 cents per
Th. undersigned haling been duly app.lnted exe
cutnx ot th. w.ll ol th. la). Paul ...um.nnot Ho
nolulu, Island ot Oahu, de eased, nolite Is hereby
given to all persons lu present their claims against
thi es'ale ot said Paul re m.nn, deccai.d, fUi)
aulientlcated, wheth.r secured by mortg.ge or o.hei
wlse. fi the imders gned at in. vttu. ot M.isis
Hach and Sllllman, Rojms )o). o S.an.cnwatd
BulldLig, Honolulu, within ax months from th
date hereor, or thry will be forevei p.rred; and al
persons IndeHel tu ssld estate are hcrtby requested
10 mike inirr.iiai. payment nine utidtistgiiej,
Dated Hun .lulu, rtugus.i. ig i.
Executrix nt the will of Paul Neumann, deceased
Notice to Creditor,
WANTED-Partner In Chicken Ranch. Address
MlnorcaPearl City. ioo8-imo
SJL'ANTtD-UBIvtli fcr light wagon must know
0111. for lit hi bouse woik,
M-kUlU) COUI'IE tor private family
STAlilfa hoy and coachman privat.pl. re,
SELL T t. Hini i nt onn.L Magocn Building,
Meichant and Alakea Sts.
tAANTED-To MllDiamomi andOi-ALRwos.
vv In the latest styles Watcbes if paired by a
Irweler of is ) ears experience,
G. DIETZ, Fori St.
ROOM AND BOARD.
Tho commodious residence at Pa
waa recently occupied by Hon. J. A.
Cummins. This house is partly lur
nlshed. tor terms apply to
J. O. CARTER,
Honolulu, Aug. 23d. 1901. 1924-lw
HOME FOR INCURABLES MEETING
I STATE OF LILIA HAAHtO KANIU WAIPA,
All cred tors ol LUIa lla.heo Kanlu Walpa air
hereby notified to present their claims, dull aulhei
ticated, and with the propt-r souihers. It any exist,
even If the claim Is s.cured by mortgage upon rc.f
estate tumealmyoflktat iiS. King t , H h ol .lu,
Territory ot lliwall. If such claims b. not presen
ed wltftln six months from the date of hlsnotlct
Ihey shall N foiever b. fi Lllla Haatwo Kanli
VValpa sometln es contraend debts under th. nam. ot
Kanlu Lumaheihel and ah such debts will b barred
If not presented to me within sa d time
LYLE A. DICKEY
Admlnlttralor of th. estate ot Lllla Haahio
)9 S. King St , Horn lulu, August ai, gi,
.p.. t aur .t i't sp 6. n .-.
THE HAWAIIAN LABOR BUREAU
Will engngo laborers in tho Hawaiian
Islands untl ttirnish them to planta
tlons, lutllvldiials, llrms or corpora
tions. Will undertake contract woik
and furnish oxpeileuccd and reliable
couti actors. Ordeis piomptly at
tended. Telephono 230 Main. P. O. box 877.
Temporary olllee, bpreckels llulll
lilt,', Room 11, Fort street, Honolulu,
l'iuo .lob J'rintiiif? at the liul
At tho first meeting of tho sub
scribers to tho Honolulu Homo for In
curables, held at thu rooms of Messrs.
Bishop & Co. on August 20th, tho
Charter for tho Institution granted
by thu Government was accepted and
.ho following Trustees were elected :
Messrs. A. Young anil T. C. Davloi,
to Borvu for threo y'carB.
Messrs. J. 1). Atherton and J. P.
Cooke, to servo for two years.
Messrs. W, O. Smith and 8. E. Da
mon, to serve for ono year.
And at tho first meeting of tho Truu
tecs, held at the olllee of Mr. W. O.
Smith on the 20th InBt.. the following
Dtilccra wero elected to Borvo for tho
Mr. A. Young, President.
Mr. J. D. Atherton, First Vice Presi
dent. Mr. W. O. Smith, Second Vlco Presi
dent. Air. T. C. Davles, Secretary.
Mr. S. E. Damon, Treasuier,
Mr. .1. P. Cooke, Auditor.
HuliBcr1ptloii8 to tho Endowment
mil Iliilldlng Funds of tho Institution
ire still solicited In order to complcto
the establishment of tho Institution In
1 thoroughly satisfactory manner, and
such subscriptions may lie handed to
tho Treasurer, Mr. H. B. Damon, at the
bank of .Messrs. lllsliop & Co.
T. CI.IVE DAV1ES,
DOOM AND llOARD-rirst class table board bv
th. day or wek. Breakfast from 6:pl Si
Dnoer, i. to i ', Supper, 6 to y Atsi furnished rooms
with or wltrnut boaid. S9 BerctanlaM, between
ron ana nuuanu. 19 1 s-1 mo
ROOMS AND BOARD, newly and nicely furnished
mosquito proof, electiic lights ; also best tabu
board obtainable Sreclal onenlnp rates, nuinii
$1 50, h ard 9s PC week. 'Helen's Court, adlolnlng
1 lit. Building, on Adam a Lane, off Hotel strict.
Telephone. Whll. l.6i. lots- mo
Public Lands Notice.
On Tuesday, September 21th, 1901,
nt I- o clock noon, at the front en
trant e of the Judiciary Building, will
be bold, .it Public Auction, the lease
of the land known as the I.antl of Ma
nuka, situate In the District of Kan,
Isl'ind of Hawaii.
Term 10 years.
Hp-in rsntal $75 per annum,
Condition of lease nrc as follows:
Tho Government reserves the right
to take up .my portion or portions of
ubore land for bona ride settlement and
other iiibllc. purposes, and fuither
that the lessee Is to keep the land
clear anl free from luntnna during the
continuance of the term of said lease.
EDWARD S. DOYD,
Commissioner of Public Lands.
Honolulu. August 20th, 1901.
Ilv order nf Mil. It. tintv I nlll sr.ll
at Public Auction at my salesroom, C
On Saturday, August 24,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
tho following valuable properties:
1st. Residence of Mr. Dow, on cor
ner of Hockfcld and Prospect streets.
Frontago of 185 feet on Prospect street
nnd 200 feet deep with back boundary
of Punchbowl. Lot Is nicely terraced
and planted with fruit and ornamental
trees. Main dwelling contains four
large bedrooms, parlor, dining rooi.i,
kitchen, etc. 1-argo veranda, 90 feet
by 8 feet
. couage also on tho premises con
taining 4 rooms, with wide veranda.
Upset price, J7.750; $7,000 of purchase
price can prouahly remain on mort
This Is nn elegant piece of property
ami wo Invite Intending purchasers to
visit tno piaco and note tho healthy
situation and tho elegant view of towii
and sen. A party desires to rent thin
property for ono year at $50 per
2d. Lots 1, 2, 3, 4. E, C, 7, 8, of Block
E. of tho Kaplolanl Addition at Win
klkl. Total slie 200x200. Lots are sit
uated on 'irousscait avenue and aro
about 100 feet from tho Rapid Transit
3d. Lots B and 7 ot lllocl; 3 at Pearl
City. These are about 100 yards from
the Pearl City depot and will rapidly '
Increase In value.
-THE LANGTON, King St., near South, nicely turn
1 Ished rooms, and dining room In connection with
house. Table board. Under management of Mrs H
:. iirrren. lix'i-r
FOR RENTA new house on A'teslan street, of
SIX rooms with all modern Imnrovrmentt. l-n.
quire ol Lhas. E. Traiher Consolidated Soda Woiks
FOR RENT Newly furnished front rooms for Gin
tleman it. Vineyard St. laii-.w
COR RENT Two ( i) story house at Kekaullke-Pa
1 on Young street, contaln'nt- a bed hub,, nailr.r.
dining room, kltvhen, bath room and patent wa'er
clos-t d wnstalrs. Kaplnl.nl l.s'ate Ltd rati tf
TO LET Newly furnlshid rooms $i. incnth up
1 also doubl. parlura suitable tor man led coul..
B.retanla St , corner Keca imoku St , Mra. Jells.
TO LET One halt of store and large dry basement
on I on street. Addriss ' K. G." tills ofh.t.
TO LET Cottape, six rooms and bath best loca-
lion In Honduu No. i Cottige Grose, K.rg
TO LET Nicely furnished and airy rooms at the
Elite. 164 Ho'elslteet igo6-ima
COR RENT-Nice New Cottages of lour rooms,
' kitchen and bath. King street Kapalama, $io.uo
and Its t per month. Ii quire 116 Tort St.. Room
ll, abov. First National Bank. P. E, K. Strauch.
rO LET Nice six-room cottage, on Lunalllo, near
Pcnsacola street. Emmett May, Judd Building,
TO LET Sell n House, well furnished rooms wilh
' board. Young Si , neat I'llkol i&gi.tmo
l0 LET Two front ruoms.
No, u Garden Lan.,
IF you rav. a house for rent, or want In rent a
home, call in A R, UINDT, office with Guide
Publishing Co , Campbell Block, Menhanl street,
Telephone Main iti. sS.T-rt
OrriCtS TOR RENT-ln Brewer building, Ojeen
. .. ""' "n reasonable terms, Apply to C. Kreer
pOR SALL Two pliaelons la good condition One
used only a short Urn., Address ' V. X. " Bul
letin cilice lOll-lf
COP SALE-Lot In McCully Trad, lotmio, .
1 Three Lots In Kapahulu, io,rxwi sq, ti Si4 I
i.ni on ueretama bt., isoxio Judd A Company,
Oflice. No wt Stangrnoald Building. T.I. Main
hi r. o. iioxui, , 1010-ti
TENOSRS FOR SCHOOL HOUSES.
l-Kileil proposals for the construe-
tlun nf a three-room school house a:
rianapep-, Kauai, to bo completed on
or bi-foiH Oct. 31, 1901, and a ono-rooiu
school hotiM- at each of tho following
IJIalRO, District of Hnna, Maul.
1'jJiillo, Hamakua, Hawaii.
to bo completed on or betoro Saturday,
wet is will lie received nt tho odlco
of tho Dpaitiueiit of Public Instruc
tion until noon of .Monday, Sopt. 9
Plmib anil specltlcntlons can be seen
at thu oHW of tho Department and
with thi School Agents of the Dlb
trlcta whete the buildings aro to bo
The Department does not bind Itself
to arpt the lowest or any bid.
ALATAU T. ATKKINSO.'s.
Supt. Public Instruction.
Honolulu, Atig. 21, 1901. 1922-.lv
Terms on lots 2 anil 3, cash. Deeds
nt purchaser's expense.
For further intormatlon apply to
Jae. F. Morgan,
PEARLS FOR PINK BARS.
Pearl earrings ale all the rage this
year and the larger the pearl Is the
mure fashionable Is Its wearer. Some
of the. peafTs are as big as cherries.
others ate the size of prize peas. The
small pearl has no plate lu this pres
ent vosue A pearl stud, with a pen
dant pearl ot the same size. Is shown
lr tho StMu shups, but few of these
have been seen, Tho slnglo lustrous
white on isray pearl Is the telgnliig fa
vorite An artlat lu Jewels solemnly advises
the whitest pearls for women with
led llghta In their brown hair, and
htuukej pearU for blondes
The Bulletin, 75 cents pr month.
No More Dread
of the Dental Chair
TEI.TH EXTRACTED AND FILLED
ARSOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN by
our Into scientific method applied to the
gums. No sleep-producing agents or
These are the only dental parlors In
Honolulu hnvlng PATENTED APPLI
ANCES nnd ingredients to extract, All
and apply gold crowns and porcelain
crowns undectccablo from natural teeth
nnd wurrnntcd for ten years, VITH-
PUT THE LEAST PAIN. All work
done by ORADUATED DENTISTS of
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. We
will tell you In advance exactly what
your work will cost by a FREE EX
AMINATION. 8ct Teeth 6S.00
Gold Crowns 6S.OO
Gold Fllllndn $I.OO
Hllvep Fillings fiOc
Our name alone will be a guarantee
that your work will bo of the bcsL
New York Dental Parlors,
Iloom 4, Elite Ilulldlng, Hotel Street
LADIES IN ATTENDANCE.