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-TilE; Sr3lXVY; vPRBClQIAy. I'QRTEAyD; SEPTEMBER f4, 190ov
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
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Cwattec.RtM ..................Kln 87
SCasmgiar - Main 036
Boa? JMlUr. Main 6235
atr X41tec X&ln 16
Society XAItor ..Main 6235
Compoetng.Rooai Main CSS
Superintendent BuiKSlag Red 2S2IJ
East Side Office East 61
BEIJLSCO THEATER (Hth and TYnshlnfrtcn)
"fMatlnee at 2:13 and evening at 8:15, "Cap-
ttm Jentcit or the Howe Jlarfne."
B'AICER THEATER (Third and Tamhlll)
Matinee at 2:15. and tonight at 8:15. Harry
Williams" Ideal Extravaganza company.
EMPIRE THEATER (12th and Morrison)
Matin at 2:15 and tonight at 8U0. "The
Cfcnvlct a Daughter.
GRAND THEATER (Park and Washington)
Continuous vaudeville. 2: SO to 10:30 P. M.
STAH THEATER (Parle andWahlncton)
Continuous vaudeville. 2:30. 7:30. 6 P. M.
"THE OAKS" (on the O. TV. P. & Ry. Co.'s
linej From B A- M. to 12 P. M.
Had Exciting Bear Fioht. D. iM,
Roberts and E. E. Sleret. of Grcsham,
passed through Portland yesterday on xhe
way home from a hunting expedition -on
the Santlarn River, -where they had an ex-
clUnc oncountcr with a brown bear. Dur
UK the week Sleret encountered the bear
mi clo?e quarter and took a shot at It,
when the bear fclL Sleret approached the
attim&l. thinking: it had been killed, but
fwn jumped up and made for Sleret,
when the latter emptied his repeating: rifle
without stopping: the animal. He then
turned and ran, calling- to Roberts to come
b his aid as he ran along-. The bear
knooked him down several times before
Roberts came to his aid, when the ani
mal turned on Roberts, who could not use
Ms Run for fear of shooting: Sleret, and
handled him roughly, then it ran oft, leav
ing- both men badly used up. The bear
knd the best of the fight, but suddenly
tok fright. Both men bore tho marks
f their oncounter. and remarked they had
bad enough bear hunting-. They saw tw6
large black bear, but did not shoot them
They killed several deer.
Suits to Recover Monet. The follow
ing now Halts have begun In the . East
S4dc Justice Court: S. J. Kamlnsky
versus S. H. Frlendlander. to recover
&2S; C. F. Pflugcr against the American
Vinegar Company, to recover J83.S8; R. L,
E. Simmons, to recover ?G1 rent from
Lest or Sabln; Daniel Brecht. to recover
JSS.4S.from J. R. Rand for lumber sold; F.
E. Heeael. to recover $50 from the Oregon
Laundry St Toilet Supply Company; Mar.
RhaJ-Wells Hardware Company, to re
cover $$.SS from A. W. Curry; A. Carlson,
t recofer 525 from Mrs. O. P. Obcrg
Talk;no Machines. The talking ma-
cmne mat The Oregonian Is giving away
to aM ld and new subscribers Is such a
fwed tllng that our patrons have taken all
we hac. We were obliged to take the jna
chines from the display window at Eilers
Piano tliouso to supply urgent demands.
Mere machines will arrive tomorrow. A
eartoat of machines and records will ar.
rtve direct from the manufacturers this
omln week, .with more to follow. Call
and pltce your order and machine will be
ready When called for. We will have one
Independent Ticket. The Regulars
a4 Reformers of Mllwaukie, having an
nounce their ticket for tho city election
In Dcfcmber, now tho Independents, not
t bel outdone, come forward with the
followjig ticket, subject to such changes
as my be considered necessary: For
juayon councilman ucorge Hlvoly or
Captah Kerr; Recorder, William Sell
wood: Marshal. Roy Johnson; Treasurer,
John 1 'etzell; Councllmen, Charles Lakln.
J. "W Gregg, Oscar Wlssinger and
The Fall terra of the Hill Military
Acaaei y will open at 9 o'clock Monday
morntifc, September 25. The outlook for
te m:1oo1 year is very favorable. The
famltv is unusually strong, several new
teachph having been added ,lo the corps
ot inslruciois. Students new and old
from iM parts of the .Northwest and
AJaskl have boen registering for a num
ber oSdays. JX Is expected that the en
rottramt ton opening, day wlfl .exceed that
f any previous year. ' ' .
TROLLEr Titirs Todat on 6. W. P. to
Orfgah City. Cariemah Pkfk and Gresh
; 35c; BorlrTg. Eagle Creek' jfridEsta
cr4a. 50e round trip; dinner at Hotel
Kftaonda, 75c. Cars leave First and Al
der slreots .for Orogpn City on the odd
IfOer and every W minutes; for Estacada,
TdiL 9:30, 11:30, 1:30. 3:40, 5:44, 7:15.
Misa A. EL Jorgensen's millinery par
lass. 400 Washington street, will be closed
September 30 (Portldnd day). Miss Jor
grwen is of the opinion that all store
keepers should be possessed of enough
Wc pride to clo?e on that day .and at
Vrtti the Fair themselves and grant their
eaitteycs the same privilege.
Gdanob "ill Buiu Hali Clackamas
Grange will, "Saturday. September 30. as
semble and clear oft the building site re
cently secured. This Grange has levied
as assessment ot fl inch on the member
ship with which to supplement the build,
kigfund on hand. Shortly work will be
started .on a hall.
.Free! Free! Free! Until October 15.
Bx'ory lady visiting our booth. Agricul
tural building. Lewis and Clark' Exposi
tion, and loaving an order on her grocer
for a three-pound tin of our famous M. J.
B. Ceffee. will be presented with a hand
imc cefCee mill. M. . J. BrandenstMn
ExcoRfiiON. Monday. Sept. 25, 8:30 A.
visiting Seattle. Tacoma, Evcrettf Bel
Hngham. Vancoux'er. B. C. Five days on
Paget Sound. $23.76 pays all expenses.
Transportation, berth and meals Included.
Ome 249 Washington SU Phone "Main 229.
Office open Sunday until. 5 P. M.
(Dbntax. College Opeics. The annual
FOFelon of the North Paciilc Dental Col
Wsc begins October 2. The last day for
entrance Is October 12. . For Information
ad4ros. the dean. Dr. Herbert C. Miller,
corner Fifteenth and Couch streets.
Orbgo"n Crrr" Boats. Take advantage
of The Sunday trips by river; Its only -25c
round trip, and the prettiest short rivor
ride in Oregon. , Leave Taylor street 11:30
A. M.. S:30 P. M.; Returns from Orego"h
City 1:30 and 5:30 P. M.
After reconsideration. I will close my
store all day September 30. Portland rfav
s I want no division in the unanimous
suocess of that day for the Lewis and
Clark Fair. D. C. Bt'rns.
a0O-MxLB Trollet Trip for Jl.oo. with
twe-hour stop at Estacada; lunch at ho
tel. 50c Train leaves O. W. P. waiting
room. First and Alder streets, dally, ex
cept Sunday, at 9:40 A. M., return 4 P. M."
Change in Ownership. The Spring
water Mil Company has been reorgan
Ufd. L. W. Van Dyke has bought the In
terest of W. H. Kendall, and John Kig
glns has" secured J. A. Llvengood's share.
Milwaukie School. Opens Monday.
Owing to the death of Frank Casto,
brother of Miss Casto. teacher in the Mil
waukie School, the opening was deferred
uaM Monday morning.
Mr. W. C. Caru, the distinguished or
ganist, of New York, will give a short
recital this evening at the First Prenhv.
terian Church, beginning at 7:30 o'clock.
t. keach & co., the Pioneer Paint
agents for Borry Bros.' varnishes.
Harrison's colors; window glass 'fend
glazing. 1S6 First street.
'.Notice. The funeral services of tho late
CapttUn T. J. La Flesh will be held at
2:30 today. Instead of at 10:30. as previous
ly announced. -
STAMpiNa. fine needlework. Miss Bertha
Martens has recovered from . recent ill
ness and can be found at 312 Alisky bldg.
ScHoot, Books, new and second-hand
large stock, low prices, at the Old Book
Store. Yamhill street, below Second.
New and second-hand school books
school supplies at lowest rates. 225 Mor
rison St.. between 1st and 2d sts.
Gasoline and coal oils from the Acme
Oil Co. are the best. Phone East 789.
Miss Helen Barstow has resumed vo
cal Instruction; studio 707 E. Burnedde.
Fare 10c to stock showarcrriirs boat
house, north side Morrison bridge.
For Sal.e. Building lots. East- Side.
W, iCampbell, 775 East PcmtM. ,
Has a Pioneer Horse. Postmaster F.
K. Ballard, of Mllwaukie, owns a horm
whose age is so great that it. cannot be
Tletermlned. as it Is supposed to run up
nearly to the 50s In early days Mr. Bal
lard turned his eyes to the Great?" "West.
He built a wagon with his dwn1 hands"
that was tjj carry him and his belongings
across the -plains. One horse and the
wagon survive that lopg.trip. The- horse
is now In his old age, and Mr.- Ballard
gives him every comfort that money can
purchase, and he has not been worked for
years. ' "He has served his lime." said
Postmaster Ballard, "and now, as long
as I live, he can take it -easy. He' must
be 50 years old. I could not think of turn
ing him out to starve any more than I
could my own child.' I think a heap of
that old horse "The wagon" Is failing to
pieces with old age.
Relationship ' Is Established. iM.
Prager, of Daddy, Idaho, Is in the clty,
and expresses the opinion that -Patrick
Moran, who was burned, to .death a few
weeks, ago In his cabin, near Daddy, Is a.
brother of Thomas Morart, 'ot Portland.
Mr. Prager was acquainted with Patrick
Moran and when introduced to Thomas
Moran saw the resemblance at once. How
ever, Patrick Moran's history Is being
traced up to the . time he took out his
naturalization, papers, and when this
chain of evldepce is completed steps will
be tajcen to secure what property Patrick
Moran left, his holdings' In Helena. Mont,
being Estimated at 5100.W0, but are In dls.
pute In the courts. The Indications -are
that Thomas Moran. of Portland, will fall
heir, to this lawsuit, . unless It is sottled
Clairvota!nt Arrested. Grant Ches
terfield, a clairvoyant who is said to be a
room-worker, was arrested last night by
Detectives Snow and Kerrigan on' suspi
cion (of taking 530 from the room of G. W.
Hirons in a rooming-bouse at Eleventh
and Morrison streets yesterday afternoon.
Hlrqns left the money under his pillow,
but forgot it on leaving his room.. When
he returned the money was missing.
Chesterfield, who has been working "ttbout
the houjse, was arrested on suspicion of
having taken the money. Nothing was
found on his person to identify -him with
the theft He was booked at police head
quarters charged with .being drunk,
Secretart W. J. Sharp'8 Pilgrimage.
Field Secretary W. J. Sharp, of the
Christian Endeavor Society, of Oregon
and Washington. Is now in Tillamook
County, and speaks In Tillamook City at
a -rally for young people, today. Monday
he leaves far.Soutbern Oregon. October
9 Mr. Sharp will address the Washington
Presbyterian Synod. He will address a
mass meeting October 12 at La Grande,
where the Oregon Presbybterlan Synod
meets on that date. October 18 he will
address the Congregational Association,
which convenes at Forest Grove.
Free! Free! Free! DntH October ilB.
Every lady visiting our booth. Agricul
tural building, Lewis and Clark Exposi
tion, and leaving an order on her grocer
for one pound of our famous Tree Tea,
will be presented with a handsome china
cup and saucer. M. J. Brandensteln & Go.
Holmes Business College. The Fall
torm opens In the Y. M. C. A. building.
Fourth and Yamhill streets. Monday.
September 23. Students have all the priv
ileges of the Gymnasium, baths, reading-
McEwEjs- & K08KBT. wholesale dealers
in all kinds 'of fruits and produce and
general commission merchants. Country
orders filled promptly with nrst-class
goods nt market prices. .Consignments
Grand Milttart Ball will be given by
Portland Company No. 2. IT. B, K. of P.,
at Woodman HalL East Sixth and East
Alder streets. Saturday evening, Efcptcm
ber 30. Tickets, gents 10 cents; ladles 2
Professor Ringler and Miss Bucken
roeyer announce tho opening .of their
saucing classes, xuesaay and Saturday
evenings. Ringlers Hall. Opening hop
-Luesaay, Sepu 26. Everest's orchestra. '
Da. Swain will ho in his office. 3fr!De
knm bldg., Oct. 1. Novel electric- appll
ances and handsome office fittings accom.
pany the new location. .'
Launches for German warship At Mcr-
riij-s ooatnousc. north side Morrison st.
Catherine E. Johnson, manlcurinc par
lor. J29 7th sL -Phone Main $432.
The- Oalpket. Restaurant. 149 Seventh.
Fine luncheon. ri5c; dlnnen 60c. "
Schqol Books bought and sold. Jones'
Book Store. 291. Alder street.
C. C. .Newcastle, dentist. 412 Mohawk bk.
ALLEN SCHOOL TO OPEN
Jfisitortlis Week Will Be Your Chance
We Are Going" to Offer Some Bargains
Another Watch. Sale Cfwlng to the big success of last"
weTek'j watch, sale, we will continue It one week longer,
hls will certainly be your chance to get a good watch?
v ntSf bargain.
DIAMOND SATjE We havejfust received for Inspection
$10,003 worth of diamonds from our New York house,
from -whom we buy In large quantities, and as we can
hold them here for one week, -we will offer them-tit a very :
small profit above cost, as.-yve have nothing Invested: In,;
them arid will return what we do .not decide to keep.
This in a. rare chascc to hu a ftae steae fer little men'tyi
. Silver Sale All our. solid .silverware wrlll be reduced
during this week's siue..AIjie ear llrerlatei -rrare, ln
r eluding all of our own malce of knives, forks, xpeea, tte.
,-... , ,
. ,-.::-n "Gut in Souvenir Goods .
Air Fair Swrealra must'go regardless of price, as there
is puly-ia short time left.
-Soavealjc Sjioom reduced fro.ni 25c to J1.00 on each.
FOR.,50 CENTS, Sowrralr Mug- lacladlBj?. solid silver
thimble, omly 30 CENjTS.
f A .17 T7 T3 TT r C JEWELERS
290 MORRISON STREET
The Heard Suction Eyeglass
' A boon to a loaff-Buflferinf,- -rision-afflfc&a
This pew eyeglass will fit any. nose,
is comfortable, convenient, simple,
durable and the most economical. Wq
guarantee to replace any one of. them Y
within tw0 years with an entirely new
mounting, in case of breakage.
Exclusively coatroUei hy
2S4 -yVashlajrtea Street,
BetTreea Fsurth sag Fifth.
Are the only bifocals with invisible line o de
marcation, between distance and reading lenses,
in existence. All other "invisibles" advertised
y!33 SIXTH STREET OREGONIAN BUILDING
Haiidspmc Colonial Building .at. East
TM-clftli and Salmon Is-RcadJ:
The Allen Preparatory School, "'for
boys and girls, will commence Its firth
term, September 25th, under -the most
favorable conditions. A modern -and
handsome colonial building, surround
ed by large grounds, affording anrnle
opportunity for outdoor exercise, . has
been erected and .Is now ready for oc
cupancy at East Twelfth and Salmon
streets, one of the most desirable loca
tions In toe cltyj
It Is principally a preparatory sohool
Tor college, at the same time the course
win be round beneficial In the highest
sense in helping to lay a solid foun
dation for a. successful business. career.
. iiiou.unun is. given in urawlng,
mathematics. English and history,
Greek and Latin, German and science.
All of these' departments are in th
hands of able Instructors under the Ji-
reot supervision of Margaret V. I Allen
The thoroughness with which the dif
ferent studies nre Imparted to the stu
dents. In a measure, will explain fie
rapid growth of this useful Institution.
SEWED SOLES, 75 CENTS. .
Goodyear machine. Better than band.
work. Best material used. . Schwind &
Bauer. 2C9 Yamhill, between" Third and
DR. VT. A.
We io crown and brl firework without pain.
Oor 23 yrara xper!ebo la plit work
enables hi to fit your month comfortably.
Dr. W. A. TVIm bu Toond a. af war to
extract- teeth absolutely without pain. Dr.
T. F. WIm la an expert at cold CUlcx
and. crown and brt&sewortc Extracting Itm
when pU.l or brldcea ara ordered.
WISE BROS., Dentists
rail In r Belldlnx. cor. Third and Waah. Sta.
Open arenlnsa till 0 o'clock. Sundaya troa
0 to 12. Or Mela S0S3.
DX. T. P. WIST.
WHERE JO DINE
. All tho delicacies of the season at
.the Portland Restaurant, 'fine! . private
apartments forpar'tlcs. Open all night.
S05 Washington, near Fifth.
The 2Se merchants lunch served at
Prima; Cafe. on-FIt th 'between -Washington
and AIder .11 A. ZL to 2. tP.' JL:-tmn-not
be excelled. -Try -It and be oon,vlnceJ;
Admlnltratipn Restaurant. Fair
grounds, sefves 50c dinner continuous
ly from 11 A. M! till 8 P. M. AlsCT quick
Sunday Special. 50c with wine.
Omaha Restaurant, 68 Sixth street.
For Tuc Special eight-course French din
ner with wine. Manhattan Buffet, C3
' " THE EMPIRE.
Finest chicken1 dinner. 192 3d St.
Genuine French dinner, -with wine, 50c.
at '93 Fifth street, near Stark.
Is without doubt the finest roadhouse
In the West. Old-fashioned Maryland
chicken, with corn fritters and cream
gravy is tne of the many good things to
be had: . Running dally ari automobile
carrying twelve passengers will leavfc the
OreKPa.- Hotel, stopping at the Portland,
Imperial and Perkins hotels, at 2, i, 6, S
and 10 'P. M.. making a beautiful ride of
14 miles '(found trip) -for $L Launches
may -be ; had at Merrll's boathouse. -font
ot Morrison street, which land at Clare-
UlUUl UUCB .
WHO SELLS .
,1 gold 'mdre Hflno than any other
.house in Portlanovin. proportion to
help employed an$ expenses .entailed.
This fact, in connection with another
fact that I am the only Piano dea)er
in Portland (withthe exception of
one on Third street) who buys for
spot cash, explains the reason why
you can do better in buying your
Piano from me than from any other
74 SIXTH STREET, NEAR OAK
The finest product of the RrnnniimnTi N
the native North Carolina crani a a1
lldous. refreshing white wine. Moderate
ly sweet a, iaaies' wine. W. J. Van
Schuyver & Co., Inc., distributors.
The Income ef Oxford iinivantiv i. .!..
ly rinfler $.'.-.0.000 a year.
WHEN YOU BUY A
A. B. OHASE ESTEY
EMERSON OR- STAER
You pet soraethintr for your money.
We do not believe in filling up..the
country with cheap and 'unreliable
Pianos and would rather lose a few
sales than be guilty of putting an in-
-il-i,mnnf tn. UnM - 1, i ;ii t 111' l.
ovi.ttwi.iiv iiau a iiuuic iijuu will Kill ail
lifcentive for good music.
Steinway and Other Pianos.
233 WASHINGTON ST..
PORTLAND'S GREATEST DAY
Our store will be closed from Friday night;
September 29, until the following, Monday
morning. If you want to do business with us,
do it before next Saturday. If you want to
see us on Saturday, meet us on the -Trail. We
will be at the Fair from morning until the
' lights go" out .
FAMOUS , CLOTHING CO.
.c- . "
:C0RNEK .M0iRIS9K AND.
: VjJhvGreatestXlothing House in the Northwest
aim i m mi i i pi ipi pi pi
- will be closed Saturday next, Sept. 30
. ' " All our employes and their families will be presented with souvenir
tickets. Join us in a good time and make the day a great success s
Pag-ons, old and new, are requested to do their
. buying during the week before Saturday
Are you aware of the marked
changes in the suit and over
coat styles this season?
The radical changes that have
met with approval are prev
alent in ourx distinguished
showing. As always here
tofore, QUALITY is our
Cravenettes $ 1 0 to $3 5
CURIOS, Antiquities, Bought an Sold.
Ind'un Stone Ktuvcs Relics, Carnncahd Idobin
Ivory. Stone. Efrorije. tin War' GJniH. Speam Bo-
RDIAN STONE AM0W AST) SPEAK POINTS
Mailt. Rillc'U. Bolo.. Jhn slmlli ,11
HCAOS ad HORNS f Animals, War Medal."
atir? llody Oraaiaents and -Vrcrs, Andent flint
Gacsaad Phtoli. Coins. Shield. Antimie SiWrr J
Annor, Shell. Send for Photo. Wholeuia Dealer
chwab PritUi?ig Co,
BEST WOXK. - XZASOKjttLZ PRICES
2 STARK STREET
- HOMXOrATHIC KEMXDIES ' Coapleto
stock. ZBMlents price. Mall orders soUcitetl.
CmUIorno ire. 1TOODA&D, CLAItlCE
CO, Fortlud. Or.
S3 - M ,
BY THE HUNDRED
-are held by our graduates all over the Pacific Northwest. Calls for
office help pour in daily; from 3 to 6 being the average. Quality
counts f reputation means something. It pays to attend our school.
It Will Cost Nothing
to examine into the advantages ive offer. You can make compari
sons; vt can hardly do so. Visit our school, if possible. If not, send
someone in your place. Seeing is. believing. "We know, we have the
best, hence our urgent invitation to call. Investigate critically
our school will bear it. Open -all the year. Catalogue, pen
work, business forms, etc., free. Call, telephone or write.
PORTLAND BUSINESS COLLEGE
Park and Washington Streets ,
- A. P. Armstrong, LL.B., Principal
A School for
Thirty Teacher Forty Different' Subjects.
Fll Term Bexlns Xondny, Sept. 23, 1005.
JUnerie&n Gorernment....... 2.00
Architectural Drawla? 5.00
Bookkeeplnc -(Expert ccountlqg) 8.00
Carpentry -'- ' 5.00
Ghemlatry . -i - 7.30
Civil serrlce glasses tper moniaj. ... o.uo
EhKlIsh Grammar. . ...
Freehand. Drawlnc. . . .
German ... - a.;. ...........
Machtns JJesign -.
Manuar Training--.,. 5.00
Mechanical DraVelns -'. -: - '5.00
Mechanics ...-..; 3.00
Mineralogy . 8.00
MtnlnKMethods ana Macninery 3.00
DAY AND NIGHT
Our night school is in session on Monday, Tuesday,
Wednesday and Friday evenings from 7 to
9:30. Open the entire year. Night pu
pils receive as careful attention
as day; same teach
ers in charge
BEMKE-WALKER BUSINESS COLLEGE
PHONE MAIN 590
: JVC .
Public Speaklns ......
Heading- ana 5PUine. ......
Vocal Mu3lc....Ji!-.. i. .
Wood Carrlns - 5;00
Workingloys, Night School
'turfents- nhowlnjr proflclencr are assisted
In finding--positions. -
Educational membership S 3.00 per year
Full-membership. 12.00 per year
Call at Association Building, cor. 4th and
Tamhlll sts;. tor particulars.
' THE jSUSSES
Lesson -InpKllslv French, -jlano. vocal
muic (German melhod)..'h!slbry. literature,
history -of arC ' .'
. Jto. 12S K. 24 .S4rt. . t ,
The classes of the Holmes Business
College are being held in the Y. M. C
A. building pending construction of
By special arrangement we extend
to our students all the privileges of
gymnasium, natatorium, handball court
bath, reading-room, etc, that go with,
membership inthe Y. M. C A.
.These special privileges are FREE
so extra tuition charge whatever.
Watch for announcement concern
ing: our new location. Finest quar
ters In the city, being- specially
built and equipped for our use.
Write for Information about com
mercial course, or call.
I 'I BUSINESS COLLEGE
27-31. Y. X. C. A. Bldg., Portland. Or.
Cannon Hill, Spokane, Wash.
Incorporated boarding and day school for
boys above age of eight. Xetv buildings on
elevation near city. Dry and invigorating
atmosphere especially beneficial to those
from Coast region. Teachers college gradu
ates. Careful supervision and preparation
for college or business. Address
EDGAR F. STRONG. PRINCIPAL.
St. Mary's Academy
THE DALLES, OREGON
Boar din? school for girls. Forty-second
year opens September o. 1S0S. Remarkable
record, for. health and successful educa
tional trpr.k. . Finely: equipped building, extensive-lawns.
Full courses In. English,
EJ.ua I c, art and .languages,
We are tho discovers and oriffinat
era of the only reliable and scientific
system of Painless Dentistry. We ex
tract, crown, fill and clean or treat
teeth absolutely without pain and guar
antee all work for 15 years. Our "work
Is the best, our prices the lowest con
sistent with first-class work. EXAM
INATION FREE. Our plates are unde
tectable from the natural teeth and
are guaranteed to -fit.
FILLINGS C0c, 75 aa 1.3
GOLD CROWNS 9G.M
FULL SET NATURAL TEETH. . .WT.06
Ojpest fer bssJms smtU 9 'etedc
Boston Painless Dentists
Mia Merrisea St., Ojj. Meier A. Fraasc
- HOURS 8:30 A. 1L to J P. SC gum