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ABSOLUTELY PAINLESS DENTISTRY Nat. Tel. 334. Established Over 25 Years. Mr. Geo. POOLE SURGEON-DENTIST, Glanyrafon House, 13, Westbourne-Crescent (Fadia), CARDIFF, Late Manager to J. HAYES, 42, St. Martin's-lane, Trafalgar-square, London), EVERY MONDAY ATTENDS Mr. PRICE'S, the Popular Restaurant, (Opposite Post-office), Ystrad Road, Pentre, Fom 10-30 till 7-30, Still attends at Mrs. Jenkins, 41, Tylacelyn Road, Penygralg, every Monday and Wednesday, from 10 to 1 o'olook. When he may be consulted on All Cases relating to the TEETH and Absolute PAINLESS DENTISTRY. Artificial Teeth on the New Base, Durable and Natural from 5/- A Complete Set from £ 5 These Teeth Never Change Colour, and are Fitted to the Mouth without any Unsightly Wires or Fastenings, and are so lifelike as to defy the keenest and most experienced observer. PAINLESS EXTRACTIONS FREE when Artificial Teeth are Required. ORDINARY EXTRACTIONS, Is. NITROUS OXIDE GAS Administered without Previous Appoint- ment, 3s. 6d. SPECIAL-Mr. G. POOLE receives daily letters from grateful patients who ask him to use their names:â & r 27, Kenelworth Road, Cadoxton, Barry 1st April. Dear Sir,-The teeth which you supplied me with are a perfect treat. I can say that since I have had them I have enjoyed my food well, and have better health. Should you refer any person to me, I shall be glad to speak of your ability. Yours faithfully, THOMAS GEAR. 60, Plasturton Avenue, Cardiff, March 18th, 1905. Dear Sir,âI wish to write and thank you for your care and skiiful treatment of my teeth during past years, and especially in the set of teeth you have just made. They are a great success in finish and useful- ness, comfortable and serviceable in masticating thoroughly thereby preventing indigestion; in fact I cannot speak too highly of them. Yours faithfully, H. A. NASH. Mr. Poole, 12, Treharris Street, Roath. Just a line to inform you that I am getting on all right with the teeth you supplied me eight months ago, aud as I have never had to see you since the day you fitted them in, I think that is sufficient proof that they are a perfect fit, and a good advertisement of your work. I never tire of speaking of the patient and humane treatment which I received whilst under your care, and I trust that I shall be the means of advising many of my friends to do the saive as I did. I dont think anyone in Oardifl could have treated me, as to price and fit, better than you did. I wish you every success in your business, and shall call to see you at an early date. I beg to remain yours gratefully, W. F. JUDD. P.S.-You are at liberty to show anyone this letter. 125, Cathays Temce, Cardiff, 7th March, 1905. Dear Sir,âI am glad to say the set of teeth 1 had from you are most comfortable. I can eat anything with them for which I am very thankful, my husband and friends admire them very much and I am so satis- fied that you may use this letter as you please. Yours faithfully MARIA JONES, Mr. Poole. 45, Dawson Street, Dublin. April 5th, 1898. Dear Sir,âI have great pleasure in letting you know how pleased I am with the teeth you have made for me, they have given me the greatest satisfaction, and I have great confidence in recommending any of my friends, requiring the aid of an experienced Dentist, to place themselves in yonr hands, both for the almost painless manner in which you performed the extractions necessary, and the perfect manner in which you fitted and supplied the teeth. Wishing you every success. I remain, yours faithfully, JAMES THOMPSON. 31, Nassau Street, Dublin, April 9th, 1898. Dear Sir-I wish to thank you for the very skilful manner in which you have carried out the work for myself and the members of my family, and to express my entire satisfaction with all you have done. It will give me much pleasure to recommend you to all my friends. Yours faithfully, W. M. SULLIVAN. T. a. n 3, Church Terrace, Tylorstown, Nov. 25tli, 1905. liS -Vwl a,xi and :ve enclose you the other Set. Mrs. Jones is very pleased with the New Set supplied, and we join in thanking you for the kindness and courtesy you have shown in your transaction, and shall not fail to recommend you at any opportunity given. Again thanking you. G. Poole, Esq., Cardiff y°m Mr. & Mm JONES. eationtis waited upon at their own Residences by special appoint. ment. Consultation and all Information Free. 4W REGULATION OF CHILDREN'S TEETH A SPECIALITY 13; Westbourne Cresceht, Cardiff, Opposite Sophia Gardens. 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