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Trvaructiom and Lessons given in Piano, Organ,
Vii.-lin, Mandolin, Guitar, Voice and Harmony.
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J. W. TOLIN, Manager.
The only up-to-date picture enlarging house in Nashville
where customers receive cordial treatment. First-class
pictures of all sizes. Lowest prices.
CASH OR TIME PAYMENTS.
Telephone, Main 37I4-Y. 118 Fourth Ave., North.
SUIN LIGHT RESTAURANT.
John H. Blair, Prop.
Regular Mi als 25 cents. WE DO OUR OWN
Lunclies 5, 10 and 15 cents. IUKIMl.
SODA WATER,
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ISN'T IT WARM?
Yes, Everywhere but in th i
People's Ice Cream Parlor,
i!35 Jefferson ctroot.
V have just added a
chewing iims (o our excellent line of cold drinks,
Ice Creams, Sherbets and Phosphates. Your patron
age solicited.
V. II. BROWN, Prop, and Mngr.
J. IB. KENNEDY,
LIVERY,
OARD
Pino Rigs of Every Description.
IMIONR,
WO THIRD VENUE, NORTH,
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Set the Pace
$9.85
Buys Fifteen Dollar Men's
SuitsIn sizes 33 to 46,
BLUE SERGE.
Black Thibet, Fancy Cheviots, Fancy Worsted-
only this season's spring showlcg.
SEE OUR FIFTH AVENUE WINDOW.
Hart, Schaffner y Marx
College Brand Clothes
I Men's Shirts An the leading: makes sue from 1314 to 2J
neck. Negligee or pleated bosoms; cuffs attached or detached; plain
Q I or coat make: all $1.50 and $1,25, Best assortment of patterns ever
brought to this city.
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iDI SCHOOL OF MUSIC
N.,
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JOSEPHINE PRICE,
INSTRUCTOR.
$2.00 Per Month.
Portrait Co.
ICE CREAM, ETC.
1ASDVILLE, TEA'S
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nice line of candies and if
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main -4I555.
NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE,
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in Men's Clothes
$1485
Buys Twentyjnd Twenty-Two
Dollar Men's
Suits Sizes 33 to 50.
AH cuts, all makes, all colors blacks, blues,
fancy. Come now while ihe lines are com
plete. No charge for alterations.
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notary; PUBLIC.
Pension Vouchers and other Impor
tant papers fixed with prompt
ness and dispatch.
ALL BUSINESS j CONFIDENTIAL.
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and furniture Insured? Aren't
you tired raying rent?
Office Tlione, 3I;iin ISSft. - Home 'Phone Slain 2S12.
Or FIVE 4Hh2 CEDAR ST.t
Ifamville, Tennessee,
G. II. PHELPS,
STAPLE AND FANCY
GROCERIES,
Beef, Mutton, Pork, Saunage, Salt Meats, and all
Tegetables la Seaoon.
Tel ephone, Main 3104-T. 633 Sixth Are., 8onf!h
USE
luilms Gapilline
TO INCREASE THE GROWTH OF
HAIR AND REMOVE DANDRUFF.
We think this preparation will cive en
tire satisfaction when used to arrest de
cay and falling out of the hair. If
used as directed, it will tend to change
dry, wiry, discolored hair to glossy and
luxuriant tresses, and will keep the scalp
ciean and neaimy. it is germicidal and
antiseptic, and will relieve dandruff in
a short time.
PRICE PER BOniE, 25 4 50 CENTS.
All Telephone Orders Delivered.
DAVID J. KUHN, Druggist.
Cor. Cedar and Twelfth Ave., North.
'PHONES. MAIN 1718 AND 4036.
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ood salaries.
give . constant
employment. Come
to see me to-day at
428 Fifth Ave, J. -m
6-14-07-if
DELEGATES TO K. OF P. GRAND
LODGE.
The delegates to the Grand Lodge
Knights of Tythias are requested to
meet in the reception room of the Py
thian Temple, at 3 o'clock, Sunday
June 16, 1907.
. . J. O. BATTLE,
Vice Chairman.
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SPORTING NEWS.
BY LEON.
EASY SQUEEZE.
Should tbe Nejrro hall players of
to-day continue to Bwat the horsehlde
as they are doing now, they will be
heard of the world, over, as were the
men of the fistic art. Below Is what
some of the real ones are doing.
The Philadelphia Giants, who have
been playing since early season are
down to playing form. They have
accomplished the following: Phila
delphia Giants 3; Frankford, 0. Bat
terries Giants: McClellan and Pet-
way; rrankrord: Mueller ana ware
(it Is to be remembered that Petway
Is a Nashville boy.)
The Leland Giants, of the East, and
the Logan Squares met a few days
ago. Tne Leianci Giants, an an-rsegro
team, defeated the Logan Squares, a
mixed aggregation, with such a fa
vorite personage as Mike Donliq, of
the New York Nationals, in the line
up; but Kuoe Foster struck mm out
just as he did any of the other light
er hitters. The score will tell the
rest: Logans, 3 and Lelands 6. The
Iceland Giants will possibly continue
to win until they meet the Philadel
phia Giants, who are thought to con
stitute the strongest team.
The Philadelphia Giants' record of
last season, whose color Is the only
barrier between them and the big
leagues, played 145 games with the
best teams of the East and West Of
these they won 108, lost 31, and tied
6, a record hard to beat
In the Ring.
The days of Peter Jackson and Joe
Walcott are passed, but we still have
with us such good ones as Jack John
son and Joe Gans.
It is too bad to think that all the
heavyweights have drawn the color
line. That of course knocks out
Johnson.. As to Gans, he must let
white fighters of his class draw up
all the articles, after which there is
hardly a chance for a gorilla, much
less a lightweight Negro man, but at
that, when he accepts he usually puts
his man to sleep. '
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The Jockey.
The wonderful performance of
Jockey Lee last week has never boon
tiiulUeu bti'ui-e, nor -pro&abiy'everrill
be. Think of one jockey winning the
card !
Should you have placed $20 on his
first mount you would have a $180
drawdown. On the second $1260
wen, you say, 1 will go mm once
more, can't lose but $20 anyway. So
th's time place your late fortune on
Wool stone at 11 to 2 and you have
$8,190. Of course you never had any
thing and don't want anything; just
put all on Alencon at 6 to 5 now you
think of quitting with $18,018.' Lmt
his next mount looks better than all
so you say, Let me have that at 11 to
10, this time you pull down $37,836
After being crazy for about 30 mln
utes you will say there Is only one
more go and that Is between a lot of
dogs and a race horse with J. Lee up,
so let her go, yes, all that I have at 7
to 2, then give me all my money,
just $170,242, and I go home, never
to see a race track again.
J Lee not being satisfied with the
above record, brought The Abbott
home In the Latonia derby five
lengths in front, while five others
also ran.
The "Squeeze," a late trick In base
ball, will be fully defined in this col
umn next week.
Mr. Blaine Boyd, manager of
the National Baptists, will take
his team on a tour through Ten
nessee and Kentucky. The Na
tional Baptist team claims to be the
best In the South and Is expected to
play a matched game with the Hop
kinsville, Ky., team.
GIANTS AT HOME.
The Standard Giants Baseball team
has returned home after a stay of
three weeks touring the South. Their
first two games were lost to Mem
phis. The boys left home somewhat
discouraged, having started out with
out Bowman ad Petway, their best
slabmen. Recognizing this handicap,
they played excellent ball In Missis
sippi with the Holly Springs team.
The game was a complete walkover
for the Nashville boys and encour
aged them enough to "clean up" all
they went against thereafter.
J. Lee, better known as "Jimmie"
Lee, the Negro jocky who rode the six
winners at Churchill Downs yester
day, established for himself a record
JLhat far surpasses anything In recent
years, and, taking in consideration
the prices laid against his mounts, it
s one of the most remarkable per
ermances ever achieved on, any race
Lee Is strictly a Southern product.
He was born . in Graccland, La.,
twenty years ago, where his father
and mother are still living. The ad
vantages of the country life save him
the opportunity of riding a great deal
as a mere boy, and his fondness for
horses rew into a desire to become a
jockey;." i Six years ago Loo started
his career at the Crescent City track,
New. Orleans, where for a time ho
was engaged in exercising horses..
His 'marked ability in handling the
thoroughbreds attracted the notice of
the horsemen and he wan given an
occasional mount, and each succes
sive year he has been gaining in pro
ficiency and has earned for himself
the title of "The Black Demon," an
appellation that is appropriate in. view
of his remarkable -performances last
week.
Lee is a quiet, unassuming Negro
boy, and his great success is attrib
uted to his good judgment in rating a
horse, his fearless riding in tight
places and his temperate habits and
strict attention to business; He is
under contract to J. R ("Rome")
Respess, of Covington, but, has been
riding as a free lance, as Respess has
no horses in training at. the Downs,
and from his past, performances it
looks as if Respess has the host rider
in the country to-day. Joseph Do
Wces In Hopkinsville Morning News.
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strictly FIRST CLASS. We carry a full
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PRICE LIST.
a 2 lb. cans of corn. .....
2 2 lb. cans of early June jn as.
2 3 lb cans of bartlet peaa. . ,
2 2 lb. cans of raspberries. .;. .
McCaskey Nut Meg with Grater..;.;!.
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Will furnifth you with a nicf line of
Jewelry, Eye Classes; Watches, Rings
Bracelets and .eckhiees.
An Assortment of Jewelry will be brought
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Easy terms can be secured after first payment,
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LODGE DIRECTORY.
The Sons of Relief.
Meets at Boyd Building on Cedar
street, first and third Wednesdays of
each month.
R. P. CARTER, President.
JAS. It. ANDERSON, Sec'y.
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Dry Goods and Carpal Co,
Third Avenue, between Union Street
and Public Sqi-:.:".
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The Best Assortment of Silks and
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The Handsomest Line ol Cloaks
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