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I ; MONERE 6-1, WON was the good thing we had on our OCCASIONAL WIRE yesterday. BOYS. YOU CANNOT AFFORD TO MISS OUR 0CCASI0NALS ANY LONGER. They will average !« • ar three bets a week and are the best that .an he obtained at any price. The tWO ue s.nt out last, week Were RATHER ROYAL, 21, Won, Saturdy HAZEL PATCH, 41, 2nd, Thursday Although we are selling thee* wires singly at 81.00, are would advise yea la get in an g anV s. ription .00 for six wires, as we are expecting ■eyeral good ones this week and next that we may not get in time to advertise. We expect to have another one Thursday and subscribers mav bear from us today. REMEMBER. WE GUARANTEE ALL OUR 0CCASI0NALS TO RUN 1-2 OR FURNISH NEXT WIRE FREE. WEDNESDAYS FORM SPECIAL: Aueust-Bana-na-91-25-87-88-33. THE STANDARD TURE GLIDE, C. A. Whitman. Mgr.. 15 years experience training good horses. Room 212 2d floor 59 Dearborn Street, Chicago, PRICE 25 cents PER COPY. .00 PER MONTH. Queen Marguerite, 3-1, WON NOTASULGA, Scratched, were the two horses we sent out Tuesday. June 10— JACOBITE Scratched June 10— FLOWER QUEEN Lost Out of the sixteen horses sent out by us this month there have Wen only two losers. One or two horses wired daily. Selectiona mailed free of charge to verify our ads. Ttrmi for Wlrca: 85.00 Weekly, including betting system that makes extraordinary profits with a small capital. REYNOLDS 6 CO., Sheepshead Bay, N. Y. iuif KFonors special Room 312, 3rd Floor, 50 Dearborn St., Chicago. WEDNESDAYS SPECIAL: 11-37-35-17-64-44-9-29-70. ENTRY LIST— 2-4-305-314-317-323-328-331. CLOUDLIGHT . . 3-1 Won was yesterdays special. ~CH U RCH I LL~i CO., OVER 50 PER CENT. WINNERS FOR 22 DAYS. Only One Horse a Day. WRITE FOR FREE TRIAL WIRE. 307 Benolat Blflg. St. I.onla, Mo. National Racing Review No. 380 Hoom 87 71 Vearbora Street OUIOAfMI. ILL. Yesterdays Special. CAMILLE. 9-5. 2d. .00 Per Month. -:- -:• 25 Centa Per Copy. Phone Central 3581. "THE NEW THOUGHT." EVERY MAN HIS OWN HANDICAPPER. HANDS CLASSIFICATIONS of AMERICAN HORSES and JOCKEYS, or INSTANTANEOUS HANDICAPPER for 1907 8. By Nin S. Hand. Author of the original -American" and "Hands Systems of 1 laiidicn]i|,in :md Turf Speculators Cuide." This work is the result of over twelve fun1 experience, observation and careful study of the raeinsr and handicapping business and contains the correct classilicat imi of about 7,000 horses. 0* practically all those in training in America, showing their relative class and handicap values on both last and slow ttacka in pounds, together with their individual peculiarities of disposition, favorite distances and track i-DUililons. sulkers, bleeders. ipu:lci . bad -actois. wciubt carrier-., cripples, etc.. etc.. as well as a complete classification of .Vl.l. jockeys ami stable boyv n,,w tiding in this country, etc. The classifications are accurate ind carefully compiled, licim; baaed oat adeatlee mathematical principles and conditions as they exist TODAY, making it AN ABSOLUTELY RELIABLE and THOROUGHLY H1 ;H-CLASS PRODUCTION, anil yet so simple thai anyone of ordinary intelligence can readily understand it, and practically become an expert handicapper at once, without previous instruction or experience in the business, as all that is necessary, in addition to lids book, is a copy of the entries and weights. distance and track condition, the rest ot the work being virtually done for you before you begin. If you are Interested In racing at ALL. either as a breeder, buyer, owner, trainer, handicapper. liook-msker or speculator, you cannot a ford to be without a copy of this book, as it is POSITIVELY THE ONLY RELIABLE WORK OF THE KIND RVKH IM8ITKD, and WORTH THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS TO ANYONE ENGAGED IN Till: RACING III SINDSS. Printed on best bond paper, indexed and bonjgl In lletlblc full seal grained leather. 200 pages. PRICE, 0.00. Published by N. S. HAND COMPANY Incorporated 280 Broadway, New York. N.B.— Only a very limited number of these hooks will be published, hence, IT IS IMPORTANT THAT YOU SKNO IN VOUB ORDKR IMMEDIATELY.