untitled, Daily Racing Form, 1902-10-22


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I Fortune is Yours! If you will send me your name and address I will wire you I some sure winners at Worth and eastern tracks. All I ask is for you to place a .C0 bet for me and remit me the winnings. I am better situated thau any betting commissioner in America for inside information I will only accept a limited number of patrons, as I dont want the odds cut on the "good things" I know by letting 5 too many into my confidence. Write me at P once and I will mail you a private code. B C. MAYER, I P.O. BOX365,CHICAGO i Reynolds and Co. 119 DEARBORN ST. BANTER, 3-1, won; GOSSTELLAtOB, 3-2, wor HARNEY, 7-2, won; LIMES IBHT, 3-1, fin. 2nd.; both as one bet. The above were our best bets yesterday. TODAY AT WORTH two royal good things will be cut looso. The odds will be from 4 to 10 to 1. We advise all oar clients to call at our office and bo declared ia on these two sure winners. Delivered to any city address before 12 oclock. Wired at 10 a.m. For sale at news stands southeast and northwest corners Clark and Madison Sts. LARGE DOINGS TODAY Price .00. Ex-Jockey Vic Britton, Suite 539-40, 225 Dearborn St., Chicago. RaceTrack Information Bureau SUITE 500, 2G3-269 DEARBORN ST. PHONE HARRISON 3G89. TERSIS : ijil.00 DAILY. .00 WEEKLY. Wednesday at forth First Race 5 to 12 to 1. This one has worked fast enough to win this race by a block. Only an accident will prevent this good thing from winning. FOURTH RACE 3 TO 1 PLUNGE FOR THE LIMIT BET. FIFTH RACE 4, 5 OR 6 TO 1 PLUNGE FOR THE LIMIT BET. 0 invested on tie Above Three Should Make 00 or More, FORM LUTTEIt HANDICAP. PK1J.TKD, ON ALL RACES ON SALE AT 0 A.M. Our three-horse wire has proven an enormous success. It has made a great hit, because 1st. It gives only three good things daily. 2-d. You are not trying to beat the card you play your horses, pocket your winnings and qit for the day. 3rd. It requires less capital and there is no chance of getting a string of losers. 4th. Cashing on two and sometimos three races a day is an easy matter on this plan. Think this over. It will appeal to your good judgment. Also sold at news stands northwest and southeast corners Clark and Madison Ste. ; cigar stand, 185 Dearborn St. ; cigar store, 267 Dearborn St., and Sherman House. TRIPLE S0LE ATTRACTION AT THE MORRIS PARK. RACE COURSE IN THE SADDLING PADDOCK EACH DAY AT 13:30. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 24, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 25, Rsc2 Horses and Yearlings. Race Horses in Training. the property of the property of MESSRS. S. SANFORD and SONS, MR. JAMES B. HAGGIN, HON. W. C-wHg pAGfiX, HoN. PERRY BELMONT, AND OTHER OWNERS. ONKCK STABLB Including the good winners Douro, Tribes Hill, Including Remorse. Royal, Miss Dorothy, Nu-etc. nieral, Musidora, Whiap, etc., etc. Also on Saturday, Oct. 25, Following the Race Horses, Ten Specially Selected Broodmares from Col. J. E. Peppers Meadowthorpe Stud: COMPRISING Stylitene Nattot Ondina, La Joya Dam of Kings Courier. Dam of King Barleycorn. Dam of Roxane. Dam of.Joymaker, Nocturn Miss Dixie Debut Nettie Stanley Dam of Kentucky Colonel. Dam of Dixioline. Dam of Pacemaker. Dam of Timemaker. and GOLDEN FLEECE, dain of the stake winner Prince Pepper. The rnosi fa.hionablv bred lot tor ihe number ever offered at public auction in America. WM. EASTON CAQIP TIPT0W Pfl MADISON SQ. GARDEN AUCTIONEER. rHdlU"llrfUll J UlJ NEW YORK, N. Y.

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