untitled, Daily Racing Form, 1903-01-25


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Tno Yean r1 Capital, 0,000 Reference, State Natl Bank, New Orleans, La. No. 928 Canal St., New Orleans, La. No. 280 Broadway, New York. SDutCfiPMlO-lWOIl Again we Made 3 Sensational Coup: at New Orleans. A 0 Flat Bet on our Three Selected Daily Plays Won 70 Past Two Days for Every One of onr Followers. OUR THREE HORSE PLAY SATURDAY WAS Scotch Plaid, IO to I, Won St. Roche, 8 to I, Lost Jessie Jarboe, IO to I, Lost Net profit on 0 bet on each of above three horses after deducting all losses 60. OUR THREE HORSE PLAY FRIDAY WAS If You Dare, A3 to 2, Won Mauser, 5 to I, Second Flaneur, Withdrawn Net profit of 0 bet on each of above three horses afier deducting all losses Si 10. Our three horse wire is getting the money in chunks. Again we scored and scored heavily. In two days we nave earned a dividend of 70 for every 0 bettor. If you want to participate in a series of the most sensational coups that have ever electrified the turf world, you must joia our army of winners at once. This is our season of hirvesr. We put over Philma Paxton at 60 to 1 at New Orleans about this time last yew and we are at liberty to announco we have no less than four of the Philma Paxton variety in brew now. Our dockers have limed every horse in draining at New Orleans and have a most accurate line oa every horse on the ground. Besides we have never had such a number of secret sources of information at our command .as now and the outlook was never better for a brilliantly successful campaign. We Handle Your Commissions. To obviate leaks over the wire, and to prevent anyone from thwarting our claimed daily coups, we are ourselves placing, through the foremost bookmaker of the countrv Mr Sol Lachtehsteinj all of the money our clients wager on our selections Nothing is communicated over the wires by us before the races to our subscribers As a-symbol of good faith, however, the days selections are placed in a sealed envelope addressed to each subscriber, and put in the mail at the New Orleans general postofflce at 1 v mt daily. We guarantee that no horse will be played for any client, except the name of that horse has been mailed to him in an envelope bearing the New Orleans post-mark not later than 2 p. m. of the day the races are run. After the races are run New Orleans clients can learn at our New Orleans office the names of the horses Mr. Lichtenstein has beer instructed to play. New York clients can learn at our New York office, and out of town clients will receive the news by telegraph, if they so order all telegrams at cost of subscriber In addition, we undertake to place in the hands of the editor of the New Orleans Item before the races the selections the money will be played on, and also to advertise next morning the names of the horses in the New York Daily America, which is a recognized racing author ity of the country. For the security of persons to whom our fame and financial standing are unknown and who wish to follow us at New Orleans, the Maxim and Gay Company refers to the State National Bank of New Orleans and turfmen generally. TERMS AND CONDITIONS. The fee for our three-horse wire is 0 weekly. Mr. Sol Lichtensteins charges for placing your money at the track are 5 per cent of the net weekly winnings. Statements are mailed you weekly, with checks for any profits. Accounts accepted subject to withdrawal by you on telegraphic notice to that effect Official closing odds, as published In the New York Daily America, a recognized racing authority of the east, are guaranteed. The following are the minimum sums that are accepted for betting: For a daily play on each horse $ 30. For a 0 daily play on each horse $ CO. For a 0 daily play on each horse 20. For a 0 daily play on each horse 80. For a 0 daily play on each horse 00. For a 00 daily play on each horse 00. For larger sums, in proportion. One weeks information fee of 0 must accomoanv all betting accounts. . Remit direct to the Maxim and Gay Company, 928 Canal street, New Orleans. All aowmnf. received by the Maxim and Gay Company will be played at the track by Mr. Sol Lichtonatoh. or some other agent of the Maxim and Gay Company, and the Maxim and Gav Comnanv m make all accountings direct to its clients. The Maxim and Gay Company y assumes umes ail oil rLT slbllity for a proper execution of its clients orders. respon- - Our friends are cautioned against sending money through the mails without reo-iof No checks accepted unless certified. esisienngv

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