untitled, Daily Racing Form, 1906-03-04


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PLAY THE NOXALL SYSTEM Its equal has never been known on the turf. Its .fame is now world wide. Orders for this system have come from ENGLAND, FRANCE, and even from AUSTRALIA, places where it has never been advertised. This is the FIFTH YEAR of its publication. REQUIRES NO TIPS, SELECTIONS OR HANDICAPPING Tlie Noxall Svstem is the only copyrighted system, and the ONLY system sold under a positive GUARANTEE. Many svstems bave been "EXFLOITED" and "EXPLODED," but the NOXALL SYSTEM has the "STRENGTH OF GIBRALTAR," and will be a mouumeiit for the GENIUS who conceived this wonderful racing system. It has nothing in common with the many systems that have been advertised, and is entirely different from anything in existence. It is devised on a new theory, which accounts for its wonderful success. It does not require tips, selections or handicap figures. The plays are NOT based on odds, jockeys, second choices, etc. It tan be operated at any TRACK. POOLROOM or HANDBOOK. Bury it in the ground, take it out a year from now, and it will go on PICKING the WINNERS just the same. SEND FDR FREE BOOKLET GIVING PARTICULARS which will he mailed free on request. The secret of the Noxall System is that it is not a gambling method of play, but earns large profits on a moderate capital. The system will not average over NINE PLAYS a week at any one track. This is THE system you want to be a WINNER playing the races. Address NOXALL PUBLISHING CD. - - - - Box D, GRAVESEND, N. Y. TURF REPORTERS DAILY FORM LETTER fk FIGURES COMBINED WITH INFORMATION VPv S1 DAILY. S4.0O WEEKLY. ejr S Room 512 59 Dearborn s,reef CHICAGO, ILLINOIS. f Plione Central 5S35. SATURDAY OUR LETTER GAVE LADY HENRIETTA Extra Special 4-1 WON PRESERVATOR 1-1 Second ANNA SMITH .. 9-1 Second BANTAM 1-1 WON YACHTING GIRL .4-1 WON SAFEGUARD 3-1 WON . GLEN GALLANT 11-5 Second LILY GOLDING Special 8-5 WON GRAVINA Special .5-2 W.ON MASSA ....17-10 WON WILLIAMS ENTRY- .1-4 - WON i

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