untitled, Daily Racing Form, 1907-01-27


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Jowr Lions, 50-1, Won RICKEY 30-1 WON BUD HILL 20-1 VON JAKE MOOSE 12-1 WON GATEWAY 12-1 WON LONE WOLF 10-1 WON GOVERNOR DAVIS 12-1 WON PRIDE OF WOODSTOCK 15-1 WON CROWSHADE 13-1 WON JOE COYNE 8-1 WON BELLE OF THE BAY 11-2 WON HOOLIGAN 4-1 WON AL LINDLEY 5-1 WON PRINCESS WHEELER 3-1 WON DAVID BOLAND 3-1 WON LOGISTILLA 3-1 WON BILLY MYERS 5-2 WON LADY ELLISON 5-2 WON WES 11-5 WON FULLETTA 8-5 WON ANDREW MACK 6-5 WON BONART 8-5 WON ORLY 7-5 WON REFINED 7-5 WON CONSIDERATION 20-1 2nd BONART 7-1 2nd PETER STERLING 6-1 2nd TICHIMINGO 8-1 2nd FRONTENAC 6-1 2nd GOVERNOR DAVIS 10-1 2nd METLAKATLA 4-1 2nd TRAPSETTER 3-2 2nd ALSONO 4-1 2nd AIRSHIP 7-2 2nd BELLE STROME 8-1 2nd BOGUM 3-1 2nd JEREMIAH 11-2 2nd OCEAN SHORE 5-1 2nd RUSTLING SILK 3-1 2nd M.A.POWELL 30-1 3rd CROWSHADE 5-1 2nd Just a few that have run 1-2 since January 5 that was reported in The Turf Reporter yellow cover, as being on edge and ready to win. Boys, do yen want any better information than the above ? Remember, the price is low. .00 Per Month : 25 Gents Per Copy Do you reali7e that you get information for 25 cents a week that costs us hundreds of dollars to obtain, and that you have six experienced men working for you at that price ? NOW STOP AND THINK THIS OVER. Would the same people all over the United States ar.d Canada buy the book each week if it did not deliver the goods Our readers are our best advertisements for these reasons: We deliver the goods and treat them on the square, as you know. Honesty as a business asset especially in this business is everywhere recognized. The way to succeed is tc keep faith with your customers, and secure them as friends. We make money nut cf our friends. Our ene-n ies will not do business with us. All we ask is a trial. We know the rest. With The Turf Reporter yellow coven we give one good let a day under code; in small add in this paper headed Turf Reporters Special, and since January 1 shows 3 starters. 5 won. 3 secor. 1, 2 third. 3 lost. Remember, this special goes with the book. free. The Reporter is sold at all news-stands and periodical stores in Chicago and New Ycrk and in every large city in the United Statu and Canada If your dealer does not handle it. send your order to T. C. WOOD and CO., 59 Dearborn St., Chicago, 111. ESTABLISHED 1904.

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