untitled, Daily Racing Form, 1907-07-20


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King Folly . 9 5 Won On Thursday wo gavo out Golf Ball . . 5 2 Won Our Terms: .00 For Six Days. Subscribe to Our Daily One-Horse Wire. It will mako you a suro winner. All selections iiled daily with Racing Form. CASSIDY and CO., 504, 171 Washington Street . . CHICAGO. I Turf Exchange i ? VPSILANTI. MICH. Reopens Saturday, July 20. C Trains Leave Michigan Central Depot, S Detroit, at I OO and 1:40 p. m. Do You Play the Ponies? Do You Wish to Win? Kree information. Send us your name no money wo do the rest. Our record cannot be beat thirty :tl horses sent out only one outside tho money sworn statement. The Blue Grass Information Bureau, Louisville, Ky. NATIONAL RACING REVIEW Room 37, 71 Dearoorn Street, Chicago, 111. Saturdays Special: Dakota, Mackerel, Merchant, Bantam. Yesterdays one-horse wiro, KING FOLLY, 0-5, Won. .00 per week. WHAT THE RUNNING HORSES DID IN 190G. A complete record of the performances and winnings of all horses racing last year. Price . Daily Racing Form Puhlishing Co., 121 Fifth Avenue,, Chicago, III. e Grand Special Goes Today This one will prove to he another coup Similar to our last GRAND SPKCIAL, which was HOLLOW 7-1 Won You cannot afford to miss this one today, especially when you consider that tho price is only .00 and that cacli suhscriher gets a DOUBLE GUARANTEE: 1st. Must be 5 to 1 or better or you get the "STANDARD" easily and I.y far the best publication of its hind on the market FRMH for one mouth. i-M. Must absolutely win and win only or you get either a weeks subscription to our DAILY THREE IIoUSIJ WIRH or three guaranteed OCCASIONAL WIRHS free, as you choose. Our OCCASIONAL VIRE record for last five starts including the Crand Special sent out on July ! in place of our regular occasional is as follows: July 18 HYPERION II 5-2 Won July 13 HOLLOW 8-1 Won July 10 HAZEL PATCH 9-2 2nd July C HOLLOW 7-1 Won Jul 5 DEVOUT 4-1 Won . They will average about two or three bets a week, and EACH ONE IS OUARAN-TKKI I TO RUN 12 OR YOU GET NEXT WIRE- KREK. Terms: .00 for C Guaranteed Wires, .00 per Wire. KING FOLLY . . 9-5 Won Heat Bet ALLERfON . . . 3-1 2nd LEE HARRISON iL, Scratd were tlie three we had on our DAILY THREE HORSE WIRK yesterday. Our message advised a straight and place bet ou ALLEUION. Terms: .00 Weekly; .00 Dally. Saturdays Form Special: Buffalo Apple-C7-7G-83-85-81-57.50-29-10-80 use Book No. 10. The Standard Turf Guide Room 212, 2d floor, 59 Dearborn St., Chicago. NOTE. Todays GRAND SPECIAL will not be given out on either our Occasional or daily wires. Out-of-town people, who have not already subscribed, can do so today by wiring in a money order. Will 8 positively not be given out at olllce until 11 a. m. V.. Big Killing Today! Z C We have one of the best things of the year on tap He will win in a romp at a V big fat price. We got the word direct from L the owner, the cleverest horseman in the C business. You can bet with conlldence, as C everything is framed- up to make victory C a certainty. NIMBUS 1-1 WON was our one host bet yesterday. See our V full ,econl in Sundays Racing Form. REYNOLDS and CO., i TERMS: .00 Daily; .00 Weekly. S 1009 Chicago Opera House Block. Washington and Clark Straets. TURF REPORTERS SPECIAL Room 312, 3rd Floor, 59 Dearborn Street, CHICAGO. SATURDAYS SPECIAL Book 137: 89-7G-95-9G-80-94-88-24-38-39-5:hB6G-Peoria. ENTRY LIST: 704-714-715-728-730-731-739. FOLLY PRIM, 11-5, Won, was Fridays Special. f MONK COBURN THE FAMOUS MONK, a short time since AMERICAS PREMIER JOCKEY, and idol of tho racing public, begs , to announce his accession, at the solicitation of his friends and followers, to the ranks of those who furnish information on the races, but MY INFORMATION IS INFORMATION that counts, that speaks for itself, the VERY CREAM OF INFORMATION, obtained at great cost ami trouble from the foremost riders, trainers, owners and dockers ever at the service of any turf Information business -people who would "give up," for this purpose, what they know to no one but ".Monk." It is intended mainly for the many speculators throughout the country who place their money with POOLROOMS AND HANDBOOKS, who want to be POSTED, who want to be SET RIGHT and KEPT RIGHT. After having carefully considered the matter, I feel I can in this way better conserve the interests of myself and my thousands of friends, acquaintances and admirers SottJo"0 fo,,HW01 ,0"S a,d successful career as a RIDER IN THIS AND FOREIGN COUNTRIES, and I make the assertion unequivocally that my advice is much sought, and my friends i0"; y1."-0: racing is known, and why not? when you take into consideration the fact that I HAVE LANDED MANY OF THE CHOICEST PLUMS FOR NOTED OWNERS AND TRAINERS THAT HAVE EVER FALLEN TO THE LOT OF ANY RIDER IN THE HISTORY OF RACING. In the season of NINETEEN HUNDRED AND THREE, astounding though it may seem, I drew for lilVciJltxvca a"1 lllu1 c:,,ls- tl11 smn lotal of SSi.OOO, which is of record as the LARGEST AMOUNT OF MONEY EVER PAID TO ANY RIDER in any one racing season, and MY PROFITS AS A SPECULATOR in the ring were far in excess of that amount, so that the tremendous and phenomenal success with which I have met is easilv apparent to every lover of racing, and a POSITIVE GUARANTEE FOR THE INFORMATION I hand you. Mine is a record that has never been equaled or approached in this or any other country in all probability never will be and I was heralded everywhere KING OF THE JOCKEYS. As Morgan was "greatest of all cavalrymen who ever rode booted, plumed and spurred," CoBurn was GREATEST OF ALL THE JOCKEYS who ever rode booted, groomed and spurred, and it was an every-day occurrence for both PRESS AND PUBLIC to remark of me , "And still the- wonder grows That one small head can carry all he knows." so, if you want to know more if you want to be next to the GOOD THINGS CONSTANTLY BEING PULLED OFF If you want to speculate successfully, SEND NO MONEY, but for particulars address -MONK COBU11N, 511 Maclieca Building, - - - - RTKW ORLEANS, Ll,

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