untitled, Daily Racing Form, 1907-12-08


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Good Information is what every one playing the races wants to obtain and is just the thing we are in a I position to furnish. Our connection, with a group of horsemen now racing at Oakland, Cal., is of the strongest kind, and it is from this source anl not the efftrrts of any salaried employes that we obtain the information which enabled us to send out John H. Sheehan, 21; Won, as our Fridays Occasional Wire, which we advertised as having since last Tuesday. Our correspondent at the track is an owner and trainer himself and is directly interested in our firm. Therefore, it is to his own interests to .send the best and best only. His-vast experience with horses and, In fact, everything pertaining to races, makes it possible for him to see things which any one less experienced would pass by as unimportant, while the "clocking" which he himself does, together with the litle confidences by personal friends when siftel down by his expert mind, become information of tho rarest kind. The information which he gathers is information obtained by a horseman from other horsemen only, and also by the closest kinl of watching and timing of work-outs. Therefore we say that our information is expert information in every sense of the word, and we court investigation into our every method of business. Our correspondent each day wires us what In his estimation is the best bet of the day, airtl we will furnish a daily One-Horse Wire service for -whirti we charge 0.00 weekly six -wires. We will also, as the occasions arise, when something out of the ordinary is on tap, give out an "Occasional Wire" for the price of ?3.00 each, hut these will only be given when we are absolutely certain. This information is guaranteed to win and win only or we give next occasional free. Terms: 0.00 per Week, 6 Wires. Sherling and Co., Phones, Rand. Suite 618 -!- 60 Wabash Av., CHICAGO, ILL. Friday it was: THE MIST 7 1, WON Yesterday it was: CORRIGAN 2 1, WON Above two were on our DAILY HANDICAP SHEET past two days. This sheet gives one horse In each race at Oakland. All you need to make you a winner on the system we are recommending in connection with this sheet is to get ONE WINNER A DAY. Come in and let us explaiu. TERMS, S3.00 WEEKLY. CORRIGAN . . .2-1, WON was yesterdays FORM SPECIAL. . Do not fail to get the "STANDARD," containing code to these Specials, for 25 cents a copy; .00 a month. Mondays Form Special: July Grape 72-7-86-71-18-70-14-7-3-25. The Standard Turf Guide, Room 212, 59 Dearborn Street, Chicago. YESTERDAYS DAILY WIRE SCRATCHED. MY SYSTEM IS FREE! After five years study of the racing game from every angle, I have perfected a "common-sense" system of beating the races that is safe aud sure and will win on a small capital. I am no tipster or pretender and have nothing to sell, but I will ihnke it worth your while to send nie your address aud a two-cent stamp. R. H, COLEMAN, Clinton Avenue, Washington C, H., Ohio, 4 ! SPECIALS!! We wired the follow- ing horses on K0U3--PINK0LA . . , , Won f T Nov. 25--ST. NOEL . . . Lost i X Nov. 26 AGE HIGH . Withdrawn I I Nov. 27 BEAU BRUMMEL . . Lost I I Nov. 28-LITTLE LIGHTER. . Won Nov. 29--TINKER .... Lost Nov. 30--LENS . . ... Won Dec. 2-DB. MCLUER .. . Won Dec, 3 GRANADA . . . . Lost Dec, 4-GE0R6IA GIRL . . Won Dec. 5--H0RSERADISH ... 2nd TERMS: We guarantee to furnish one winner for .00, or three for .00. J GIVE US A TRIAL. J GE0RGE and CO., 913 Holland Bldg., St. Louis, Mo. J Woods Turf Ratings 25 cents per copy, :-: .50 per month. Issued semi-weekly. MONDAYS BEST BET: Fire 1G. Turf Reporters Special 25 cents per copy, :-: .00 per month. Issued weekly. Mondays Special: We See 11-21-14-89-8G-92-71-3G. T. C. Wood and Co., 312, 59 Dearborn Street, Chicago. Turf Exchange YPSILANTI, MICH. TRAINS LEAVB MICHIGAN CENTRAL DEPOT, Detroit, AT It OO AND li40 P. M. How to Win at Racing. Kings Turf Handicapper, th o Standard Method, is the key to success at the race game. It will teach you the association method of determining percentage and rating of horses. This method is indispensable to ono who plays the races Price. .1.0 Address for circulars and particulars E. T. KING and CO., Publishers, 1805 Wabash Ave.. Chicago. I National Racing Review No. 258 Room 37, 71 Dearborn St, Chicago. .00 per month : : 25c. per copy.

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