untitled, Daily Racing Form, 1910-09-11


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Race Course at ■ I | ■ g ■ m City Offices: MARLBORO FAIR GROUNDS, MD. I il 8 U g U T 8 I IM C C I I 11 g 309 t! " OCTOBER 4th to 14th. TEN DAYS I Aft ft m ft ft ft ft ft # IB rl II I! SANCTIONED BY THE JOCKEY CLUB. # I I ll M 11 in purses. Southern Maryland ;N PURf f • . . Steeplechasing and Flat Racing. _ ... Steeplechasing and Flat Racing. SIX RACES DAILY. RaCIfig ASSOCiatlOH SIX RACK DAILY. - DR. R. S. HILL President Stabling. A- N- elr°d General Manager Special Race Trains on the Penn.R.R. ============== FROM BALTIMORE Stalls at Marlboro will be provided for horses Racinand T - 1 M T"e Pennsylvania Railroad will run a Special Ex- actually ready to race. Persons with large stables Southern Maryland Agricultural Fair Association press Race Train from lialtimore to the Marlboro who desire to bring all of their stables will be * » *«, leaving Baltimore Union Station at 1 p. m. accommodated with stalls at Benning race course, daily, direct to Marlboro Fair Grounds race track, twelve miles from Marlboro. =======s==s=:=s=. which lands passengers at the race track gate on " the Pennsylvania Railroad. Returning to lialtimore . Entries Close at 11 a. m. Each Day zz%2l£zj?j? r 11 ** SD6Cial HOrSe Trdill. Trains from Washington, also trolleys, will make ■ the trip in about 40 minutes with frequent service. A special horse train of Arms Palace Horse Cars , . will run daily l etween Benning and Marlboro for the First i Day, Tuesday, October 4. | convenience of horses stabling at Benning. The FIRST RACE ChCSapeakC BCdCll R. R. receiving barn at Marlboro will be at the disposal por three-year-olds and upward. By subscription FROM WASHINGTON of **** to "inner Wit* #2.V added. IS lbs. of or mkb horses norss ind ami owners owners will will mm find it n verv v«ry conve conve- below the scale. Winners « f three caeca since An- 0 •If *T nient to return their horses to Benning after the gust 15 to carry 5 lbs extra Non-winners of two OpeCial EXDreSS IraillS races since that date allowed 4 1 Its . No race i lbs. * * races each evening. The cost will be about ..r 0 No race since Julv 15 allowed 1» lbs. « ■m a rjr T /~"D /" T A OtTCJ . „ ~ . .... About Five and One-Half Furlongs out of the Chute. tO JV1 A it Li 13 KS XI KJ IxAKjIJ* per horse and attendant. SECOND RACE -»- . . r All I F3MS MBIT q. TrOlfl For two-year-olds. By subscription of each to the winner with 50 added. Non-winners of four n«c+«.!/»+ I pj.i" _ TllHf*f»«» ,;",s allowed 5 ll s., three races S lbs., two races UlSlllCl LlllC OldllOIl. uuugca. since July I, 12 lbs. No race since that date 13 lbs. Maidens allowed 20 lbs. Five Furlongs. Leave District Line 11 a. m. Josandoh A Murnhv Leave District Line 1 »• m ITIUI third race «JUat/|MI Ha |JII Steeplechase LeaTe District Line 2 + m . « . . For three-vear-olds and upward. $.100 added. The . _ . _ . . . and Directors rair Association. winner to be nm ■ auction for .000 : it for less Returmno, Special Trains Leave 2 lbs. allowed for each 00 1o $."iO0. Non-winners . since September 1 allowed 5 lbs. Short Course. MARLBORO FollOWS! Starter.. JAMES F. MILTON FOURTH RACE . |Marlhnm AftPr I act DarP For three-year-olds and upward. By subscription LCOVC ITIOI lUUI U All MSI LdM KdLt of each to the winner with 00 added. Mob- . . ~ ~~ winners of two races in 1910 allowed 10 lbs. No QfU 6l U* jU Da HI 17 lbs. The winner be sold K Clerk of the Course and Scales: g£ to asoetffioc FRED W. GERHARDY. FIFTH RACE Pq TQ R H i I H 1 Trill fl fipflte I I1UUIIU I I UU UGillOi , Pane 56. Conditions to be announced at office UlCj l|l| at the track October : at 9 a. m. Paddock and Patrol Judge: _____ _ SIXTH RACE For furt]ier information, etc., address G. ERNEST HALL. For three-year olds and upward. Pane ."0. The and Mfe i_* f_r is:ri1is., aiiowed1ivu-tach"Vio less ARTHUR N. ELROD. Gciicrsl IVIanayer, Timer george miller hL on " inner* sin -gwj * gm,,, 309 Maryland Building :: :: Washington. D. G. I I i , ■_B-aa___Ba-Bk-B_a_____H«__a "WELL?" Are you still "Groping in the darkl" Why not send for my "Sure Shot Method" of playing the races "Successfully" and heeoase "Enlightened." I will positively show you the "simple" and "sensible" an. I "Practical" way to Deal them at any "Handbook" or "Poolroom" or "Track" with small capital. I show you the way to lake £ capital and beat the "Handbooks" and you always bet the same amount. It only takes a minute to pick a safe "One Best Bet" every day from the "Entries." Any man can use My Sure Shot Method "Successfully" and "I Guarantee it." I make no "misleading statements" or "impossible promises." "The Truth" is good enough for My Method and I sell it "Squarely on its Merits." If you are "Skeptical" — write for copy of my "Guarantee." It is "Plain English" and to the point and moans just w hat it says. Hundreds of men in all parts of the "U. S." are "Winning" with My Method and "en-dorae it." "Why not you i" If you are satis-lied to average from 00 to 00 a mouth playing with small capital — thea "lose no time" sending for it. I know that you would not part with the "Winning" information it gives foe a hundred times the price of it. That is what many men say win. have purchased it. "My Method" of playing the races is "Sold on Honor" and positively "Guaranteed" to make yon a "Winner." All orders receive my personal and prompt attention. "My Method" positively point:, out "One Hoise" ami "One Horse Only" every day for "Handbook" play. "My Complete Sure Shot Method" for "Handbook" and "Poolroom" and "Track" sent bv retara mail Scaled upon reel af M. 0. . Address WM. H. SUTTON, Chemist. 2Q51 Orchard Ave., : : Los Angeles, Cal. ROYAL ONYX . . 6-1 2ND was yesterdays Form Special. Ve terdavs TWO-HoraC Daily gave a third and a loser. MONDAYS FORM SPECIAL: July 30-50-51-25-31-59-23-27-61. THE STANDARD TURF GUIDL Room 211 :: 59 Dearborn St. :: Chicago. Illinoir The Monthly Fotm Book for August is now on sale. Piico .00. Single copies by mail will POSITIVELY only be sent as rogisterod mail, with an extra charge of ten cents for registration. Daily Racing Form Publishing Co., 59 Plymouth Court, Chicago, 111. All Bettors: My next Occasional goes Septemlier 2G. Toronto meeting. My last one at Windsor meeting was the largest coup attempted, hacked from IS down to 8-1. The five Occasional I sent out during the last four months have all been at large prices sad rewarded the bettors handsomely. I backed them all heavily myself, win. place and show. I will wire my next one on receipt of .00. All telegrams delivered morning of race, September 20. HARRY J. TAYLOR, Box 354, : : : : : : Windsor, Ont. LA SALLE ... 7-2 WON was yesterdays One-Horse Wire. Yesterdays Form Special ran second. MONDAYS FORM SPECIAL: Utah, Maroon, Moccasin, Canary. National Racing Review, Chicago ROYAL ONYX . . 6-1 2ND was yesterdays Form Special. MONDAYS FORM SPECIAL: White Monday 50-27-35-42-43-55-25. No wire yesterday. NOTICE Paris* advertised in Rook :iol has been post l to go between SEPTEMBER 24 and 28. The Turf Reporter, Chicago 3 GIGANTIC COUPS Honest . reliable setters send address for wires where they will reach you any day and send mo pari of your winnings. Treat mo right. J. 0. MILLS, Station A, : : : Cleveland, Ohio.

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