untitled, Daily Racing Form, 1922-01-02


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j ■ i j J. F. "LUCKY" BALDWIN wishes all his friends a Happy and Prosperous New Year, and sincerely hopes that every Special he sends out wins at good, long odds for his many friends. But, of course, we all know that occa-sinonally there must be losing days as well as winning days. Many things, too numerous to mention, can happen to prevent a horse winning. But I am determined to do everything in my power to make 1922 a year of prosperity for my many friends. Winners are what we all want. Winners are what I am going to do my utmost to send you. HONESTY MY POLICY. Every horse I send out is filed with this and other reputable newspapers. And every horse will be advertised, wis or lose, I make no false claims or promises. And, remember, I charge nothing in advance — NOT A CENT. And I positively do not want a cent unless I make you a winner. Any time one of my SPECIALS lose you must deduct what you would lose playing for me from successive winnings. Before I send yon a wire I most feel absolutely confident of success. How, felks, if you are absolutely reliable and can use several plays weekly, DONT HESITATE. RUSH YOUR CORRECT ADDRESS AT ONCE. My specials are at all tracks, Tijuana, Havana and New Orleans. Be prepared to play all tracks. My terms: Send me by wire, after yon collect years, the winnings of a 0 straight play. Clients failing to remit will be crossed off wire list. I cannot win if you lose. 1103 LEXINGTON AYE., HEW YORK CITY, N, T

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