untitled, Daily Racing Form, 1927-05-09


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f f I ft ■? 1 1 1 1 1 1 ft ft ft 1 1 1 f 1 1 1 1 1 1 ■BBPHI iPt won r I U Peter Fiz, .70 *-=- Telephone specials W ™ © DAILY £%1 W« ft £ •# - Jrr*3"- O ¥ Wdf/J MONDAYS TWO SHOULD NmP Jfs 2£ a=~X8__Jk WUT lJ NOT FAIL. WE HAVE EXTRA rZWT" DOtnC * wTlO/1 Jbfcllff ml STRONG WORD. Chicago Form Readers, Attention!! Your BELL is ringing! Lift up your receiver and listen to the manager of the Chicago office talking. HELLO, Mr. Player. I am not going to condemn any TIPSTERS and say that I am the greatest, but I will honestly state that It means just as much or more to the BELL ORGANIZATION to supply you with WINNERS, and that is just what the BELL is going to do. I enjoy the reputation of giving players an honest and square deal at all times. Hundreds of Chicago players know me personally, as I have served as manager of several publications that have been sold on newsstands throughout the entire country. CHICAGO PLAYERS — Visit our offices and meet me personally. OUT OF TOWN PLAYERS — Visit your local newsdealer who is listed below. Every one of our out of town agents have acted as representatives for me for many years, and they will answer to you as to my honesty, integrity and square-dealing. On Sale Today— Sunday—for Monday Beware of Impostors CHICAGO AGENTS— . ST. LOUIS AGENT— Arcade News Store 84 West Madison St Wm. Laser 7 North 17th St Turf Shon 73 West Van Buren St. All dealers supplied by Laser BELL OFFICE ... Suite 1 102, 10 N. Clark St 702 Market, 410 Washington, 328 N. Grand, 4833 Delmar, 1403 N. Grand, 1010 Ilodhnont Principal out-door newsstands. OMAHA AGENT: — DETROIT AGENTS, three Stands Only Meyer Coren 1411 Farnam St, Bagley Newsstand Woodward and Monroe Ave., on Campus DAYTON, OHIO, AGENT Triangle Newsstand Michigan and Griswold, on the Point H EuDhrat 129 S Jefferson t Family Newsstand Cadillac Square and Monroe, in front of Theater vmTMPCTfiwv riUTr* ArWT AGENT, one representative— LOUISVILLE, KY., only BolSkes j 15 ""* North Fheiw, ***** " ~ """" AONOHio, rTNTlXNlTlTpFNTS AGENT- Schwartz Newsstand Corner Main and Market Sts. Corner Fifth and Vine Sts. Fountain Pierce News Store. .... ...". ."..."..*.*.*.". "I .".".""."."!".I*. ........ .Opposite the Gibson Hotel TOLEDO, OHIO, AGENT Principal newsstand comers. St Clair Newsstand Opposite Post Office BIG SUBSCRIPTION OFFER 00 Horsemans Special Thursday, May 12 RUSH YOUR SUBSCRIPTION— 5 FOR SIX DAYS SERVICE— AND I SHALL WIRE YOU THE ABOVE SPECIAL THAT GOES THURSDAY, MAY 12. CHICAGO PLAYERS— VISIT OUR OFFICES— OPEN ALL DAY SUNDAY 1 P Wa P "B W mM *M a PHONES: RANDOLPH and JTll/WjV/t JLJL*iJL9 These phones will only be used a few days 7 ffffffffffffffffffffffffffff HARVEY AMES, Inc. EARLE BUILDIHG, BROADWAY AT MKB St, KEW YORK, N. Y. WON AGAIN! Another "Harvey Transaction" won again Saturday, at odds of better than 4 to 1, maintaining the record of this office as in the past. This horse had not won a race in four previous starts, and was beaten 24 lengths in its previous race. We have just received word of the starting of another " HARVEY TRANSACTION " MONDAY Subscription, 00, in advance, by telegraph or in person. Mondays "Harvey Transaction" comes to us exceptionally well recommended. Although we did not know of its starting until today, arrangements were made two weeks ago and the horse has had a careful preparation. An easy victory at good odds is assured. Deal directly with this office. We have no agents or representatives anywhere. Telephones: CIRCLE 2591, 2592, 2593, 5749, 1434. 1435 REMIT AT THE END OF A WEEK As raring news publishers, we are in constant touch with all tracks. Every day we hear of a few good things that are about to take place, and we do not hesitate to spend as much money as necessary to get in on them. The more we hare to pay for information, the more we play ourselves, and in that way it makes it well worth our while. We also have a very large clientele of Solid Business Men playing the horses we telegraph each day. We are endeavoring to increase our clientele, inasmuch as it makes no difference how many men play the information, provided the play is well distributed. Our way of doing business is "FAIK AND sul A KB. " Bverey day at 8 oclock we wire our clients two horses to be played in a parlay. After six days they remit to us by telegraph 00, provided they are ahead more than 00 on a $.! daily win parlay. Host of our clients play much more than a day, thereby making more for themselves. The reason why we mention Solid Business Men is because one week, just five weeks ago, we didnt do as well as usual and the winnings on a S3 daily parlay for the week on the horses we wired our clients, amounted to a little less than 00. yet all of our clients, with a few exceptions, wired us the 00 just the same as always, even though, under our terms, we were not entitled to same. It certainly is gratifying to do business with fair-minded men. and we never let money interfere with our getting in on real good things, so that we can always make money for our clients. If our terms are agreeable to you, telegraph your name and address with 1927.sh for expenses. If in town, call. Information wired to out of town clients immediately. No other proposition, other than the above, accepted. We released the following horses last week, which tends to prove the kind of information we consider worth while: Saturday — XAYIG A TOR, 3-1. Won; BRONX, ft.80. Won Friday— BILL SKTII, 1.60, Won; lillKMKR, -IO, Won Thnrsday— DKADFALL, .80, Won; TIIKO. KAV, 4.80. Won Wednesday — SIXTY, 3.8$, Won; TIKZA, .00. Won Tuesday— BATTLK FIKLII, .«t. Won; CARTOONIST, i-1. Won Monday— RAGS, 2.80, Won; MAIIATMA, 1.4$, Won STANDARD OBSERVER, 186 Lexington Avenue, New York City

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