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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 2, 19(K5.
PRESCOTT BUSINESS HUMS. mm MY 13 U Incorporated under the Laws of the State of New York. Tstoblishcd llir.e Years. CAPI1AI, $50,000 Before 1 he Public Every Day. MW YORK, NLW OHLEAlMS, CWCAGO, SARATOGA, WASHINGTON. REFERENCES: Any Bank or Banker in New York, New Orleans, Chicago, Saratoga or Washington. If No greater opportunity has ever been afforded the American racing public to earn a steady income with a small capital than does the Maxim & Gay Co. offer you at New Orleans, beginning Thauksgiviug Day, Nov. 26. Kverybody conversant wilh the history of the Maxim & Gay Co. knows that at New Orleans it has scored those sensational successes which have made its name a household word among patrons of the turf. No record approaches ours for the number of winners named at long prices at the Crescent City. Our experts are already on the ground preparing for the opening. Every indication points to us surpassing our best efforts in furnishing information from that track, and we are again certain we will enable patrons of the Company to win steady incomes on small investments there. $50 netted $201.75 Here la a complete statement, showing: the results of a $10 play on each horse given In our "Discretionary Series" during- October. (Note. A capital to begin with of $50 Is required t.y us, as a matter of conservatism, to make a $10 play on each horse that is considered by us a good betting proposition.) October Mee'ing Morris Park and Brightom. '3" 'I X 'I "J b & '51 'J 'fr "1 "5 I1 "I1 h !' 'I1 J" "H I MESA I AN OLD FOLKS' PARTY. As has ben the custom for the ' part few years the old folks of Mesa are to havs a party. and frcm the ar rangements this year it is t. be .1 no .less Important nfTilr than heretofore. There Is a standing committee ap pointed In the Stake to see after this iplearant gathering, and last Sunday jthey met. having had the party in contemplation for the past few weeks jaricl arranged the programme and up i pointed the "committees to attend to It and set the date for the party on frlday, Dec. 4, at the Mesa opera house. There is to be feasting and a .programme, and a ball In the evening. I to all of which all ovc-r 60 years of age, i irrespective of creed, are invited, and also all of the widows and wives of missionaries who are away on mis sions, all of whom are to b2 the guests of the committee and the young people of the Stake. To the ball In the evening all the married people of the community are Invited, and all are promised a i splendid time by the management. While the party Is giv en by the Mormon people of the com munity, as 1 the custom In Utah, and wherever they reside, they make ev erybody welcome who will attend, cf the proper age, of all denomination, or of no denomination t all. The following is the literary part of the programme: Song by the congregation. ..America. Music by the band. ' Address of welcome Dy....J. S. Allen. Response Pre3t C. P.. Hakes. Song M. C. Phelps and Co. Step Dance H. tf. Phelps. Stump Speech Lyman Leavltt. Piano Solo , Addle S. Johnson. Comic Song W-n. Passey. Toast F. T. Pcmeroy. Response .. Fa"na Dana Bong Mrs. H. W. Brlzzc-. Comic Reclt'tf.or. XI. Far. Johnsoo. Song ...Hev. H. F. Tolle. Net Daily Result. Day FIRST WEEK. Won. Lost 1 Podadll, 7 to 6. won, Castalian, 3 to 5, won. Duelist, lost r... $22 2 -Oariman, 6 to 2. won: 3 losers $ t 3 Juvenal Maxim. 6 to 1. won; M. Theo.. lost; Wealth, lost 40 4 S. Protect, 1 to 2, won; M. Brant, 7 to 2, won; 3 losers 10 Aurlesvllle, t to C. won; 3 losers If C Land of Clover, 5 to 2. won; 2 losers .. 5 SECOND WEEK. 1 Faulconbridge, lo-it It 2 Surmise, lost 10 3 No play (track conditions unfavorable) 4 Medal, 7 to 1. won: 4 losers 30 5 Charawind, 4 to 5, wen; Duelist. 11 to G. won; 3 losers C Outcome, 9 to 10. won; Tepee, 3 to 5, won .... 15 $122 $i: i Net Dally Result Wen. Lost. Day. THIRD WEEK. ForWd $li2 $43 1 Astarita, 8 to 5, won; Pol Rogers, lost C 2 P. Stone, 13 to 10. won; Hermls, 7 to 10 won; 1 loser 10 1 Damcn, 3 to 1, won; Emergency, 9 to 2. won; 3 losers 45 I Canuhnawaga, 6 to 5, won: 2 losers 8 ".River Pirate, 3 to 1. won; Moharib. lost 20 . Enright. 9 to 5, won: 3 losers 12 FOURTH WEEK. 1 Mamie Worth, 2 to 5, won; Piquet. 9 to 2. won 1 loser 39 Woodshade, 12 to 1, won; 3 losers 90 $332 $63 Less Losses 63 Net Winnings $269 Lees our Commission, 25 per cent '. 67.23 'et profits on $10 play for month $201.75 We Pick the Winners The system we employ to locate winners is "identical with that used by "Pittsburg Phil." John A. Drake. John Oat-s, W. Langdon. Joe Yeager, and other famous fiurigers who win hundreds of thousands on the turf every yrar, and it rroves just as successful. We gather our information of prospective winners through a force of expert horsemen who hold a watch on the horses In their early morning trials, and in that way learn when they are ready to win. The money that is played Into the game by persistent losers, such as the large mass of uniformed players are bound to be. goes into the pockets of the big operators, of which the Maxim & Gay Co., representing a large i lientele, stands at the head. The wr!t of the Maxim & Oay Co. is to place the general public upon a level with the winning plungers, and our success In this accomplishment has made us famous on two continents. We do business only on the great race tracks of the IT. JR. We number among our clients pome of the best known sportsmen, financiers and merchants in the country. Investment on the turf is now demed as legititnate as any other high-class form of speculation. The present high standard to which racing has been brought and the absolutely good faith in which turf affairs are conducted uncier the auspices of the Jockey Club In the east, and the Western Jockey Club in the West, has Inspired milionalre capitalists and business men all over the coun try with as much confidence "In racing as In stock, grain and cotton markets, and this Is one reason why tran sactions In the betting rings now rival in magnitude those or the stcck. cotton and grain exchanges. Another reason for the rapid growth of turf speculation In popular favor. Is the rapidity with which all tran sactions are wound up. The speculator makes his Investment at the racetrack In the afternoon through us and receives a notification by mail. In a letter guaranteed to bear a postmark earlier than the race Is run. of Just what horses are to be backed for his account. By the next mail he Is informed of the result of the day's operations, and he learns quickly Just where he stands. At the end of each week he receives a complete state ment of his account with a money order for his profits, less 25 per cent., which we deduct as our fee. This gives a wholesome tone to legitimate turf speculation which cannct be found in the more or less Involved transactions of the big exchanges, and this is why turfmen live more comfortably and live longer than do men whose involved transactions arc on their minds, day and night, for weeks and sometimes months at a stretch. Our Clients Won a Millon Dollars As it is well known that our clients have collectively won as much as a million dollars at a sinnle race meet ing. It Is sometimes aFked: "Why da not Maxim & Gay simply pit down and back their own selections Instead of running a considerable clerical force and spending large sums In advertising In newspapers throughout the coun try?" , , - , . The answer is simple enough if one stops to consider the situation. Maxim & Gay, by dint cf ability, ener gy, organization, capital and advertising, have secured an enormous clientele, which means the command of im mense capital. If we can pick winners for this immense number of Investors, our profits are larger than If we flayed our own money only, for cn a basis of 25 per cent, of winnings, which we charge for information and com mission, one man out of every four of oar customers is practically betting for us. The proof that this plan works for the benefit of the public as well Is that they win three weeks out of four and cur books show that no customers who stuck to us for two months ever failed to get well ahead of the game, while not a few of those who now own winning stables of race horses and who are cutting an Important figure on the turf, began the game as mere novices, playing our selections through us. The principle upon which we operate Is of such that we must of necessity do the best we can fcr you. Our Income as pointed out. Is derived solely from a percentage of the winnings of our clients, "and If we cannot make you win, our entire Income is cut off. That we have been successful In making our clients win, is amply proven by the fact that we have prospered for upward of three years, while Imitators, pursuing more economical and less businesslike methods have gone under by the score. Noting the success that was being achieved by Maxim & Gay. scores of "get rich quick" operators tried to break into the field successfully occupied by the, older and more responsible firm, but It did not take the press and public long to discriminate between the legiti mate and th Illegitimate, and as a result we have continued to flourish uninterruptedly, while In the ranks of our rival there have" been scores of enterprises Initiated, only to end In failu e. Join Our Winning Army The greatest race meeting In the history of the South begins at New Orleans on November 26. In magnitude It will eclipse all other turf gatherings of the past. The Crescent City Jockey Club, knows this to be a banner year and has prepared for It. So have we. If there are more horses at the' New Orleans racetrack than ever gath ered there before, we have more expert "dockers" and handlcappers than we ever employed at any other meet ing. They cannot make the game too big for us to handle. We move with the times. If you want to get aboard our discretionary series, at New Orleans, In which we play dally those and only those horses we think Al betting propositions, with the privilege of not playing any hcrses at all on days when we consider conditions unpropitious, fill out the following blank and forward your remittance tp us at New Or leans as soon as you can. Play will be begun on the first day of the meeting, If your money reaches us In time; otherwise, we will begin play the first day It reaches us -after the meeting has begun. Money should be sent by bank draft, express money order, or currency In registered letter. Uncertified checks are not accepted. TO MAXIM & GAY CO., (Incorp.) 928 Canal St.. New Orleans, La. In accordance with the terms of your ad in the Arizona Republican I en close Dollars. Please bet for me dally Dollars on each selection of your Discretionary Series at the New Orleans races. You agree to send me every day, in a letter postmarked before the races are run, the names of the horses which will be played for my account that afternoon and to send me statement and check weekly for prcflts, less 25 per cent, of winnings. Post odds are guaranteed as published in the New Orleans Morning Newspapers. My account is subjeet to with drawal In full on demand. Name Btreet Town or City State THE FOLLOWING SUMS ARE THD MINIMUM ACCEPTED FOR PLAY: For a $5 play on each horse $25 I For a $20 play o,n each horse $100 For a $10 play on each horse 50 I For a $50 play on each horse i. : 250 Fi r a $15 play on each horse ..; 75 For a $100 play on each horse 500 Itemit directly to the Maxim & Gay company, 928 Canal street. New Orleans.. All accounts received by the Maxim & Gay company will be played at the track by the Maxim & Gay company, and the Maxim & Gay com pany will make all accountings direct to Its clients. The Maxim & Gay company assumes all responsibility for a proper execution of Its clients' order. . ' Our friends are cautioned against sending money through the mails without registering. ' MORMON CONFERENCE. The two days session of the Mormon conference cf the 'Maricopa Stake, closed at 4 p. m., Monday, after a very Interesting series of meetings, at which were a large attendance. Elder Richard Lambert cf Salt Lake City, was present and addre.aed the people at each meeting. The reiKiria of the condition of th Stake were made by the bishop nnd presiding officers of the various or ganizations of the Stake, shewing all In a very prosperous condition. Sunday night the Joint session of the Y. L. & Y. M. M. I. A. was held and a most Interesting program given. W. A. Finley, sometimes spelled Fin Lee, the popular M. & P. agent of Mesa, has sent his resignation to the company, and says that when it is accepted he will taka a month's va cation. But a vacation does not mean that Mr. Finley will be idle for a mcnth; on the contrary, if the tip we have by wireless telegraphy Is a straight one, he will have about the busiest time of his life during that four weeks, but -that is a secret as yet. Mr. Finley numbers everybody In Mesa as his friend, and all will be sorry to miss his eenlal face at the ticket window. NOTICE TO MELON GROWERS. Members of the Melon Growers' as sociation wishing to become members of the Mesa Melon Growers' associa tion (incorporated) are requested to meet at the Wells Fargo office at 7 o'clock Thursday evening, Dec. 3, for the purpose of organizing and arrang ing for transfer to the new associa tion at Saturday's meeting, and for the transaction of such other busT ness as may ccme before the meet Ing. Manager Donald McQueen announc ed that the machinery of the big pumping plant at the ranch will be started up tomorrow. He says he Is going to use up the wood on band. preparatory to using oil for fuel. Misses Mamie Cubcr and Henrietta Trwln returned this morning frem a two weeks' visit to Tucson. Barbara Cuber returned with them, and 'will remain at home. The ladles report a very pleasant visit with Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Forstor. A six-horse wagon load of wet goods went through Mesa today bound for Riverside. The stock was consigned to C. W. Hardy cf Florence who will open n saloon at Riverside. W. B. Telford and Homr Craig visited In Phoenix yesterday. Miss Annie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Wallace, is rc:crtid as convalescing after a short siog- cf sickness. S. Frankel, of the firm Of S. Fran kel & Co., of Phomic. wat In lown today soliciting business- in the c'nlh lng line. Mr. Frank"!' nnk"! rpgular weekly trips to Mesa In the Interest of his business. J. M. Holloway. of Buckeye, has rented the John A. William place nenr Mesa,' and will engage In the dairy business. Walter Gralchen Is back from a visit to his bismuth properties north cf Mesa, and is much pleased with the rhowlng made. The deep shaft Is being put down at a satisfactory rate of rpeed. IT CURED THE DOCTOR. New Scientific Dandruff Treatment Recommended by a Physician. Mrs. Mary C. Crawford, Oakesdale, Wash.: "Herplclde cured me perfectly of dandruff and falling hair." Dr. E. J. Bearcsley. Champaign, 111.: "I used Herpiclde for dandruff and falling hair, and I am well satisfied with the result." Alf R. Kellv. 2195 Desadero street. San Francisco: "Herbicide put a new growth of hair on my head. Herpclde does more than is claimed." Herpiclde kills the diindrtiflf germ. "Detroy the cause, you remove the ef fect" cures dandruff, falling hair and prevents baldness. Sold by leading druggists. Se.id 10c In stamps for ample to The Herpiclde Co., Detroit, Mich. Waklin's pharmucy. special agent. 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