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ADJOINING THE VELVET
ADJOINING THE SILVER PICK
ADJOININd THE JUMBO
ADJOINING THB MOHAWK
Any Bank in Nevada
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AUTHORIZE! CAPITAL $500,000
AR VALUE OF SHARES, $1, FULLY PAID,
25 Cents Per Share
A Glance at the Map of the Goldfield Mining District will show few mining promotions of recent years that have embodied such un-
limited possibilities as the Mohawk Jumbo Leasing Syndicate Stock. The properties of this Syndicate oomprise two leases known as the
Jumbo Extension Lease and the Mohawk Extension Lease. The Jumbo Extension lies between the Velvet and Jumbo and is surrounded or
adjoins the following bonanza leases with outputs as follows:
DRISCOLL ^Mi*vvy .-.....$ 600 A DAY
GARDNER ERIOKSON .,:.-^.^:,iK
CITY..,f.....0*.^.f..%..r.,.,.^..,..*^.^^v.i --..(U,.,. 2,000 A DAY
VELVET *.j^,^.....:.*............. 4,00 0 A DA
ipUOTSPENimOTO^^^ 10,000 A DAY
.^a,*^,..^u*..*........%,^. 15,000 A DAY
and is about three hundred feet from the Bowes Kernick Lease with a production to date of $1,800,000. The Mohawk Extension lies be-
tween the Silver Piok and Red Top and is an extension of the Mohawk, the latter now generally conceded to be the greatest gold mine in
the world. The Mohawk Extension lease is about four hundred feet from the following leases with a production as follows!
MACKENZIE KALFUS BRADBURY OURTIS ..,.,...,,....^^i................... 7,000 A DAY
SHEETS ISH ............,...,.,,.*.......,*....M*..**:... 10,000 A DAY
and about five hundred feet from the world famous B-ayes Monnette with a monthly output of $2,000,000. It will thus be seen that the Mo-
hawk Jumbo Leasing Syndicate properties are surrounded by Bonanza mines and a comparison of prices will show that this is really one
of the most extraordinary investment opportunities of recent years. What the possibilities are can best be shown by giving the results of
surrounding properties. The Great Mohawk, the adjoining property, wjiich is quoted at fifteen dollars a share, sold at eleven cents a share
in January last. Red Top, two hundred feet to the North, sold at $4.25 a share this week, while a year ago it was twenty cents. Silver
PJokadjoining on the west, sold at $1.60 this week, while six months ago it was begging at eight cents.
THERE IS NOT A PROPERTY IN THIS ENTIRE DISTRICT THAT DOES NOT SHOW A HANDSOME ADVANCE OVER QUO-
TATIONS OP 6 MONTHS AGO, AND A PURCHASE OF THIS, THE FIRST OFFERING OF TREASURY STOCK OF THE MOHAWK
JUMBO LEASING SYNDICATE, PRESENTS POSSIBILITIES OF PROFIT EQUAL TO ANYTHING IN THE DISTRICT.
The Syndicate is officered by men who have achieved marked success here on the ground, the board of directors being ooxnposed of
such men as J. R. DAVIS, of Loftus & Davis, who opened and developed the GREAT SANDSTORM mine. Mr. Davis is the principal owner
and vice president of the GOLD BAR, the famous mine of the Bullfrog district, as well as being vice president and principal owner of the
NEVADA HILLS, the principal mine at Fairview. H. T. BRAGDON, vice president, is also president of the GOLDFIELD MINING COM-
PANY and president of the GOLDFIELD STOCK EXCHANGE. Mr. Bragdon is prominently identified with many of the most successful
enterprises of Goldfield, and is also president of the MOHAWK JUMBO LEASING COMPANY operating the Truitt Lease which returned
to its shareholders on its first dividend the amount of their investment of twenty-five cents per share. SAMUEL R. MASON Jr ^resident
of the CALIFORNIA BORAX COMPANY AUGUSTUS TILDEN and E. H. LATIMER complete the board. tyAJOR W. A. STANTON,
manager and consulting engineer, is one of the most favorably known engineers in Goldfield and has no superior in his knowledge of the
district. Under his direction the work is proceeding at a rapid rate with double shifts of men at work on each property. The shaft on the
Jumbo is down sixty-four feet, while on the Mohawk it is down one hundtred feet and has already cut a stringer of ore running one thou-
sand dollars to the ton, showing-close proximity to a big ore body, which is likely to come in with any shot. Two twenty horse power gaso-
line hoists have been ordered and will be on the ground within fifteen days. There is no reason why the syndicate should not be shipping
within thirty days dividends should quickly follow, and in all probability the first one will equal the price of the treasury shares, as was
done on the Truitt Lease and scores of others. This will be the first, last sand only offering of treasury stock at twenty-five cents ner share
so ACT QUICKLY IF AT ALL.
Reservations should be made by telegraph to insure consideration and remittance by bank draft or certified check must be forwarded
immediately altar allotment is made, otherwise allotment will be void.
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Union Securities Company of Nevada
.*...*..,.,.$ 1,000 A DAY
'O,U00 A DAY
1,066 A DAY
50,000 A PAY
Five hundred fe$t from the
nette Lease with a monthly
000,000. Two hundred fort frum
Top with $3,000,000 in alght.
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