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Early Dividends for Stockholders?Machinery now being installed for rapid development of underground workings of
famous Lead and Zinc property?Stockholders cnthused over new strike of rich ore?Steam Drills and Hoist operated by great power plant will bring riches from earth?On behalf of the public, The Kansas City Post investigates the minc and prints magnificent endorsement of this mighty co-operative enterprise?Big advance in price of stock coming Mnllril Imlslvi ktrn.k prCKH I Icll.ls. Powerful Machinery Installed. c dlreotora or <br Sunbural MInIng Compnny nittliorlzc tlie nimonnce Imt tlie nineliiiiery fnr tlie uiiiKrgrotind workM'g* I* now belng In Tlils cnnalntN of Ihe lntost tjpe of powerful atcnm ludler. ntcnni nnd Kfemn drills. Tlie cmilriict for tlie hoiatcr hon-o fnr Slinft Nn. .1 'ti lot, alid (hls wlll l?C creeled liiiiiiedintel.v. Tlie ntcnni tlrlllfl wlll iineuse Intpctiia tn tlie work. Urlftlilc ls bel'ig rushcil (n connoct No. _ n"il It, and tn tlilN work n grenf hody of rleli ore Iiiisj bcen that hns erenled wlllc exeltcinciil ln tlie eiinip. A* (hls g?>es (n pna of rleli nre nre liclng plled up ?'~ the ilniiip, spcll|i>K sure dlvl Dividends of 120 Per Cent. Are Paid. Tlie llnxtor Mlnlnii Conipnny, oporutlng ln the mune illslrlct ninl wllh Ihe annie (illlrrrn >in (he Sifnbliral Conipnny, hns deeluri'il illvldcntls ol' JU |n-r eenl. per inoiillii the lirsi pil'yniellt mnde wns I'elnuarv 1*1. Iteml tlie follimliiK from the Oimilui llee of I'Vhrmir.v II, ll)07? DIVIDENDS ON IIA.V'I'KIt MIMNO STOCK. '? A lll per cent. Mnnthl.v Dlvldenil Itnn been tlcclnrril und puld in the forliinnte iiuni'M of llnx(er MP'liiK Coilipriny s(ock. Thla dlvldenil, we nre Ih formed, wlll be reffiilnrly pnld on the flrst of eueli niontli. Otvnera of (hls Nloi'k nre (o lio ennuriiOilitO'd. Tlie property of thls ciiiiiiiiin.v lles In (he new wnnderflll Irnd ninl xlric ilhlrkt kninin us (he llnxtei' Sprinir (iiinp. The offlccra nre K, T. Slet'nrtli.v president, nnd II. AV. Ilnlley, seoretnry nnd Ireusiirir. A niilllher of other Otiiiilin eltl/.ciiN nre liitercslcil." The Same Ore Body That Makes Others Rich. No other distrlct cnn produco so many rleli minea ln bo arriail an nrea ns thla portlon of tlie Bnxtor Sprlngs Camp. Look at tho niap, und you wlll seo how tho Sunbtirst holdlnga aro tho very heart of thls Rectlon. To tho north nre tho Dnrk llorae, taloy, Tlp ton, Mngnskn, all woll-known proper tlea. To tho west aro the Stinnysldo ??st miiie ever opei which has drlftod ti.of tho Sunbtirst Ii jrado prei. Tho o by tho Iloho ran la nonths 500,00 poun takrn out hy the Hob Hatrlct. tho aouth llne ttrerhely IiIkIi iiiied last week cent. In threo f rich ore wero Thla inlne la InstiillliiK Mnolilnery, Shnfl Xn. rt. demonstratcd n unlform bed of In thJeknoas, and found only B7 uufflcJent to waah tho ore whlh load and zlt lrllling nnd shnft atnklng have re over tlie entlre acreago of 15 to nn feet '"?et under tho surface. The water ls only mllllng. This ls nn Important point, aa ln allowa of th? ever, plLlara mancntly aal mlnca th>. superabundnnce of water is a very dangerous found between wcll-doflned flat bods of llmcatono, which iclng taken out without thrt sure of nny tlinbcifc what belng allowed to support the roof, which ia thu? per l\- ~^~?5$, _ _ "" ~""s' 135 feet from our proporty, and 1B ln __tho same oro bed. Sliaft No. :t is only 70 feet from tiio lli.bn north ilrlft, wlth the samo bed of ore. Tlie drlll ing showa thls bed to run nrrnsi the entlre Kunhurst propi rty. Shaft No. 2 ls 4do feet from tho riortheaat drlft of the Ilobo, and la Into tho snnio ore bed. To the south nre also tho Omaha Mlnes nnd Mlll nnd tlie >-,ood Luck MIno. whero tho lend hns provod to be so heavy. On these propertles mills aro erected nnd extromoly rich oro extracted, making great returna for the owners. K. C. POST REPORT. Great public Interest has been excited ln the Sunbtirst property. la reapol ? ? t;. thla demand for oxact nnd tr thful informatlon tho Kansaa City Post, a great metropolltan newspaper, sem a special cororespondent tn th.' dlstnct t.> report what he actually found. The artli le is too long to be reproduced here, but a copy wlll be scnt to ad lntereated. Here aro a few oxtracts: ??Tlie point made is that rtnxter lead nnd zir.o diatrlcl ?:- llke every other pla.>r great natu ral ndvantages?it muat have capital t.. be pro perly devi ??:. ?!. Bul ti..-.- is no douht of tho "V slnk a drill anywhere around :.? ?? ? rlend C tHo above, 'without "And that'a inte. ?-I bclieve, from eti -?? pcrsonai observatlon, that tho higbeat grade lead nnd alnc ore known la here ln practically unilraitcd quantUy. Tho blgger the mlll. tlie b( tter tho machinery, tho more money will bo made. "All thla dlatrlct la undorlatd by a solld bablo of lead and zinc ore. To get it Into mnrketablo shape you nood a mlll. Multlply yuur mills and you multiply your proflta." Property of Fabulous Wealth Hemmed In by Producing Mines. Tho earnlng capaclty of tlio Sunburst's property hnndling orn that averages from 8 to 15 per cent., can he estlmatod from tho productlon of other companles. The f'enter Creek Mlning Com? pany. of Webb City. Mo.. from nn SO-acre tract, has taken out noarly S7,0uo.fi00, and is stlll producing. Tho report for the year 1904 showa tlio fnllrnvlntr productlon during that year from iho several propcrt'es mcntloned: Acres. Value. Americnn Zinc, I.ead and Smclting Co.4,Oin) $ 367,169.00 A. W. Taylor_'.. 180 153.75K.no J. W. Aylor. -to 576.671.00 The Burgner Mlning Co_-. SO 198.579.00 Center Cre,-1< Mlning Co. (pioduetiou to il.it'-) 2- -i 6,062,494.00 .Mrs. E. J. Chlnn . 120 223,799.00 Majostlc Consoltdated ZIne and Lead Co. r.-j 234,490.00 Contlnental Zlho Co. CproducUon to date)_ 200 1,673,593.00 Consolidated Troup Mlning Co. t" 193,613.00 Daugherty-Davy-McMIllan Estate . GO 456,006.00 The Bmplre Zlnc Co. 431 120,3U*.00 Fox Heirs . 20 120.324.00 Cranbv Mining and Smelting Co., 1906. 1,261,551.00 C.rnnbv Mlning and Smelthig Co.. 1904. 1,025.650.00 John C. Guinn . C40 S2.SS7.00 Plttaburg-Joplln Lead and Zlnc Co. 10 9S.000.00 Plttsburg-Mlssourl Zino and Lead Co. 130 413.204.00 Unlted Zlac Co. 138 390,376.00 READ THIS LETTER. Omaha, Neb., March 25, 1307. Mr. Y\*. A. Fishc-r, Kansas Clty. Mo. Pear Mr. Flsher: I havo just returned from a two days' vlslt to tho Baxter cairip, and whllo down then. took in neatly all of the proportles of th.' rainp. and I want to say to you that 1 ::? ver saw such ore taken out of tho ground as they are taking out of the Sunburst mlne. The stockholders of thls Company aro cer? talnly to bo congratulated for getting ln beforo this stock goo-s to a hlglier prlco, which I am confldent it is suro to do. You need havo no hi sltancy ln making your statements stroiu reLative to the possibilitles of the Sunburst mlnes. I saw oro taken out of the g-round lher? last Saturday tlmt, ln my Judirment, wlll run 50 per cent. zlnc; not one plece, but a great many large blo^ks thut I could hardly 11ft. ? ? ? ? * I note what you wrote mo relatlve to atock going so rstpldly, and it is only an indicatlon of how quickly tho publlc ap preelates a good thlng when lt has an opportunty, With best wishos, I am. _ours very trulv, R. W. BAILET, Stock is Sold at 10 Cents a Share. ?urliiK Iminrilliife fuiidx lo lmild a concentradug nilll, equlp the plnnt wllh nIiIIIs to work?In u word, to tippl.v ?<> thls linincii.?.,?!.v rleb property the ivldeiids, nnd enorrabiiHly cnliunclug the vnlue of thc property. Have jnuever thc coiitrnr.v, of thc forliine* tukeu out rlght iu tlilx dlstrlct, by practlcally gel In on thr grountl tloor of such nn Invc*< inc"t i \t thls price tlie linno-uso provc In detall??vc wlll even nrrnnge lo tnke you to tlic inlne?tre rcfer evftlcncc of nurroundlng propcrtlesj ?e lay thc propnsltlon before your to Investlgute thls Niniply ns un investiucnt In a coiniiicrcial enferprlse. On account of tho addltlonal holdlngs, which nre of great intrlnslo value, ns well as tho remarkable proof of rlchnoss afforded by tho develop ment work already begun, tho price of Sunburst stock will not remain long at the present flguro, Every step forward in the \yorkings of tho Company ls attractlng wldo aiUmtlon and is juatlfylng tho most llberal expootatlons. ,. ,-Aa'tnia work goca*on Sunburst Btock is bound to lncreaso ln value, ns it is bound in 1..- :: nilghty sourco of prollt. Tho publlc demnnd bocause of tlu- publlc confldcnce ln thls great property has already absorbed thousanda of ahares, and has ateadlly advanced tho price, but this advanco wlll bo small ln comparlson t.i what ls comlng. | Buy now and Bhare pro rata ln the domonstrated proflts of this enter jirise. Make your reservatlon for as many sharcs as you may desire at the present prlco, remlt '." per cent. of tho full price of the block and send ua the balance ln nlne monthly paytnonta, Upon tho completion of your pay ments your ccrtiflcates wlll i..- aenl you for th- dealred number of aharoa, 1 |lly paid and non-aasesanble, qo matter how much tho prico of stock may have advanced during that timo. You wlll ti!;,s becomo :i stockholder ln thls company on cqual terms with all the other Bt< ckho'di i.-. and by paymenta so small as to bo lianliy noticed. ( Thu tromendotis advantago lo t!io Binall invcstor through thls pian of payment muat I" .?: ? ? ? n glanco. By subsorlblng, for Iriatan'ce, $50.00 in.w and remittlng only $5.00, you will obtaln tho wholo block subscrlbed for at the present lpw price, and recolve the full advantago of every ad vanco on th.. whole $50.00 worth, although your tlrst payment Is but'$5.00. You roally Inveat $...<"> and got all tho bonlits ot an lnvosiment ot $50.00. Could anything be falrer? ineflt of thls offer, It wlll be nceessnry for you i.e. wlth tho understandlng that you will bei icr Inveatlgatlon falla to cunvinco you of the Sw <*? ces to 15 Cents May 22d. Buy now at 10 cents a share, par value $1.00, and reap the profit of thU 50 per cent advance~$S0.0O PT-t ??TVy $p10a00"-o"1y a hmited ?niber of shares offered. If you are not satisfied with your investment withm 30 days of your first payment every cent will be refunded you. Buy on Easy Payment Plan. ? ln tho price of these sharos to par mcans 1,000 per ci t 1 r every $1.00 Invosted, besldes the dlvldonds. Sul rlpl ina wlll bo uccopted for 200 sharos and up wwd, elther i li ln full, wlth roaervatlon, or by 10 per Ci nt ? und 10 per cent, monthly for nlne months, I ? mo eithor -uny, but by tho Installmont 1 ''?>'??? ? '? a much largor bloclc of stock, and -..: i the prlc it aa lt ivill lmmedlately_ on dla >' ' ': "; ; ? ' :" ' K you can reap tho immedluto l j ed i -? will recolve the beneflt of every 1 ln l':: , evcn -.. lo you aro paylng for it ol : r paymcnta, certlflcatoa wlll he U U unable to finlsh tho pay lnfcIU!T "',.' "'." ' : "' "' :' iue8tl oertltlcate for tho amoni.t paid for. I .... io , nta pgr Hnare'. j,ai. Yuiuo IL00. j 20 buy '- ?? stocl | 40 buya f 50 buya I I $ 100 buya 1.0 ) .? * ?00 biiya 2,000 l 800 buj-H 3,000 sl j 500 buya 6,000 Bhari ?, n\ 11,000 buya 10,000 Bharea bioc Thls la a business proposition. Horo aro business men conductlng it. They lnvito your invesllgation. opricioits. "W'm. yL Law, President, Oniaha, Nob. c. M. Craney, Vlco-Prosldont, Baxter ETpringa, h'an. it. \\\ Balley, Sooretary, Omaha, 13, T. MeCarthy, Treasurer, Onia? ha, Neb. DIIUSOTOUS. T. J. Folev. Councll Blufffl, lowa. ii. 11. Cranoy, Baxtor SpringB, Kitn, C. W. Craney, Baxter Sprlnga Kan, Wm. II. Law, Omaha, Neb. iieitn praney, Baxter Sprlnga Kan. U. S, Qreen, Omaha Neb II. Vv\ Itailey. Oniaha, .NYh l_. T. MeCarthy, Omaha, Nob, L. IX, Watta, Buxtor Bprlnga, Addroaa all communlcatlons lo w A. Flsher, Flseai Agent,' it-nik of C9mmorce Bulhiu.g, Kanaiia clty Mo. JIAMi ItKPBItKNORS. Ihixter Natlonat Baxter Bprlngx Kan. llanUc-rs' Trual Co., Kamas Clty, IJISI'OSlTOHY, Bankers* Trust Co,, Kansaa Clty, LetUs Send You Free Ore Samples "Wo wlll send to any oho.lntercstod, absolutoly with? out chargo, all expenses propald, a box of tho crudo oro as taken from tlie Sunburst Mlnes. Thls aample wlll bo of Interest to tho atudont or invostor alike, and would be of value In any curio colloctlon, Send to-day for theso free samples and our prorusoly illustrated prospoctus. with photographia roproductiona of tho property, a large half-topo map of tho lead und Binc tlold, and llst of bank und buslnoaa re.feroncos. Information Coupon. (Up nud Mnll To-day, \V. A. PISIII5II, liliniieliil Agcnt, 728 llnnk nf ( onmieri e IUiIk., Kiiiisiin Clty, Mo i Dear Slr,?l'b.aso send tuo your Illustrated prospoctils wlth half-toue map of tlui Bouthwqst Lead and Zlno Field, special payment pian for stock Hiibscrlptlon and full InfOrinatlon. Ploaao also Includo, poatagfl prepald, free namplos of Crudo oro from tlie Sunburst Mlnlng Company'a property. THE GREAT SOUTHWESTERN COPPER DISTRICT Is Producing 33% ol thc Copper oi North Amcric* I UMlti? %% ^^A/o, SAR,ZONACOPPERC0^TO. UN vIrde % N?m? PKaPS D0DGE * ? ;r ' O ARIZONA AMALGAMATED ?% BONANZA ,# .t^l^V6^^;^^.J GREENE ? -,-^j ^CALUMETA ARIZONA CON50UDATED ? ~~ ,NotDriwnMlTLVoN3 IN DIYIDENDS HAYE BEEN PA1D BY THESK MIHES A i oig Ihos': who made this Copper District famous are: Kx-Scnator V7. A. Clark, Col. William C. Greenc, Charles Mi Shannon, Phelps, Dodge & Co,, and The Arizona Copper Co. MR. SHANNON is a Dlrcclor ol BOI_flIlZ& Belt PHELPS, DODGE4 CO. Smelt tbe Orcs ol CODDCr COIlipE5IlV BOMANZA BELT COPPER COMPANY OWNS ABOUT 235 ACRES, LOCATED IN THE CENTRE OF THIS DISTRICT, Producing aed Shipping Sulphide Ore. I.s three miles of underground workings, shafts, tunnels, cross cuts, have produced over $1,000,000 in carbonatc ore. It haa reeentiy struck the sudphides in a Vein 6 to 12 Icet wide, 9% Copper. ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND SHARES of the slockvof this company are offered at $5 per share, half of par, to obtain funds to aid in.development di its minea to a pro duction of TWO HUNDRED TONS per day, which, at the present price of copper, Asstites Net Ea*niags of $l,200,009 pe* year. The mines in this district, shown on the map, ? "Copper Qoeert," Phelps, Dodge & Co.'s Mine, capital $2,000,000, reported net earnings for last year of ?8,000,000; "Calu met & Arizona," capital $2,500,000, earned net last year $4,827,972 ; "Superior and Pittsburg," capitalized at $20,000,000, is selling to-day at 200% of par. Not one of these mines, with the same amount of development work, made the same showing as Bonanza Belt makes to-day. Copper Stock Investmeots have made and are making American Millionaires, Their opportunity is yours. Dividends are being paid by the famous mines of the country from Ore averaging from 2% to 6% Copper; Bo? nanza Belt Sulphides are running 9% Copper. The Ameri? can Smelting & Refining Co. and Phelps, Dodge & Co. com peted with each other for the smelting of Bonanza Belt ores. Their checks regularly remitted tell the story. Copies of Smelter- Returns, Prospectus, Engineer's Report and (urther detailed information furnished on request Officers and Directors: Edward C Rice R. Allyn Lewis, President Investment Securiries, New York, St. Louis. Los Angeles Hon. Leo C. Dessar, Vice President Trustee of American Savings Bank, Ex-Judge. Former Director Coloniai Trust Co., New York Charles M. Shannon Fbunder of Shannon Copper Co. Vice-Pres, Oce&nic Trust Co., Los Angeles. Cal. Vice Pres. Arizona Amalgaraated Copper Co. Hon. Bird S. Coler Pres. Brooklyn Borough. Ex*Comptro!ler New York Lewis J. Morrison Attorney-at-Law Wiliiam A. Hamilton VicC'Pres. St. Louis &? Southwestern Railroad Co. Robert Huntly Real Estate Operator Director of Importers and Traders' National Bank of New Ycrk. Treasurer of the New York Produce Exchange M. E. Harby, Secretary Attorneyat'Law, of CounseJ for Greene Consoli dattfd Copper Co. Hon. Edward V. Loew, Treasurer Pres. American Savings Bank. Ex-Cornptroller of New York Chas. B. Merrill Real Estate Operator, New York 6. M. Gouyard Consulting Engineer. Also Consulting Engineer Douglas Copper Co. Walter L. Ehrich, Supt of Mines Graduate Sheffield Scientific School, Yale, and Hei delberg University. Germany. Trust Company of America, New York, Registrar. -'?'-'' The Company Offeis 100,000 Sbares af $5.00 per Slaaa-c Capital 350,000 Sliares Par Value $10 Subscription Books Open TuesdayyMay 14th. Books Close Saturday, June 1st The Company reserves 'the right to reject or pro-rate any applications. Tele graphic orders may be accepted if followed immediately by remittances. Subscriptions may be sent through your broker or direct to the Company. Make checks or njoney orders for subscriptions payable to R. ALLYN LEWIS, President, BONANZA BELT COPPER COMPANY 20 Broad Street New York City 3710 ) 3711 \ Phones \ J-Vi \ Rector Convertible Bonds I desiro to call the Investora' attention to tho. abovo BOND. Tho history of tlieao bonds has been such aa to grontly attract futuro investora to tlds kind of securlty. Thero aro somo Issues In whioh the Inveator has mado a proflt of 50.per cent. or more, nnd cases aro raro whoro a convcrtlblo bond lias not shown a hund Bomo proflt. I offer, stihjoct to sale, Detroit Edlson Company First Mortgago 5 per cent. Gold. Uiinda and Milwuukoo Eloctrlo Itallway and Light Company 4 1-2 por cont. Gold Bonds. For full partlculara concornlng theso bonds, wrlto for Circular No. 22. Geo. B. Hutchings lloom 203, Mutual Bulldlng, Klehmond, Va,, Excluslve Correspondent, Spencer Trask & Co. / CAPITAL..SURPLUS AND PROFITS OVER $550,000.?? The Hour of Need Dld you ever tlilnk lt pnssiblo tliat you mlght somo day he In nOod? A Saylngs Account is ono, of tho most avallablo mothoda of Investlng money. You can witlidraw it nt any tlme. U is always rendy for you?just when you need it. Thero uru no rlsks, when you seleot a strong Natlonal Bank, 3% 1NTEREST PAID ON SAVIN68 ACCOUNTS 3% . . The .. Bank of Commerce andTrusts TENTH AND MAIN STHEETB, cmticiu Aocoiints of Plrms. lndlvtdunia Sollclts Accn'na-cotporutlons. TTirtEE PER CENT. INTEREST AL LONV'ED ON SAVINGS DKFOSITS, Branch, Cabell & Co. BANKICR9, 1111 East Main Stroot. MomberB New Vork fitook Exchange, New Vork ? Cotton llixehunijg und Chl? cujjo BourU of 1'riule.