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Truth. (Salt Lake City, Utah) 1901-1908, December 02, 1905, Image 11

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T RUTM, i
, "BEYOND THE DREAMS OF AVARICE" 1
0TfN bought 50,000 shares of 60LDFIELD MINING CO. in 0 OH 000
Ow November, 1903. It is now worth fyuUiUUU I
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t?4ff bou9ht 1000 shares of FLORENCE MINING CO., flOfl f(( I
P I JJ of GOLDFIELD, in November, 1903. It is now worth $LU,UUU I
I (Xll 7C bought 1,000 shares of COMBINATION MINING CO,, A 4 H 000 I
P I f O of GOLDFIELD, in November, 1903. It is now worth $ I UyUUU J
I (hrA will buy 500 shares of GOLDFIELD BLIZZARD MINING CO. today. f I
1 pJJ Ten years hence it will be worth I
I Goldfielri's Monster Prospect- 100,000 Shares at 10 Cents--I
The BLIZZARD. NOW.
H Development of the Blizzard property has only just com- The property consists of 150 acres, situate in the eastern sec-" r I
H menced. tion of the great mineral zone of Goldfield. On this zone arc ,M
H In the opinion of mining and consulting engineers of inter- t situated all the prominent mines of the camp. Full and'clertr title ( I
H national fame, the surface indications on the BLIZZARD are as to the property is vested in the Blizzard Mining company. ' I
good as they were on any of the three sensational properties told Five prominent quartz (gold-bearing) ledges stand out boldly I
I of above. above the surface. They vary in width from twenty to sixly feet. I
I Major W. A. Stanton, at one time consulting engineer on e of th.c.m is. ov.er 3. 000 feet long. On all sides may be seen the I
. - . . x , ,,, ,, , . . x most positive indications known to mining of heavy and perrna-
the staff of the late John W. Mackay, at Virginia City, says : In ncnt cnrichincnt of gold Assays of $34 per ton in gold havc bcen
H every detail of formation, the Blizzard's estate is an exact counter- obtained from surface croppings. I
H part of the big producers of the district. I consider it equally as The Blizzard Mining company's capitalization ' is 1,500,000 I
great in possibilities as any of the Goldfield properties of first im- shares of the par value of $1 each; 500,000 of these are owned by 'B
M portance were at relatively the same stage of development." the company's treasury. The property lias been paid for, witli I
I J. F. Mitchell, the noted Colorado mining engineer, recently the remainder. One hundred thousand sjiares of the treasury , I
1 superintendent of the great Jumbo mine of Goldfield and of the stock are now offered at 10 cents per shares. The money realized I
H January mine of the Goldfield Mining company, that have pro- from the sale of treasury stock will be used to develop the mine I
W duccd in two years nearly three millions in bullion, says : "In my and make of it a producer in quick order. ' , I
examination of the BLIZZARD'S surface showings I took sam- The directors of the company are: H. W. Knickerbocker, I
pies from every outcropping. All of them gave assay returns in mine owner, Goldfield, Ncv. ; Hon. George D. Pync, aftorney-at- ' I
&- gold, proving conclusively that they are all "enriched by the pre- law, Goldfield, Ncv. ; Richard Willis, mine owner; Colorado I
cious metal. Very few, if any, of the great mines of the district Springs, Colo., and Rhyolite, Nev., and J. Frank Smith, niining I
j presented such pronounced indications of the occurrence of bodies engineer, Hinton, W. Va. Depository and reference: Joljn S. I
T of high-grade ore beneath the surface at relatively the same period Cook & Co., Bankers, Goldfield, Nev. . , I
of development, nor did I obtain such flattering assay returns front Reservations should be made at once and remittances in full" I
1 the Jumbo, the January of the Goldfield Mining company, or nu- should accompany. Allotments will be made in the order. pf re- " I
" mcrous other properties that are now great mines, from surface ccipt of subscriptions. ' ' I
ores. In view of these facts, I consider the BLIZZARD the equal For prospectus, engineers' reports, history of Nevada mining' ,, I
of any property in the district in prospective worth." investments and other particulars, address the fiscal agents. I
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R.W. GNEKOW & CO., Mining Investments GOLDFIELD, NEV.! I

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