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iiimhA m 1 1 - QUI i ill GoSdfleid Diamond DriiSino and Capital One Million Shares Par Value $1 No Salaried Officers No Big Expenses nan every Dollar Goes Into Development I ! iff "" 1 i i. lit The first allotment of the stock will be sold at vVENTY CENTS It i 2 Cents The Properly of the Company Consists of Four Mines: The MiNNIE L with a 100 foot Jiaft and 3C0 feet of drifts, all in ore. The SOUTHERN BELLE, with 400 feet of tunnel and a 60 foot winze, in ore. BILLY BOY, with prospecting done exposing a large body of ore. CRnVVN POINT, with prospecting done, showing a large body of ore. The four claims lie in such position that 5,500 feet of ore can be seen on them. The property is situated three and a-half miles west of the famous Comstock lode ar:d on a true fissure. In order to put a mill on the property, the corr pany has decided to ma; ket 200.000 shares of stock at the low .rice tf Twenty cents a share JUML'O MINING & MILLING stock is the best investment now offered in Northern Nevada. Its property consists f two developed mines and twodeveloped prospects and as fast as the proceeds coir.e in from the sale of this allotment of stock, it will be put into actual work at the mine. The company owns CO inches of water right and has a contract for power with the Truckee River Genera! Electric Company, the power line crossing the Jumbo property. Electric power, the cheapest in the world, wiil be t sed to mine and mill the ore and expensive fuel will not be required. If you want to make some quick money, buyJUMBO MINING & MILLING at 20 Cents while it lasts. The price of th s stock will be one doliar as soon as this allotment is sold. Wire or write for stock reservations to ths JU.iBO MINING C MILLING CO., Carson City, Nevada, and certificates will be sent to your ank with draft attached. DO IT NOW. Jumbo Mining & Milling Company Goldfieid. Nevada into- lyesa 111 1 A Mining Comoany with a business feature that in- surcs a working income to the company liidehnitely. I A Mining Comoany that will operate, not on one claim, but on many I 5 A Mining Company that intends to have many pay imr mines fa, K3 . i. H. HEIDENREiCH President C. H. PETERS, Secretary MYE & 0RMSBY COUNTY BANK, Treasurer DIRECTORS: W.R.Harbin, James Howard. J. J.'McCusn ANNUAL STATEM EWT. Of the Michigan Fire and Marine In surance Company of Detroit, Michigan Capital paid up ia cash.. 400,000 00 Assets 1,042,744 27 ' Liabilities exclusive of capi tal z" net sjriIdS .. 432,023 SI. Income. ! Premiums 409,080 10 Other sources 204 142 CI Total income, 190G . . ... 733,222 71 Expenditures. Losses 560,337 13 Dividends 24,000 CO Other expenditures 200,159 90 Total expenditures, 1.06 . 7S4.497 03 Fire Insurance Business, 1906. Risks written $51,263,899 00 Premiums thereon 001,576 03 Losses incurred 57S.0S3 07 Nevada Business. None. E. J. BGOTL, f :cretary. WRITING ALWAYS IN SIGHT L. & M. Alexander AGENTS L. C. SMITH ( VISIBLE) TYPEWRITER The stock of the company will rapidly go to par and above, and the company will be a big dividend payer. ' BECAUSE The Goldfleid Diamond Drilling and Mining Com pany is a mining company; it is also a mining com pany -with a business feature that will give the Com pany an income from the day it puts its first drills to work. Goldfleid is new, it has only just become learned that the gold ore lays in zones in the district, and just realized that these zones can be located, assay ed, and their value determined -rith diamond drills. With one 1,000 foot drill it can bore 20 prospect ho.'es of 1,000 foot depth, pull the cores and assay every foct of them for less money and in one-tenth of the time that it could sink and timber one 500 foot shaft of the same ground. The Goldfleid Diamond Dril.icg and Mining Com pany will put six diamond dr. .s in the iielu. The income from two of the?e drills on contract work will pay for operating f-r drills cn our own claims, or on claims we may lease. When igh grade ore i? struck the income from our drills on contract will pay for sinking o. .. shafts. In brief, the Goldfleid Diamond Drilling and fining nipany is a mining company that after its first equipment of drills is ia the field will be self-supporting. The company -ill mine t-e ore it locates, and that it will locate ore in Uii rich district is al-iost he yond question The possibilities of me Compan are unlimited. PERSONNEL AND DIRECTORATE OF THE Goldfieid Diamond Drilling; and Mining Co Goldfieid, Nev., PiTf-ident and Gen ii. G. BETTS, era I Manager. One of the best known mining en on the Pacific Coast. Is largely interested in Southern Nevada mining properties. "Will give his personal and un divided attention to the managemen tof the company.- W. x,. SWEARS, San Francisco, Cal, Vice-President. Shipping Commissioner; Pacific Mail: Oceanic 3 S. Co.; American Hawaiian Steamship Co. P. C. MAYO, Oakland, Cal., 2nd Vice-President and Secretary. Manager the Oakland Times Publishing Co. G R. DANIELS. Oakland, Cal., Treasurer. President at: ' G'neral Manager Tho Oakland En quirer PuMihir!;, C . NEVADA MINING BUREAU :6 South California Street, Stocktox, Cal Phone 0;ce, 2C51 Residence, 3231 5 FISCAL AGNT3 J strck by Wire. H ar.ee to follow ESS Eg Rerr.mit- Used by California Wine Association; Unio.1 Trust Bank; W. J. Sloan; Goldberg Boweu Co. L. & M. ALEXANDER & CO. 1820 Fillmorg St. Sanfrancisco Cal. Com- ANNUAL STATEMENT. Fidelity and Casualty Company, New York, New York. Capital paid up in cash? 500,000 00 Assets 7,876,948 12 Liabilities exclusive of capi tal and net surplus 5,115,070 41 Income. Premiums 5,780.271 47 Other sources 308,848 70 Total income, 1906 6,149,120 17 Expenditures. Losses .563,092 01 Dividends 020,000 00 Other expenditures 2,898,717 6 Total expenditures 1906 .6,081,809 65 Nevada Business. Premiums received 6S9 11 ROBERT G. HILDAS, Secretary. to? ANNUAL STATEMENT National Surety Company of New York City, New York. Capital paid up in cash .$ 500,000 CO Assets 5,104,326 60 Liabilities, exclusive of capi- and net surplus 983,760 93 Income. Premiums 1,286,707 77 Other sources 54,100 SsS Total income, 1906 1,340,808 65 Expenditures. Losses 595,588 78 Other expenditures 695,208 41 Total expenditures, 1906 .1,290,797 19 Nevada Business. Premiums received 565 50 rr.. SAMUEL H. SHR1VER, Secretary. y"wm&mkWM'uaa&xnsESJB53K& ANNUAL STATEM ENT Of the Mutual Life Insurance pany of New York, N. Y. Capital A Mutual Company Assets $495,804,'64S' 53 Liabilities, exclusive of capi tal and net surplus 495,804,G49 oS Income. Premiums 58,317,806 55 Otherso sources 23,505,700 1 Total income, 1900 ... 81,883,632 97 Expenditures. Death Losses 21,024,050 90 Dividends 2,785,919 15 Other expenditures .. 25,361,017 17 Total expenditures, 1906 49,180,987 :'S Business, 1906. Risks written 87,347,284 00 Premiums thereon . . . 5,074,943 20 Death Losses incurred . 230,061 00 Nevada Business. Risks written v Premiums received .... Death Losses- paid .... Death Losses incurred WILLIAM J. E ASTON, Secretary. ml2 Risks writen $14,555,S36 bS Premiums thereon 39,794. 73 Losses incurred 323,800 16 Nevada Business. Risks written 33,250 00iOtllcr expenditures ANNUAL STATEMENT. ! Maryland Casualty Company, Baltic ! meore, Maryland. 1 Capital (paid up) $ 730,000 00 ! Assets 3,779,055 39 I Liabilities, exclusive of capi tal and net surplus ... 2.10S.605 S6 Income. Premiums ..oax.oiu Other sources 220,012 53 Total income, 1906 2.601.3S3 OS Expenditures Losses Dividends INSURANCE ANNUAL STATEMENT Of the Home Insurance Company of NeW York. Capital paid up $ 3,000,000 00 fciets 20,839,174 33 Liabilities, exclusive of capi tal and net surplus... 10.430.S1S Sl INCOME iiiumo J,IXO,UXU O-i Other Sources 1,175,451 42 i Total income 1906 10,893,461 70 i EXPENDITURES ANNUAL STATEMENT. Premium; 71,500 00 63,956 05 32,665 00 20,049 00 339 'd.) received ROBERT D. LAY Secretary. ml2 o-o ANNUAL STATEMENT. Of the Wellington-Goldfield Mining Company. For the year ending December 31, 1900. Propeerty located in Nye county State of Nevada. Receipts for 19o6 None Disbursements for IE'06 $ 1,347 36 R. R. FISK, o-o 896,073 26 90,000 00 1.325.4S6 67) 2,311,559 91 MAGAZINE READERS ANNUAL STATEMENT National Life Insurance Company of the United States of America, 159 LaSalle Street, Chicago, III. . ' Capital ((pa(id up) $1,000,000 00 Assets 7,106,512 12 Liabilities, exclusive of capi- tal and net surplus .. 5,953,531 81 Income. ! Premiums 1,820,513 51 Other sources 331,123 00 Total income, 1906 ',151,636 51 : Expenditures. ! Losses 318,133 SO Dividends 5,384 37 Other exp nditures 799,945 62 Total expenditures, 1906 1,123,463 S3 Business, 1906. SUNSET MAGAZINE beautifully illutfiated, good stories and articles about California and all the far West. $1.50 a year TOWN AND COUNTRY JQURKAL ' a monthly publication devoted &r cn to the farming interests of the vv.-zU West a yew ROAD OF A THS'JSAKD W2KDERS a book of 75 pages, containing 120 colored photographs of 4Q picturesque spots "ia California ana uregoa. Total . . Ml or . $2.75 $1.50 Cut out tliis adverrwement and tend with $130 to SUNSET MAGAZINE JAMES FLOOD BLDG.. SAN FRANCISCO Total exenditures, 1906 Nevada Business. Premiums received 2,016 34 JAMES F. MITCHELL, Secretary. f20 ANNUAL STATEMENT. Aetna Indemnity Company, Hartford, Connecticut. Capital (paid up in cash)$ 500,000 00 Liabilities, exclusive of capi tal and net surplus 4S0.846 37 Income. Premiums ..534,160.70 Othpr sources 50,003 i2 Total income, 190(5 534,100 S j Expenditures. Losses 247,145 63 Other exrenditures 370,428 27 Total expenditures, lauti . iiiv,iW3 aa Nevada Business. rremiums received 450 93 Losses paid 15 CIIAS. I. BROOKS, Se"etary. f25. Of the Midway Mines and Town Company. ; Fr the year ending December 31, j 1900. Property located in Nye county ' State of Nevada. ; Receipts for 1906 None 'Disbursements for 1900 SI 241 5 O. A. ERDMAN, Secretary. o-O- Losses 6,449.322 03 Dividends 000,000 00 Other expenditures 3,33S,S65 90 . Total expenditures 1906 10,388,187 99 j BUSINESS 1905 Risks written 16,252,459 99 Premiums thereon net.. 9,712,676 63 Losses incurred 6,754.007 14; Nevada Business j Risks Written 4-7S.S25 00 : Premiums received 12,852 87 i Losses Paid 501 7 J Losses incurred 1,401 77 ! A. M. BURTIS, Secretary. o-o ! ANNUAL STATEMENT. Of the Wellington Association. For the year ending December 31, 1900. Prorerty located in Nye county State of Nevada. Receipts for 1900 None Disbursements, 11K6 $250 00 O. A. ERDMAN, Secretary. o-o ANNUAL STATEMENT. ANNUAL STATEMENT. Ins. Society DAVID SMAILL ARTISTIC HORSE-SHOEING "While Having It Done, DOIT RIGHT," at C ATTON'S Main Street. Norwich Union Fire Norwich, England. Capital (paid up) $ 600,000 0'J As-suts in the U. S 3,172,591 22 Liabilities, exclusive of capi tal a d net surp.us in tbe U. :j 2,339,964 94 Income. Premiums in tho U. S. ...2,099,9S3 3S Other sources .1,29,829 93 Total income, 1906 3,399,813 31 Expenditures. Losses in the U. G 2,052,121 76 Other expenditures U. S... 875 094- i.3 Total expenditures, 1906 in U. S 2,927,215 99 Business, 1906. Risks written in the U. S $192,082,309 10 Premiums thereon U. S. 2,099,983 3S Losses incurred U. S. ...2,510,022 87 Nevada Business. Risks written 121,075 CO Premiums received 3,100 73 Losses paid 58 40 Losses incurred 558 40 W. H. LOWDEN, Secretary. m5. Fidelity Fire Insurance Company New York City, New York. j Capital ( paid up in cash $1,000,000 00 j Assets 2,759.367 23 0f Liabilities, excluhive of capi- j tal and net surplus .. 759,367 28 Income. Premiums 318,507 31 Oilier sources 25,907 92 Total income. 190G 341,415 23 Expenditures. Losses 23,589 51 Other expenditures 160,570 i0 Total expenditures, l'JOO . 184,159,91 Fire Insurance Business, 1906 Risks written $39,756,550 00 Premiums thereon 486,806 96 Losses incurred 52,720 19 Nevada Business. Risks written 77,800 00 Premiums received 716 15 Loses paid 800 91 Losses incurred 800 91 E. L. 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