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THE DAILY APPCAL. CARXCTI a IV, CT5SV
uouibo- II. as Capital One Million Shares Par Value $1 No Salaried Officers No Big Expenses Every Dollar Goes Into Development si The first allotment of the stock will be sold at TWENTY CENTS The Property of the. Company Consists ef Four Mines: The MINNIE L with a 10 foot -haft and 300 feet of drifts, all m 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. CRfWN POINT, with prospecting done, showing a large body of ore. The four claims tie in 6uch position that 5,600 feet of ore can be seen on them. The property Is situated three and a-Walf miles west of the famous Comstock lode and on a true fissure. In order to put a mill on the property, the company has decided to ms'ket 200,000 shares of stock at the low price of Twenty cents a share t JUMBO MINING & MILLING stock Is the beat investment now offered In Northern Nevada, its property consists f two developed mines and twadeveloped prospects and as fast as the proceeds come In from the sale of this allotment of stock, it will be put into actual work at the mine. The company owns 60 Inches of water right and has a contract for power wHh the Truckee River General Electric Company, the power line crossing the Jumbo property. Electric power, the cheapest In the world, will be i sed to mine and mill the ore and expensive fuel will net be required. If you ant to make some quick mOney, buyJUMBO MINING & MILLING at 20 Cents while It lasts. The p ice of this stock will be one dollar as soon as this allotment is sold. Wire or write for stock reservations to the JU.rfBO MINING C MILLING CO, Carson City, Nevada, and certificates wJH be sent to your ank with draft attached. DO IT NOV. Jumbo Mining & Milling Company H. HEIDENREICH, President C. H. PETERS, Secretary NYE & ORMSBY COUNTY BANK, Treasurer DIRECTORS: W.R.Harbin. James Howard, J. J. McCuen BUY saasssssasasBnasssBBBBaBBaBanaani Goldfield Diamond Drilling and Mining Company Goldfield. Nevada At 25 Cents per Share A Mining Comoany with a business feature that in sures a working income to the company indefinitely. A Mining Comoany that will operate, not on one claim, but on many V . 1 A J 1 1 I A Mining UOmpany w arenas to nave many pay ing mines The stock of the company 'will rapidly go to par and above, and the company will be a big dividend BECAUSE OFFICE COUNTY AUDITOR, Ormsby County, Nevada. To the Honorable the Board of County Commissioners, Gentlemen. In compliance with the law, I herewith submit my quarterly report showing receipts and disvburaementa of Ormsby County, during the quart- ending March, 31st, 1907. Receipts. Glance in County Treas ury at end of last quarter $29,639 64 roni County License ... 679 15 Trom Gaming Licenses . 2,813 50 ,rom Liquor Licenses .. 310 20 From lees of County Officers i 887 25 From Rent of County building 32 50 3. A. A. of State School Money 5,017 35 Slot Machine Licenses . . 28S 00 Cigarette Licenses 42 30 Interest on 'rime Deposit 70 00 2XL Taxes 1st inst., 1906 106 96 Second inst., Taxes 1906 54 68 Cash adv. Mrs. Roberts January 16 co John McGillis, keep of W. Bowen 45 00 IK.uglas County, keep of K. Randolph 12 50 ?. Beetschen, keep of child at orphans Home 15 00 Total $10,564 04 General Fund 3,S1 22 Salary Fund 2,415 00 County School Fu:.d .... 40 00 .Agricultural Association . Bond Fund Series A ; a ?100 x.0 50 00 Agricultural Association Bond Fund Series B. 5100 00 350 00 County School Fund Dis trict No. 1 L181 81 County Schoo Fund, Dis trict No. 2 21 75 County School Fund Dis trict No. 3 10 00 : State School Fund Dic- trict No. 1 2073 34 State School Fund, Dis trict No. 2 270 00 State School Fund, Dis trict No. 3 W 00 County Public School Llg. Fond No. 1 8? 03 County Pub. School Lib. Tund No. 2 8 70 aterest County School Dist. No. 1, Spel 100 00 Total $10,64 85 WRITING ALWAYS IN SIGHT L. & M. Alexander AGENTS L. C. SMITH ( VISIBLE) TYPEWRITER Union Trust Bank; W. J. Sloan; Goldberg Bowen Co. L. & M. ALEXANDER & CO. 1820 Fillmore St. Sanfrancisco Cal. The Goldfield Diamond Drilling and Mining Com pany is a mining company; It ia also a mining com pany with a business feature that will giro the Com pany an income from the day it puta ita first trills to work. Goldfield is new, it aas only Just beoome learned that the gold ore lays in zones in the district, en just realized that these sones can be located, assay ed, and their value determined -rith diamond drills. With one 1,000 foot drill it can bore 20 prospect notes of 1,000 foot depth, pull the cores and assay every foot of them for less money and in one-tenth of the time that it couid sink and timber one 500 foot shaft of the same ground. The Goldfield Diamond Driving and Mining Com pany will put six diamond dr-s ia the fleia. The income from two of these drills on con. act work will pay for operating f vr dritts on our own claims, or on claims we may lease. When igh grade ore 1 struck the income from oar drills on contract will pay for sinking o. . shaft. In brief, the Goldfield Diamond Drilling and fining mpany i. a mining company that after its first equipment of drills is ia the field will be self-supporting. The company ."ill mine i-e ore it locates, and thai it will locate ore in thi rich district is - .iost be yond questioii. The possibilities of uie Compan are unlimited. PERSONNEL AND DIRECTORATE OF THE Goldfield Diamond Drilling and Mining Co H. G. BETT6, Goldfield, Nev.. President and Gen eral Manager. One of the best known mining en on the Pacific Csast. Is largely interested in Southern Nevada mining properties. Will give his perronal and un divided attention to the managemen tof the company. W. x. SWEARS. San Francisco, Cal., Vice-President. Shipping Commissioner; Pacific Mail; Oceanic S 3. Co.; American Hawaiian Steamship Co. B. C. MAYO, Oakland, Cal.. 2nd Vice-President and Secretary. Manager the Oakland Times Publishing Co. G. R. DANIELS, Oakland. Cal., Treasurer. President an General Manager The Oakland En quirer Publishing C .. NEVADA MINING BUREAU 2 6 South California Street, Stockton, Cal Phone Oce, 201 Residence, 3231 stock by Wire. Remmit ancc to follow, j I j Recapitulation Cash in Treasury January 1st, 1907 ?20,J3L ti'a Receits from January 1st. to April 1st, 1907 10,724 39'?4 40,361 04 Disbursements from Jan uary uary 1st, to April 1st, 1907 10,848 S3 Balance Cash in County Treasury April 1st, 1907 , 29,715 19 Respectfully, J. H. STERNS, Auditor. Recapitulation. To bal cash on hand April 1st, 1907 $ State Fund eneral Fund Salary Fund Co School Fund Co. School Dis. 1 Fund .. Co. School Dist. 2 Fund.. Co. School Dis 3 Fund . . Co. School Dist. 4 Fund . State School Dis 1 Fund. State School Dist. 2 Fund State Sschool Dist 3 Fund Ag'l Ass'n Fund A Ag'l Ass'n Fund B Ag'l Ass'n. Fund Sped. . iC. School Dist 1 Fd spcl Co. School Dist. 1 Fd Library Co. School Dist. 2 Fd Library .... Co. School Dist 3 Fd Library Co. School Dist. 4 Fd. Library 29,715 1,109 3,449 2,286 26 10,238 443 395 20 3,107 39 401 997 1,253 3,189 2,671 19 Vi 45ft 93 07 91 10 Vz 53 35 77 53 SI 64 72 76 41 46 ANNUAL STATEMENT Empire State Surety Company, New York City, New . ork. Capital, paid up in cash $ 750,000 00 Assets 1,352471 01 Liabilities, exclusive of capi tal and net surplus 487,303 92 Income Premiums 6SS.050 IS Other sources 194,425 30 To' h 1 income, 1906 SS2.476 43 Expenditures. Losses ..206,790.02 Dividends 40,000 00 Other expenditures 114,199 63 Total expenditures, 19ns (,90,9S9 65 Nevada Busimss Premiums received 2,106 21 Losses paid 75 00 DANIEL TEWART, Secretary. ANNUAL STATEMENT. Maryland Casualty Company, Baltic meore, Maryland. Caoital (Paid up) 750.000 00 Assets S.TTa.uao Liabilities, exclusive of capi tal aud net surplus Income. Premiums Other sources 2-20.012 93 ! Total income, 1906 2,601.db3 us j Expenditures ' Losses Dividends 'Other expenditures 1,325,486 6i i Total exenditures, 1906 . . 2,311,559 91 Nevada Business. Premiums received 1,016 94 JAMES F. MITCHELL. Secretary. 120 39 2,108,605 S6 2,381,370 l'J 896,073 26 90,000 00 64 13 .Balance 13 20 6 10 $29,715 19 Resectfully submitted, E. O. PATTERSON, County Treasurer. ViAGAZifir.. READERS SUNSET MAGAZINE beautifully illustrated, good Monet and aiticlts about California and all the far Wert. TOWN AND COUNTRY JOURNAL a monthly publication devoted to the farming interests of the Wert. $1.50 a yeai $0.50 a year ROAD tT A THOUSAND WONDERS a book of 75 page, contaiaias 120 color ad photographs of picturesque spots ia CaUoraia and Orcgoa, Total . . . All for. ; ; Cut out tliis ih-rrtiifrl ' aad Mad with $130 to SUNSET MAGAZINE JAMES FLOOD BLDO. SAN FRANCISCO $0.75 $275 $1.50 ANNUAL STATEMENT. Aetna Indemnity Company, Hartford, Connecticut. Capital (paid up iu cash)$ 500,000 00 Liabilities, exclusive of capi tal and net surplus 480,846 37 Income. remlums , Other sources Total incoL.e, 1906 Expenditures. i Lo3se ! Other exi enditures 370,428 2" i Total expenditures. 1006 . 617.573 95 Nevada Business. 1 1 remiums received 450 43 l osses paid 15 '0 1 CHAS. I. BROOKS, Se -etary. f25. INSURANCE ANNUAL STATEMENT . OFFICIAL Of the Home Insurance Company of New York. Capital paid up $ 3,000,000 00 iets 20,839,174 33 I Liabilities, exclusive of capi tal and net surplus. COUNT FUNDS OF STATE INCOME Premiums Other Sources Total income 1906 STATE OF NEVADA, County of Ormsby. as. John Sparks, W. G. Douglass, beine 10.430.S1S Si I oocioiij say mat mey , are members of the Doard of Examin 9 71S 010 34 i f thG State of Nevada; that on l',175',451 42 ! th9 28tb' day of March- 1907, they lo',S33'461 76 i (aftCr haviaS ascertained from the EXPENDITURES j of tne State Controller the Losses . 6,449.322 03 i amount o money which should be Dividends 600,000 00jia the Treasury) made an official ex Other expenditures 3.33S,S65 96 jaminati0Q and count of the money and Total expenditures 1906 10,3SS,1S7 99 1 vouclier3 fr the money in the State BUSINESS 1905 ' j Treasury of Nevada, and found same Kisks written 16,252,459 ,9 'correct as follows: Premiums thereon net.. 9,712,676 6SjCoin $ 401,371 84 Losses incurred 6,75467 14iPaid Coin Vouchers not returned to Controller, Nevada Business Risks Written 4-7S.S25 00 Premiums received 12,852 87 Losses Paid 501 7 Losses incurred 1,401 77 60.028 09 Total $ 401,399 93 State School Fund Securities. Irredeemable Nevada State School Bond, $ 350,000 00 A. M. BUHTIS, Secretary. Massachusetts State 3 -o-o- per cent Bonds 632,000 00 ANNUAL STATEMENT. .534,160.70 50,003 i.2 j 534,160 Sj 247,145 S DAVID SMAILL ARTISTIC HORSE-SHOEING "While Having It Done. DOlT RIGHT," at CATTON'S-Main Street. Norwich Union Fire Ir.s. Seciety of Norwich, England. Capital (paid up) $ GG0.000 00 AF.se.ts in the U. S 3,172,591 22 Liabilities, exclusive of capi tal ad net surp.us in the U. S 2,339,964 94 Income. Premiums in the U. S. ...2,099,9S3 3S Other sources 1.29C.829 93 Total income, 1906 3,399,83 31 Expenditures. Losses in the U. S 2,052,121 76 Other expenditures TJ. S... 875,094- L3 Total expenditures, 1906 in U. S 2,927,215 99 Business, 1906. Rjslcs -written la 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. mS. 233,00 00 313,000 00 215,000 00 2.234,399 93 Nevada State Bonds, . . Massachusetts State 3V per cent Bonds United State Bonds, .., Val, JOHN SPARKS V. G. DOUGLASS. Subscribed and sworn before me, this 28th, day of March A. D. 1907. J. DOANE, Notary Public, Ormsby County, Ne vada. U-Ci NOTICE. Ladies, I have just received new Spring styles and sampler In tailor made suits, skirts, jackets, etc., even In, coa'j b specialt. Every garment made to measure and satisfaction guaranteed. MRS. K. KNOWLES. Representing the Leading Ladias Tailoring Company of Chicago. Rcoma 13, Arlington Hotel, lw o-o Whenever you want real, good, mixed drink, you must go to Dick Brlght's to get It. Other are good. but these are better. Private card and wine rooms help to enjoy them.