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TO NO PA H--TONOPAH
INVEST NOW IN TONOPAH CENTRAL MINING STOCK
Advanced in Price January 15 from 25 cents to 50 cents a Sharo. Sure to go to
Par.-$1.00 Per Share--Soon.
Ņo risk whatever in investing in stock in the Tonopah Central Mining Company. It's bound to double and quadruple in value very soon. 100,000 shares of treasury stock are being sold WHOLLY FOR THE PURPOSE OF DEVELOPING THE PROP. ERTY.
The Company owns eight of the best-located claims. The ore is rich in gold and silver. Work is now going rapidly forward. A double compartment shaft is now down 90 feet, fully timbered throughout. The following extract is from the Mining and Engineering Review, and bears out the claims of eminent experts that the Tono pah Central Mining Company's property is more favorably located than any of the other properties in the Tonopah District. “Another rich strike has been made in Tonopah. This time it is in the main shaft of the California Tonopah, which adjoins the Tonopah Central (formerly known as the St. Patrick group.) A ledge of ore has been opened up which goes over $500 per ton and is in direct line with the Tonopah Central Ledge.”
The stock of this company is non-as sessable, with a par_value of $1.00 per share. The location of the company's mine on the slope of Butler Mountain, be tween the famous Mispah Ledge and the rich strikes of Gold Mountain, indicates that its stock will be a dividend paying investment, and that it will have an early in. crease in value.
A hoist capable of sinking to a depth of 350 feet has been installed, and it is only a matter of a short time when the ledge will be encountered. The California Tonopah struck their ledge at a depth of 127 feet, and it is 40 feet wide and is continued through the properties of the Tonopah Central Mining Company.
All stockholders participate equally in the profits of the company.
Investors in shares of this company have no taxes, no assessments, fines, interests or liabilities of any kind to pay.
The shareholders' interests are mutual and collective. There is no preferred stock, inasmuch as the original stockholders have placed all their stock in escrow, there to remain until the mine is on an absolutely dividend paying basis.
No safer or more profitable investment can be made than is offered you in the shape of stock in the TONOPAH CENTRAL MINING CO. Address all communications and make remittances to OFFICES 401-28 CALL BUILDING.
J. H. N. CLAUSEN, Assistant Secretary. BAN FRANCISCO, CAL
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