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Mount Whitney Is a Mountain of Gold
Its Possibilities Are Absolutely Unlimited and Now Is the Time to Become Interested in It
vt »ui_ n._>.» ■ ' ' Mining Is no more a gamble than the pur- '
nontlkiy nepori . eha«e of real estate. If the business «f the
Mount Whitney Cold Mining Co. Men and Women> we are flo|nfl t0 U|(< w|lh yo(j ' itra , Bht from the shou , de r, .nd we do not want you to Ignore what we say. In fact, you cannot afford to If you ehanc7oM n™Ll° "on "hi oTher Vn^more '
t« mv tn«t renort I mentioned that v« ha<l are keeping In mind your own best Interests. We tre offering you In this special Herald advertisement *n opportunity to get In at the beginning with a big pro- money has been mink In the purchase of .
encountered n.nd were cutting through nn duclng gold mine. A MlNE— not « prospect. This Information costs you nothing. It may make you a lot of money. If we Interest yqu In this proposition you will be- boom real estate than all the tnineaof.tho
immense cross vein. We have reached the come a regular client of our office. •v ■ :* «. ' • ' '.i' 1 . , world cost.— Apploton. ■. .
quartxlta hanging wall of the vein. It being )f W6 makB money fop you cnceVou w m com , aga | n , You will advilo your friends to come to us. Your friends in turn will advise their friends. We must make .I. It has high p _Krade ore on the s surface
fully 160 feet wide, but driving the tunnel m fc , order to make a satisfied client out of, you. We could net'afford to offer you any security that was not first-class. We are, of course, In the stock bro- «nd in the underground workings. ■ .
"W^A^FllJui^^lti&rtm™' kep »0 e business to make money. Therefore, It Is to our interest, from evsry standpoint, to helpour clients make money for themselves. They make the large profits Ul oro bodleB Bhow BtrehgU > ™ th ;
rnM?ni» a w.vf<rni streaks of ore that will pay and we make the small ones In the way of commissions. V- ; ... ... „,..-« 3 - The ore, can be mined and milled at the
" well to Si I wportld the average Tof thi* If you have any Idle money or money Invested where- it wm Vess than 7 per cent we can be of service to you. If you can spare $10 or more monthly we can lowcfit poBslblG cogt from . the mlne .
vein when we were about half way across it help you Increase Its earning capacity. . .'i i . . <•'•« has three of the best tunnel sites
at *5.85 gold per ton. carrying also as high | t rather odd that , ucn a , aroe percentage of ««pte look askance at anything that Is offered for sale. Their first Idea when a proposition Is presented. It and the ore can be run out on oars, and ,
.us 188 ounces of silver. The average of tho gomethlng like this: "If this Is so good why does *• want to sell-why don't he keep It?" This is mere folly. We will admit that many worthless propositions are | h n °. pp c r ra m" n *"« "?* **.*" t0 be holBte^- °'«n> t
; whole vein E? inpled from side to side alter-. offered to Investors In all lines of business and peually are made to appear very tempting. .•;..»• . - *' t .. .,,..'„ "No exnenslv^ ? hoisting plants will ever '■'
"r^hanrinK 'wallVa dlshete *W* cut on And yet, In our experience we believe th.t the majority of the unlisted stocks of legitimate companies are put on the market from dire^necessity. In this con- »» X£Mm*Msc£l££:->
thTounh th s l^feet and rar^ into another nectlon we may remark that we have often »een asked, after presenting our proposition, this question: "If your proposition Is as good as y°u say why do you not ,„ ,antß, antB w|| , not be nee ded.aa the mine '
vein 18 feet wide T tha^ * gives an average of put It before Investors who are located neap you Instead of offering It away back In Maine or Alabamar (or whatever the case may be.) This Is very simple when ls Be if-dralnlng. - ; >
$4.80 per ton gold. - We are now In the hang- you understand It. . .Vi.' ? '- 6. The directors will not run Mount Whit- ,
ing wall of this second vein with tho main TneBe queBt | O ns seem reasonable on their face, yet they are, lrv,fact, extremely unreasonable and illogical. ;, h^i?,^ n! "£ a^!T^;"';J" tO ii' le^''' a - nd a "
vein still ahead of us. Would you ask your, grocer when ha advises you buy sugar or flour in anticipation of Its advance why he does not hold It himself and make the profit? lla 7 nd ' n * ""*"*'" f^?"!TS" v f& ,. I
Fr J? m i I V know we have Would you ask your coal dealer when -h» recommend, you to lay In your winter supply In summer, because It Is cheaper, why he does not buy It h m.elf and l tell lit ore tZ '
ftS lroposlUon n t pans some very nice at a higher price? Hardly, for the very good and sufficient reason that probably neither would have sufficient capital for the purpose, and If the advice were not acted
ir^uFß&rtntoi^^ZgWTMl- "Pon neither party would be benefited. Mining stocks ar e offered to general Investora because no man has sufficient capital to successfully operate the property, how- „_ There ,8, 8 a * bundance of timber on the ;
v tlnn ever valuable the property might be. "-'--' ' t -•"'". ; .' . ' .. property to last the ' company • many years. ,
■ralso. on the June claim, in Suing the an- T h 8 geld mines of which we soeak are two— those of Mt. Whitney, California, and those of Goldfleld, Nevada. We.wlll first tell you about the Mt. Whitney Gold y. Mount Whitney mine is only five miles
nual work, openedup a very nice vein from Mlne of ,nyo, ny0 County California, and' the facts that we wiilstate in this connection are ba«H upon our personal knowledge of affairs as they exist,. They are PROV- ' r f om pil l^ e v»»itthi« cr ««in« r> -wl"*-w 1 "*-/ 111 '' klndB 717 1
4 to 12 inches wide that assays from $19.50 ,. Hi<(TORirAL iNrnNTEiTABLE facts -■..-..- or mm, vegetables, grains, hay, etc., grow
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the main tunnel below with a crosscut, glv- Mt. Whitney Gold Mining Company came to us with their story we sent the best mining experts we could secure to Investigate the matter, It looked l good « "»-' t «" ; v. Kve ry stockholder is regularly ln-
lng about 700 feet of depth on it. This vein to the experts. It appeared to be ONE MINE IN A THOUBAND, so we bought stock ourselves, Induced our friends to purchase stock and now we are asKing xne formed . regarding the development of th«.
has the general appearance of opening up public, our public, to purchase. When we first offered this stock it was quoted at 2 cents a share. Since that time it has risen In gentle steps up to tne present price 01 mine, whether It be favorable or otherwise. '
into an ore chute of good value. Jts value 10 cents a share. This price will end In a very short time. In fact, you have barely time to get In. -. * ■ 12. The books of the company are open a ;
"w VlimK 6 winze The Jreat value of this mine haa developed as the work of deepening the tunnels has progressed, and the outlook warrante the statement that It will be one of air times 1 for inspection b, r any st^kholder, ;,
W hTtunnll\ e bov? t u\^o^e? C the o^ pnc h h e oVu" the greates? of California great gold mines, a 'state that has produced $1,500,000 more gold thar ' J^^^Vo^Sfna^tmett'of stock less than 80000 shares. ar^ow*^ a^ovS? aTs^ 7 -' :
vein, preparatory to making the survey for It requires gold to dig gold, and the wty to get the gold Is In the sale of stock. We have remaining from the original allotment :° f B \ oC^ '"V-ks^lt w^lM If you '"• The Mount Whitney gold mine I. vein .'.:.
running the upraise through from the main when this Is sold It will be enough to carry en the development work to completion. We believe this stock will be disposed of In the next few weeks— it wm it you has feeen thoroughly teBted on tRe BUr f ace .
tunnel, this work will all be in ore which buy and yOUP friends buy. And keep in mind that the money you pay on your stock goes directly into the completion of the development of tnis great property. and ls now belng exp i ore( j at ■ depth, with/V.
■will be piled on the dump ready for milling Every word In this announcement we ask the privilege of verifying to your entire satisfaction. • i wonderful results. ■.'!■,'
or shipping if high grade enough, -which a We stand ready and willing to prove that there Tls no other Investment onportunlty within the reach of the readers of this paper that we know of anywhere near 15. The Mount Whitney gold mine orei
, dump to breast is 772 feet. I have maintained The Mt. Whitney property has three lateral tunnels In it, the two lower tunnels passing through two ore chutes of splendid strength and volume, tne assays dendg to Btock J o , derß- . v* B ..... . ... ; ,
an average of 100 feet per month with two going up to $450 a ton, the lowest being $12 a ton. ■ . . . .-.•'- '-, ■•'- • - v . . ■ x ' •■ • 1- .«„.... 16. On account of the favorable locatlor -
1 shifts of men. which I regard as. a little " The upper tunnel Is finished. It extends 180 feet. The center tunnel Is also finished, extending In 450 feet, and the work on the lower tunnel Is now in progress, the cost O f. developing and equipping, the, ;
more than ordinary work; the tunnel being •.. . -uifta of m«n worklna in the third or lower tunnel. >', . . ' . • . ;■-• ,': ' • Mount Whitney gold mine will be much lest*"
KoJS^sciM.S..^ and making 5t|2 ?%l -nd -ower &™*™^^™£™?]ttX™ ' th3t "° eXPen " "'" neC " Bary '" * M ° «? 0 " M ° "* "" °" ?° Sf.»So^ %£&: Gold " Mining
K^SSS^rl COmPl Sy°nra?Ss Is^^andra XX fuel and other uses, and .ow cost living, while the raHroad I. but a short distance from the —ny tf^*™™^ »£
cheapness with which It can be worked, very property. ; >' : . ■ • , , , '"_..' .. '. '. , , *~ nn nnnn .t. - ,1,,. n f .^h .h 9r . 18. Samples taken from the mine assayed
little shooting has to be done and. most of X r The Mt. Whitney Gold Mining Company is incorporated under the laws of the Territory of Arizona. The capital stock is $3,000,000, the par value of eacn snare $452.35 per ton. f , " • .-;. .- .
the ground sUnds without timbers., and belna $1 The stock is fully oaid up and forever non-assessable. . , . . .., - . 10. , We are willing to allow you tot make ' (
'Sited wufwl/te so^talry ffi amount Two-thirds of the stock'was placed. in the treasury and a' .United amount of this treasury stock is being sold to fully deve.op the property and the erection of a a^na^
81^ /^ conBiBtB of 200 acres, embracing a territory 8000 feet In width and a mile and one-ha.f long. Over 1000 feet of development work haa already been we may^verify, «^^ ele .,
, I would recommend sinking a winze on the done, and we should like to send you a photograph of the dump, showing over $100,000 now on the dump. i.«E| ■- ■ - jj . ' Co . 2 J: T T ab° b u ov m Statements are not -correct; =
cross vein to water level as soon as con- Some of OUP stockholders have been up to the property and Investigated for themselves. The President and Secretary of the Mt. Whitney Gold Mining Com-
venient and cross-cutting it again, as in my y reC ently visited the property, and we should be glad to send you a copy of their report after a two weeks trip of personal Inspection. .■ .£ —^; - . ney Gold Mining company's stock will; go. -
ieSeV^^^nTK^S S^SE'SSi! S^ls corporation is on an equal basis. There can.be no freezing out of the smal. stockholders, as the amount of stock V^M
paid us two visits this summer and fall. The Everything Is wide open and your fullest investigation Is solicited at all times. All we ask you to do is to investigate. If you investigate you will buy this stock and y o U l,ieep! They will grow rapidly 'in-: this .
•last one yeryjecently. He is^ more than tv«ry 1 q p , stockholdfers of the Wt. Whitney Gold Mining Company. ■ v ■ •*■ ;• =• .• M.w. .. famous , gold district. ;, ; /,
SWtha^w^^ wi'iSS? hTre Every "enterprise that we have financed has proven a financial success but we believe that there will be more money made by the stockholder, of Mt. Whit. Judgment «£^discern an "• gg^^Jnd .^
when developed. ■ ney than there will by any other stockholders of any other corporation in California. ■ . La««« the boldness to grasp it is tne wnoie secret
FrankUn Booth, the noted expert geologist- * Unlike a great many other companies and promoters, we are not guaranteeing dividends before they are earned, nor.are we giving you b«k your own money. _ remember chances y6u have had
mineralogist, also spent five days with us. " when the Mt. Whitney is on a dividend paying basis every one interested will get their pro rata share of the earnings. It Is not on a dividend paying basis to- "■ t T°»^ " ""^^Uon^andT™ ttat* you'"f
examining, sampling and assaying the differ- d if if were there would be no occasion to ask you to buy the stock. 1 . ' -.•■•■■ • ..,;••■ minepri thnw chunces Don't miss 'this— the
cnt ore bodies, which he will make a report day ' ,t, t is^eH for yoHo bear this fact in mln* when investing your money. Beware of the company or man who asks you to Invest your, money and guarantees you h^e oS > :™v™^™"'\
on to the company and stockholders. , • * . . ......>» ' , m ''tot o t a dollar un
; month r s eV for W thl £^ the itocSders* Your money ta needed in the Mt. Whitney Company to help erect and pay for the mill which will put the company on a dividend-paylng basis. . i^M^iS&'^.J^^^.
of which several have paid the mine a visit! We could not sell you this stock at 10 cents a share if the company was paying dividends now. . . „♦ ♦ ♦„„» „,.,„ „„ u,!in nn lar your servant for life-made it bring you
and wiU say that all went away feeling well The Mt. Whitney Company is an honestly managed and honestly conducted enterprise, and one that promises and assures big profits to those who are willing thousands more. But it s , pone - and , > ou ;
. satisfied with their Investment and wished to come In and assist in the completion of the development. ■ - . will, never see principal =or interest. .; Look ,
Sr^a^rV^H Tay^thaVlhe We are not promising anything that we do not fully believe that It will be possible to fulfill, and we wou.drather give you a great deal more than w e promise :
In^rr^^^r^^^^^^^ **" the Go.dfle.d property which the Mt! Wh.tney Go.d Mining Company has underbond and .ease. , ' , .;^^%Xl^ S^
are all that is needed or desired. The cony who has not heard of Goldfleld— the most wonderful of all Gold Camps in the world? ■ ' ■ iv ' , ... . .. ualllah i ho , d i no , ; of : Men of ten sit with their ; dishes ; ;
pany has a good assay ofltice well equipped, Mr. C. Oi Butler, President of the Mt. Whitney Company, has Just returned from a two weeks' special trip for the purpose of adding to the valuable holdings of v down -while It is raining money. After the.
so that! we know, where we are at all times, h | s company a property in Goldfield. This Is what he says: :;.'...: ;.'... : . ' . . / . . • . ■""■'■'. ' V ■■:.: -■■' j . • shower Is ! P as t« e y ■ wo ™ e^-'J*°» r^ y t J* 1 1 " i ;;
instead of trusting our work to outside par- "Conditions as I found them: In Goldfield are ample justification for the flood reports that have been given out from time to time, and being on the ground and not set any.^Now^tbe^°wer ;°' 8W«»»8 W «»» »«*
goo S a cTr and Ve ra a ir°trLrand b pTenty o? toZ examining the character and richness of the ore comingVom the producing mines, and the geology and format, on o f the country, It is my opinion that .IVwIII be.devel-
v^ k = d^m^ra^ 83 T' ** '^r.'u^Sl^^.^.S??*^ be cons.dered bonanza ore, wh.ie w.th.n a few of the surface ore has been ■■ I
l^S^ s raU^o^om=s^
being organized and operations actively of the great strikes. It is the opinion of many experts in the district that Goldfield will shortly have more producing gold mines' than, ; any other equal area in the The conditions, are^sc- favorable^ in^every ;
commenced in the Alabamas another hold- JJ o ™ . fl^* estimated that there are now upward of 20.000 people in the district, where fifteen months ago there were less than half a dozen. This alone is a splendid ,
■x^^^^^^^i^^^Si mSication of the permanency of the camp, for practical miners and business men do v not linger where values a^ - ffaiVlf keSmorthf.o^^^^'the wn.'^
to the public that vve are InasZdamln "As has often been said, Goldfield is a poor man's camp. It Is already responsible for several millionaires, who. went into the district with all their worldly pos- - tlnuo us: big: gold discoveries : and the addi- I
ing. district as there is in^ Cafifo?nia when sessions represented by a burro, bacon and flour, and thousands of others by fortunate investments In Goldfleld stocks have laid the foundations for a competence for ■.# tlonal testimony to greatness of her gold re- >
developed, and that the opening here for life, many of the stocks Increasing in value a thousandfold in a week. . . : _, ' , L * . § f - sources ' that an increasing force of pros-
the prospector and capitalist is excelled by "The areatest difficulty at the present time is the inadequate transportation facilities. When that condition Is disposed of, as it will be in the near future, I look pectors and mining men causes.. She is. the
none in the state. We have numerous small t0 see a production of gold from the district that will surpass anything of the kind In history." ' : • . , v . ' mOBt actt^? am p . n n'Y^n f^? the most ;
S ur h fa^e r Th^fsto a u r ndTo m d^^ Ths properties that we have under bond and leas e are not suburban ones, but are inline .with some of thos.e remarkab.e properties that are running rich In /■^^S^X^^.^&SSl
verns^'thlt' aw^^ith"^^^ 1 - 1^ cent put Into Mt. Whitney stock owns an interest in this new acquisition-and a good prospect In Goldfield may turnout equally as well « some of those d "^,f
1 wash that are easily opened up by a little mines which have produced ore worth $50 a pound. This is a matter that we will soop know, for work will begin this week on the new holdings In Goldfield.. v wer^ and destined to play great parts lh. ;
close prospecting or ditching across to find Read some of the remarkable statements in the two outside columns of this page. They pertain directly to the Goldfield and should convince that good claims tne future history, of not only the common-
them, as is done In every mining camp. i n this district are most desirable properties and that should you own stock In them It will be . wealth of : Nevada, but the \whole United
J. W. ONEY. >.■■••• .' ' . ■ ':•,*■ .States/ ' •', •' -' "• ■■• ■" ■'•' •'■-■'"•■■'. '^rV
« ■» -. 1... Manager at the Mines. • .*, ' . •. ' By owning Mount .Whitney, stock you have '
N«w Ttax I *. 1908. • «i v -T.>* t ' f\ - -'- •'■'••■ * #^ a. <^1_ " r '■•■•■■ a remarkable opportunity, to also ahareJlnr-
■.»■"«« Rare and Grand Opportunity to Snare •- ,\ ; %es3*:^
W. D.Mr« to can th. attention or our reader. ' * *.' : ' • ' / acquirement asked by everyooay js , now. ,
I^^^SHl m Favnrs in thp Npw Cold Coironda ioi^^s^^^^^M
■ J^^wW^^.J^c^r^^STn^ ■■' ' ■ I™. Patrick, lone of the owners ,of the Jan-;,
XU" h Thi.' . C .°a P «Sn y d.^ rniKof,,^? The price of the stock in this great combination of two properties today, is 10 cents per share, par value $1. It will remain at this figuti until January 14 at Ip.m.. §sw^ Mc^CdrVA/"^ Myers! ,s£&s.
S, nd HH t the ?i«l? 1 M. ha i'" 110 b ? nd^ Bnd sec '"-' tl " of ; ' . i : .: ' , , ■ ■ : ■•;, Murphy/. Harry Stimler. .;, William v Marsh ;
tb. T union. bc»id" ma"y- ff 0 U r?r e n^cSSuioS^Th" *» • » «»t«- \t w 11M1 1» :'* 'Harry . Ramsey; ; Uriah ■Curtis. : Roy ; Bidge f.
Kou»hw«tcrn Beourltjog oomr.any lxv acl.lov.d a L| a m a \ c \ \ I\\*\\ YAY A4 iM R€ /fXTI £h^r \M 1 1 1 KilV • '' " George Kernick. The miijority of these on-
ESSSSHSr ■ .Here. Is, What I our Pioney wm nuy. . .;, ■
flold Mlnlnsr company of California and Blib"".' <t 10 WILL "buy ■"'■iofl''sHAßCa"pAß VALUE S 100 *CASH I PAYMENT ONLY ACCEPTED. " , today, at ;$25,000; $25,000 to , Jl.ooo,ooo' respectively
Qulncy Copper company of Arizona, orisanlzatlon« • *10 WILL BUY IUU oMAKuS HAK VAUUb * IUU. wan KMTmcrMi unui «v*ucr 1 cw. They have also made money for their friends
S!eU^ W^A t u^W^s^«ft^ t S"»SJ| y 'Si • 25 WILL BUY 250 SHARES-PAR VALUE 250. $12.50 CASH, $12.50 30 DAYS. - /.. . oncand^off the field: .«' '^P^^-^
ffi^,a%oX^d\^ri^^^M ■ ■50 W.LL BUY 500 SHARESPAR VALUE 500. $10 CASH, $5 MONTHLY. , . » '
k ,n d^ar mL ,an 3 .n d cUy B ond 8.008 .Oot ob e, 19 0, 100 W.LL BUY 1000 SHARES PAR.VALUE 1000. $20 CASH, $10 MONTHLY^ . . ' , S ln SL\,raSln^;^
MONEY IS LOST 150 WILL BUY 1500 SHARES PAR VALUE 1500. $30 CASH, $15 MONTHLY. ' 'y'' ' B tandlng the^ fact that they have v seldom ,';
There was more money lost through the 25 ° WILL BUY 2500 SHARES PAR VALUE 2500. $50 CASH, $25 MONTHLY. C This history, we are aware, .reads'. like. a ;■.
failure of banks last year than has beei roo will riiv Rnoo shares par VALUE 5000 $100 CASH $50 MONTHLY falvy tale or a •' romance of some fabled El .
lost through mining investments during the WILL BUY oOOU &HAKfc& PAH VALUt suou. »iuu oasm, »ou iviuiNini-i. , Dorudo or Ophlr. but nevertheless tho state- *
for 190* show that tho™ lf you are t hlliki "3 <> f makln 3 an Investment of any kind at this time or In th e . near future fill out the coupon below and send to us today so that we canfurnlsh 1™;"^?$ $», c^lttonW.™"".;!
v were about 1000 failures among th» you the evidence and allow you to make a thorough Investigation of the properties. ...••.■'. ,_ ■■■ . '■■ M! • ■ ■.. \Z c oam p and the accomplishments of ..'<:>»
savings banks throurhout the country Understand that It takes $5 today to buy as much of this stock as $1 would have bought last July. We believe that It will take $25 to do the same amount of ; the men wno nave developed ', and ■ are ;; '*•:..
>^ and that about forty of the nutionai work If you wait much longer. _ . ' . } -. ' ' <„ developing- their • own properties ,:\'yT-Y\i i
j; J^X Entrance 503 Herman W. HeUman- Building Cwner F^^ ng Streets %|^^piiil|
<► '\ * '•/J^J^' ••./'•■., '-/'X^Ajv For the convenience of Our- Patrons we maintain open office on Monday and Saturday '■^^^^'•'^■^^■^^4^^^'^ ' ; :'.V\*r
LOS ANGELES HERALD: SUNDAY MORNING, JANUARY i, ifioj.