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j ll YOUR LAST CHANCE 1 I
:;i TO GET STOCK AT TWO CENTS A SHARE j
j Is slipping away from you, as the offer may be withdrawn at any moment. I
Scores have taken advantage of the offer; why don't you? If you take stock I
'. and we strike it rich, as we confidently expect to do, you will share with us I
", in the distribution of wealth; if you let this opportunity pass, you'll not be "in it." I
, ; p The Goldfield-Guerdon Mining Company, & I
: --j Which has now been fully organized, owns three claims in the heart of the great I
:j Goldfield District sixty acres of Mineral Land, through which a four foot 1
V; lede of Gold-bearing quartz extends, the formation being ryolitic porphyry. I
What a Weil Known Salt Laker Says: I
" Your ground, in my opinion, is located in one of the best parts I
of the Goldfield district, and if you have a quartz ledge showing I
, ;'i '" s on the surface which I understand you have you are fully justi- 6 ' I
:,;! " fied in developing it. -VIVIAN P. STRANGE.
l We Have the Surface Showing and are now Sinking on the Ledge. I
!';fj WHAT OTHER NOTED EXPERTS SAY: I
,' A GOOD GAMBLE. SIGHTS SET YOU WILD. I
i ! ftm absolutely astounded at what I have soon. Naturally, ' 'In my career ns a mining man I have visited and examined
. '' II I came liorowith somo prejudice as my mining lias beon largely properties in all sections of the country and Mexico, but until I
,': I in the Colorado Held, and there mining is of an entirely different ffil$J& ?SSS5SS I
!, II character, icquiring expensive equipment and heavy outlay. ti,ero which sot you wild. I have examined the outcrops, tlio
, Hero I And that the poor man has nearly oqual advantages with ledges and many of the mines, have taken individual samples
II tho capitalist. From the grass roots clown nearly all of tho mines and have made Innumerable pannings and the results almost H
.,-, II pay handsomely, while tho genoral formation and softness of drove mo wild. As to thepormancy of the field, there is no ques-
';', rock requires only conscientious labor as against expensive ma- tion in my mind, and I believe that only the surface has been H
! '' chinory with uh I consider both Tonopah. and particularly snr.itched. There will be mineral in paying quantities in those
1 ' Ooldllold, a 'good gamblo,' and believe that tho era of their pros- hills after the present generation is gone. It is the great futuro H
y pority has only begun." Thomas F. Walsh, of Ouray, Colo., in gold camp of tho ,orld."-J. W. Bonson, Mining Expert in H
j1 , Desoret Nows. Dooret News H
, ! TO GET DOWN TO THE GOLD AND TAKE IT OUT, WE NEED MORE MONEY, I
V(:V and that is the reason wc offer you stock in the company at Two Cents a share. The company is incorporated for $1,000,000
); t in 1,000,000 shares of ONE DOLLAR PAR VALUE, 500,000 of which are set apart as a working capital.
rj i FULL PAID AND NON-ASSESSABLE I
'.- ' Little Money Brings Big Returns.
!' ,, THe Price of ,hc $ Jg g '000 jta parr value $ ,000 whmmrhig values
i- ' stock will be ad- $ 50 will buy 2500 shares, par value, $ 2500 are struck which is
'. " vanced as soon as a $100willbuy 5000 shares, par value, $ 5000 a certainty) the
U mrtnm nnmhpr nf $200 will buy 10000 shares, par value, $10000 . ,
' . certain numocr or Vast res0urces and giant possibilities are open to you stock may be entire-
. ihnrri arr told' but through an investment in this stock. Let your idle dollars u, ,uua-...
. . . snares are soia, oui multiply while you sleep. They will rapidly multiply in this ly withdrawn.
. ' famous gold district.
: ' ' Send Checks and Orders for Shares to BENJAMIN T. LLOYD, President,
i. The GoldfieldGuerdon Mining Co.,
i$ Phones, 989-x Bell, 2379 Ind. 323 D. F. WALKER BUILDING, SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH.
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