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Your La£t Chance at One Cent a Share
Stock Advances to 10 Cents a Share Nov. 1, 1906
An Opportun/ty You Have Never Had Before Awaits You
Palmeto Gold Quartz Mining Series of Big Ledges How We Intend to Pay for it
C ITIDanV of Nevada On IHIS pr ° perly there afC a SefieS ° f big In order to raise lhe necessary cash for the
y ledges running parallel from five to fifty feet purchase of this property I have decided to
Main office, Riverside, California. The wide, and just think of surface assays, not one se u enough o f t h e promotion stock for one
officers and directors of this Company will be or two, but over thirty different ones, running / cent a share to pay for the property. Most
elected by the stockholders holding the pro- on an average from eight to fifteen dollars. o f this stock has already been subscribed by
motion stock on November Ist, 1906, at The ore is identical in character to that found prominent people of Los Angeles and sur-
Riverside, Cal. This Company is to be in- in the main shaft of the Golden Chariot. rounding towns, thus leaving but 250,000
corporated under the laws of the state of shares at one cent per share to be sold be-
Arizona. Capital stock 1,500,000 shares, par Why We Can get this Property fore November Ist, 1906, in lots from 1,000
value One Dollar each. Now where the most important parl comes shares up. Remember, this stock will not
in with most all good claims the parties who onl y be sellin g for 50 cenls a sha^, but 1 can
Three Full Claims find them are most generally poor miners or safely say it should be paying dividends in
The Palmeto Gold Quartz Mining Co/s prospectors and have no money to work the 6 to 8 months from date,
property will consist of three full claims, is property and have to sell at the other man s ''■ .' - _ .
Lted about thirty miles west of Goldfield price or it is never worked. * Option Expires November First
and about ten miles from the new branch of After having this property examined and
the Tonopah and Tidewater Railroad now Why this is the best Proposition finding it as represented I made an offer on
building. A i • t .1 •• i the property which offer was finally accepted
5 And again my reason tor saying this is be- v v j j y
yond a doubt the best proposition 1 ever saw and l haVe an °P lion on lhe mine which ex "
Tho Lyda Queen, a Neighbor, is that the company will not have to raise an P ires ovem cX ' 190 '
. -^ , / r^ enormous amout of cash to put up mill as we
Has About One and One- have a fine custom mill only four miles away <jqq per cent p ro fi t [ n 30 Days
Half Miles of Under- with a good wagon road which means only '
about 1 00,000 shares of the treasury stock at Remember the treasury stock of this com-
grOUnd Work sto 1 0 cents a share wi n have l 0 be so y t0 pany will be pnt on the market within thirty
put the mine on a paying basis and paying ays rom ae '
.To the west of our property lies the Lyda .. ,
Queen Mine now working in quartz from $50 be Listed On L. A. Exchange
to $300 and have over one-half miles of un- • II # . £iL r\/l*
derground work done, the stock in this com- HlStoty ot the Mines Every possible effort will be made to have
pany can not be bought, they have about The output of the camp would be nearly the company list the stock on the Los Angeles
$60,000.00 in the treasury and at present ' impossible to estimate, there being a number Exchange, thus making a ready sale for it at
are building a twenty stamp mill, thus making of mines well equipped with mills and turning time.
our property more valuable. °« l bullion every day « and abo^ thlrl y dlffer -
ent properties in process of active develop- Q Q^ Q f Development Work
CL' * (tO nnfinn (^S* ment - There are innumerable young com-
Shipping $Z,UUU.UU ure panics siarting work _ n a| , d; The cost of developmen( work of , hese
, .1/^ll f . ft ' nc properties would be rather hard to estimate
On the east lies the great mine the Gold- rections. , . i l v j l -i
.... at present, but 1 should recommend the sink-
en Chariot which i, £ h, F p.ng ore runn.ng all Considering it A absolutely a free mill- ing o f a shaft 200 ft., then I should drift to
the wayfrom $100.00 to $2,000.00 per ton. |£ propositiun , and the bullion is sent to catch the other |ege , thereby opening up bolh
many places, and b\' private methods, I i j «.i 1 v
r»io*no*lI # L • ledges with one ore shart.
Stork Still Soaring rilSll may say it is nearly impossible to estimate , _. r , ',••';: > t • :
kJl^ck iJLlll uuainig i xigii J / ' : The cost of the development to this extent
Jthe output of bullion lrom this district.
And another neighbor, the Great Palmeto would be approximatelj; as follows:
r^ ,„ „ .... , , i l io _ Tpv-mQ ff n y PiirrnaQ^ nr Stnrk • 200 foot fimftut $11.00 u foot $2,200.t)0
Death Valley Mine, whose stock has been 1 eOTIS TOr rurcnase OrOIOCK. m i( (ll ift at ;7; 7 00 H f(10t ' 700.007 oo.OO
soaring 1 high since the first pick. 10 per cent cash, balance Nov. 1, 1906. - 15h - l»- d"ubl« cylinder 1.0i.t > I.L'QW .
Total Cost $4,100.00
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032 Seventh St., Riverside, Cal. . 032 Seventh St., . . ;
Unclosed find check tor f 10 per cent of E3 FR CD PK E! FR Uiveraidi', Cal. V
amount lor filiareM of the Palmeto Giild Kindly send me more infoimation in reference ;-]v';
Quartz Mining Co. to be incorporated under the \^ # 7th St., Riverside, California to Tahneto Gold Quartz Mining Company. v \'
laws of the stale of Arizona. I will pay $ *' ,
balance November Ist,; 1000. Reference: Citizens' Bank Name ' j
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