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The Rush to the Great La Paz Gold Fields in Western Arizona —^Is Now On^^ ... ■ The Government Has Established a New Boundary Line, Throwing the Famous Placer Fields Open. GET IN ON THE GROUND FLOOR. DO IT NOW. The New La Paz Gold Mining Co. Will Sell $35,000 Worth of Stock in Its Valuable Mines, AND NO MORE. WE OWN THE PROPERTY. THE GOLD IS THERE j 20,300 Shares of the First Block Have Been Subscribed Within 8 Days [ Only 29,700 Shares of First Block Remain When Stock Advances 5 Cents Per Share WE DO (NOT OWE ONE DOLLAR. IT IS A PROVEN MINE RIGHT NOW AND ALWAYS WILL BE. IT HAS YIELDED MILLIONS. GOLD IS THE ONE GREAT STANDARD OF VALUE THROUGHOUT THE WORLD. i inm „ It is the great basis of material WEALTH. It is the one great commodity that commands A READY MARKET, and the DEMAND WILL ALWAYS EXCEED THE SUPPLY. We invite you to co-operate with us not in a speculative GOLD MINING ENTERPRISE but in A BONA FIDE GOLD MINING INVESTMENT. ; .„•,.„„ .__ 'J We believe that seldom before has, a mining enterprise been presented to the public WHICH guarantees to its investors such nattering returns, with speculative features practically eliminated. Kead caretuiiy the touowing I' resume of the famous La Paz Placer Fields: ' _ . The property of the New La Paz Gold Mining Company em- USED FOR THIS PURPOSE AND THIS PURPOSE ALONE. . . — . 4 braces the great gravel fields and gulches of the early producing The balance of the stock has been pooled and placed in escrow in These '' $TV 4, ITT * a days, and consists of the La Paz, Esther, Velasco, Arizona and La the FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF LOS ANGELES, CAL., with *liesc h 1 infi T W QIT Dura. The company also owns one pumping station on the Colo- the stipulation that no stock other than as authorized as herein men- /~^^.^^A. I I /till I f f till. rado river. . tioned shall be sold or offered for sale for a period of six months. § -g-iTjPf}T 1 The property, after a long and thorough examination, was pur- We are offering this stock on the following terms: \J A vUI I TV T A chased by O. L. Grimsley and G. A. Scroggs, M. D., who have thus FIRST 50,000 SHARES AT 25 CENTS A SHARE. I I IA it* far expended upward of $35,000. It was first recommended to Mr. SECOND 50,000 SHARES AT 30 CENTS A SHARE. |M fh />£**• I JL/U 1 1 Grimsley in 1904 in Denver, and after several trips he closed out his THIRD 50,000 SHARES AT 35 CENTS A SHARE. £ iCt^/V/i .1 interests in Nevada and gave exclusive attention to the La Paz One-third of the subscription may be paid down and the balance | 1 \T properties, purchasing certain rights while the property was still in THREE equal monthly payments. '■^. ■_,•_-_■•; P V^t 1 J^, i l\ fl W embraced within the reservation on the chance that ultimately it BEAR IN MIND THAT ONLY $35,000 WORTH OF STOCK. 1^ IP I li Q I 11U YV would be thrown open WILL BE SOLD, AND EVERY DOLLAR OF THIS AMOUNT 1 IUIVIO j U OVER $2,000,000 HAS BEEN TAKEN FROM THE PROP- WILL BE APPLIED TO THE WORKING OF THE PROP- I ERTY, erty. Have Been Tied Up | r\i 1 4 j r»TTD F"WrTNJI?I?WSI RFPHIIT All subscriptions for stock must be paid, and all stock certifi-« . ' , 1 Stock Adances our engineer s report cates shall be sued at offices of THE NEW LA PAZ GOLD , n the H n^«,w» x «.«*• -w-^w Samples from 30 different places on three of the claims only, i. c., MINING COMPANY. • - JL . I XT x \\T 1 La Dura, Velasco and Arizona,, one foot each of gravel, give $2.80 HERE IS AN OPPORTUNITY THAT YOU CANNOT f^ftinninn KIVPf I JNeXt eCK . per cubic yard. Measurements and surveys show upward of 1,300,- AFFORD TO OVERLOOK THE OFFICERS AND DIREC- f VJUIUIUUU XVI T V/l 1 000 yards of gravel, or $3,640,000. TORS OF THE NEW LA PAZ GOLD MINING COMPANY Tn/Uon 1) ncor ., Q i j£E\ S\> *->i In addition we have 320 acres, which includes some of the fa-. ARE GENTLEMEN OF FINANCIAL STANDING AND UN- lllUldll IVCOCI Yd" Ir% 111 1 *^<*,m.A-r** ' mous rich gulches where great quantities of coarse gold and nug- IMPEACHABLE ITEGRITY, WHOSE PROMINENCE AND a. £. f\ E /111 id~*n! lC & ets have been found, and which in addition contain upward of QUALITIES ARE SUCH AS TO GUARANTEE THE STABIL- tlOIl lOr UVGf i fad \f \_>^/JIJ.LC/ 5,000,000 yards of gravel, carrying from three to five dollars per fry AND MERIT OF THE COMPANY. I yard. The most conservative estimate, however, gives the latter Full '"*»' an( j information may be had at the offices of the Vt\l+\T V^CirO claims a VALUE IN EXCESS OF $15,000,000. %4 i\t*T\T V DQfC lOn the Dollar pmy T£JfSi^Srr^. tl3 »- New La Paz Gold Mining Company -rUriy I tJdFJ) | _„___ part thereof for the purpose of installing the plant and commenc- 304-307 Merchants Trust Bldg., Cor. Second and Broadway. m*mamSMmmm—^mmmmmmmm&' • HH—HIMIIUII I— ■ SB^SOKSmmK BT ing act i ve operations, all money received for the sale of same to be Phones Main 3883, A 3303. Los Angeles. Here Is a Gilt Edge Mining Security. A Guaranteed Dividend Payer Stock That Is Now Selling for 25 Cents a Share Will Advance to $1.00 Within Six Months *^ . EXPERT'S REPORT i~, -■-,, . .... ..,,^,.,., : . ~L~-^m '. —- —-->■■■-■» —3 — \ HpSoffl i 4' The following letti risby on ' the most competent and reliable mining SSfefc W&&S/jKjKEjEms!lt&'-]M i ■■• ' *'*k • experts of the ■ t WtM " ' < 1 ' i*|i* *« M? ' Maine, Ariz., May 29, 1910. Kp, , • vjfjfea raijH|; 'MUtSitffc'- &-. The New La Paz Gold Mining d>., Los Angeles, Cal. Bite . « • 1' . , A *r£M ' 'Wmß/afL, >.'* • Gentlemen: Replying to yours of recent date, in which you ask my opin- Rs^ ' & T^l ifWiffftßll -'M - »,, I lon of the La Paz placer district, will say that I spent four months in the EV , , *-«§*« BK, IS>' 5 lahH district, in which time I prospected and examined the ground thoroughly. Bfcjf yftajJß#' mKnfifc jK &■ After I had gone over it 1 became convinced that there was not a gulch BSLife.j nfjaffr B^^LJJ^ "r bar in the whole district that would not pay to sluice, while of course I'J^jWi thero are some that are much belter than others. fll&* The formation of the ground is sand, rough and broken gravel and de- 8aa1,&.,A *-'-^SS composed porphyry, with very large boulders. It Is ideal ground for sluicing. K|tfs?ij%s I am thoroughly acquainted with the particular gulches which you con »^^^^%^^^^^^^pS^^^^^S^^^^^^^^»f/^ - '**I*&J template working in the near future, and will say right here that they and BKiH» *'••-, -> '^WM. W'W^, Mfcf among the cHoice pieces nf Kmund in the district. They lay right bolow and r ; ',*%&>" ", <J-^*v, fy* l^m::Ci '''"''^^M^^^^^^^^^'^^M^ *"" '^m! adjoining the "Goodman" mine, Which has been famous as a gold producer i^^^^^^^^t^^^» *'' !.5U'-*"'' i'iM««# fe#gK&r^S>F W^^JKp, for ovtT a scon- of years. • ' H^^^PpKH^PPi^i#^-'%." i ','■ '^^Pf^PiP* 4 m?WmM^ t fjl' * •/ •.'%*■■*&& I prosp.-eti-il and sampled tlm gravel both on the surface and on bed-rock, WpMmQmm "" r/ ""^ZfAM^ \ *Bsji* *-' -«^H^HpPPPPß^^i^il ? %*l and found that it carries values in gold of from three to five dollars per yard. K^S*stf%#'Jll - *s*«^" y"^^^^^*« Wmrfii^^S^iS^^m^^^m '»j V" %'u t . depth of the gold-bearing gravel Is from one to twenty feet. While , i .«^?it:.''"V^f.-^ MI JSHI BllllMm>iTiT tvW'^^^f^'l^mmll^in^W^^rW^WT^B^^^ I have never made ar, accurate measurement of the ground 1 would say that ■Hpr .'M':**^ , '\'few*« S'*l^* i^JfWKi, WTIF nrttSml''inTi - "tP^^^T^^P^P^FW^^^BHK y°u <-:i^il>- base two million cubic yards of gravel on the upper three claims, j,,^ WW||» ,' . \"> \ , v -ft "'■-■' ,' ' HP^4ftiSS^2^iißl^mJr^!*WSK^^K&'. viz.: V.-lase,,, La Dura anjl Arizona. *£m tj. ■ ..«; !iv;:.»- " -J^ IS/ -%t i i* .J.|l.J.'|ilW ' > .'' '^®m?M 9 J &&%*!&& leal Taking it as a whole, ( |uality water. I will «ay that without a doubt you W&k' '-v*, S ' mm?Wpsms?^*ms& L»X "^rfw^rV^S* * >■■<"<■ % < "'Sgf'mW^W^'J''" <- smKm \<--A working and accessibility to water, I will say that without a doubt you j*LdtMßPfeiK:^ ~~ * '; ' J^:^;'gnti;*^^i^.||BL/a '^ M:< luivp one of the besl propo: itions that I know of. _ pHSSw'^ •'" |*y .' ' :~' t*MMpotsffi%\*. kf'*»y,^.,~j ■■; L^j^^f '&&^4ssMm years, when the Indiana and Mexicans worked it .with hand pans without rl^<wS>^VTi^'' %**'/*f"?^*'i' - * * I «i««^<•<'/** '■^""hif^^^^r^^^- water on amount of its being in the Colorado Kiver Indian K.servation. J&H ■-'*PHik» I) &§£, - :*"' * :; < :;' ,s( **r^*'5K***rT ''".,. .■- 'U"W$. a is tr"ct Made 19th°e tin L'overnment ran a permanent line, leaving the placer M^^Ji^^Mt^^i'M'M^ * ■*'•-' i **-* v"%;'* a . -'iJ^^^lil district outside the reser\atlon, giving people a chance to work the platers. IkP^--^ ••/*''"'*" '"S^^^tw W**' '• * y ■■ "\3m With modern methods and an assurance that the government will not in- &£*»*^<?s>»V i PoJ^ml^«/f ** .'* > «***». -' l'H' <*. V^^^" . • |g>«* - , - _„, -; < •'" ■'*.' .. '" ' '*,Mma terfere this will become one of the greatest gold producing districts of the )^m^^m^m^>^&MmWm^^XmMM,iM^^W^S^ <^<m,'->f._j —^_— i'l \ ■"" """"' '" ''' ' mmmmmmmmmmmmmmm , , , , '"" '" "" »——»—"M'lrllMWiWlTl" country not barring the famous districts of Alaska, which have produced • , millions'. Yours very truly, g p QUERNSEY , | (Signed) .___ S. D. GUERNSEY. | REMEMBER-AFTER THE FIRST $12,500 WORTH IS SUBSCRIBED, STOCK WILL BE ADVANCED 20c ON THE DOLLAR. WE REPEAT, INVESTIGATE OUR OFFER-DO IT NOW. New La Paz Gold Mining Company ™=r L,H..»L,,..=.,,,. i .,c.:, 191° I Capital Stock $1,000,000. Fully Paid-Non-Assessable 304-307 Merchants Trust Building, ■* ' ' LOS Angeles, Cal. Q f GRIM.SI.XV. Pn-sldent and General Manager. ( O. I-, GIIIMSI.KY. FRED C. SHI[-RTI.KI I , M. 1). I hereby subscribe for shares of the capital stock of the /"fcl?I?I/TD O 1<; *• BCKOGOS, M. l)., Vice l're». and Treasurer. • T^TIJ FPTHP C ) (i- '*• lOBOao*< M- D- s" if' <;i■kknVkv New La Paz Gold Mining Company at 25c per share, and inclosed herewith v/l*.r lv>ill/r\.iJ \k. t. BAILEY, Secretary. LJM.J\.Ej\J X \JS\.iD \ j.'jt. JOHNSTON. K. C. AUSTIN. " please find $ as payment therefor. I hereby promise ( o. V. BATON, Attorney. v JOHN T. BILL. B. G. ABKKCUO.mbie, jr. to remit balance of t du< on purchase of said stock within -.«•»•_«• *•• 'ays from date hereof. , Depository First National Bank of Los Angeles > x Signed Address -----''''-''''-''''-''-'-''''''-- General Offices—3o4-307 Merchants Trust Building,"Los Angeles, Cal. General Offices—3o4-307 Merchants Trust Building, Los Angeles, Cal. LOS ANGELES HERALD: FRIDAY MORNING, JIM: IT, 1010.