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Goldfield Market Letter, Dec. 31, 1906, p. 1

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POST OFFICE BOX 511 MEMBERS ROOMS 15-16-17 POST OFFICE BUILDING COLORADO SPRINGS MINING STOCK EXCHANGE THE C.P. CAMBELL CO. BANKERS AND BROKERS MINES AND MING INVESTMENTS COLORADO SPRINGS, COLO., DECEMBER 31, 1906. GOLDFIELD MARKET LETTER THE DESIRE TO MAKE MONEY QUICKLY, ALSO TO GET RICH EASY is the uppermost thought in the minds of the investor, and in the scramble for wealth, thousands of people throughout the United States are investing their savings in all manner of propositions. Because of the improved facilities for the handling of ores, as well as the rapid building of railroads throughout the western states, the mining industry is probably attracting more eastern money than ever before in its history. There is no doubt but what mining offers greater opportunities for the average investor, providing of course that their money is placed in legitimate and responsibly handled properties. Attention has been turned in the last few months to Goldfield, Nevada, on account of the very rich gold mines opened up at that point. Probably the greatest gold mine ever discovered in the world is the Mohawk, located at Goldfield. This property, since the 18th day of April, 1906, has produced in eight months $5,250,000.00. The writer has recently returned from Nevada, and after looking over the Goldfield enterprises, is satisfied that the real development of this district has just begun. The recent activity on the Goldfield Mining Stock Exchange and the rapid advance in prices, has been the means of making fortunes for those who were wise enough to invest in the legitimate enterprises and very few have failed to make handsome profits.



Goldfield Market Letter, Dec. 31, 1906, p. 1
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