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Goldfield Market Letter, Dec. 31, 1906, p. 3

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round the Red King Company's lease and we believe it is only a question of a few weeks when regular shipments of high grade ore will be made from this property. This lease side-lines the Combination Mine and it is surrounded by such producers as the Mohawk and Jumbo properties. This stock is listed on the Goldfield Exchange and is selling at from 20 to 21 cents per share. For wire acceptance we will fill all orders at 20 cents net to the investor. We believe this stock will be selling at several times 20 cents per share in the course of the next 90 days and would advise immediate consideration of this stock for quick profits. NEVADA PEARL GOLD MINING AND LEASING COMPANY Capital stock 2,000,000 shares. Par value $1.00 each. Full paid and non-assessable. The Nevada Pearl Company owns the Matchless group of 5 claims lying within a mile of the town of Goldfield, and is, we believe, on the strike of the great Combination vein recently opened up on the Portland Goldfield Company's property. Assays from the shallow workings on the Matchless group give very good values, and the present indications are that only depth is necessary to break into the rich sulphide. In addition to the 75 acres owned by this Company, the Company has a lease on a block of ground of the great Combination Mine now paying $42,000 dividends monthly. This block is surrounded by other leasers that are maintaining a wonderful production of rich ore. The shaft on this lease is now down 80 feet and there is every reason to believe that when it has reached a depth of 150 to 200 feet, we think the Company absolutely sure of getting a great body of ore on this ground. The Nevada Pearl also has a lease on the Rabbit's Foot claim of the Palace Goldfield Company, adjoining the Great Bend mine, and the shaft is rapidly reaching the 100-foot point and it has every indication of opening up rich ore similar to that of the Great Bend, Daisy, Triangle and other mines of that same locality. There is every reason to believe that this proposition will be on a profit-making basis inside of five months, and there is hardly any question about opening up a gold mine on the Combination. Investors have three chances to win in this company. First, The Matchless Group, owned by the Company. Second, the lease on the Combination, and third, the lease on the Palace Goldfield group. If ore is struck on any one of the above, their stock will be worth many times



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