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Source Capital, Inc. Declares Quarterly Distribution on Common Stock

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The Board of Directors of Source Capital, Inc. (NYSE:SOR), today
declared a regular quarterly distribution of 25 cents a common share,
payable September 15, 2018, to shareholders of record as of the close of
business August 31, 2018.

Source Capital, Inc. is a closed-end investment company managed by First
Pacific Advisors, LLC.

About Source Capital, Inc.

The Fund (www.fpa.com)
is a diversified, closed-end management investment company seeking
maximum total return for shareholders from both capital appreciation and
investment income to the extent consistent with protection of invested
capital. Its shares are listed on the New York Stock Exchange under the
symbol "SOR." The Fund is managed by First Pacific Advisors, LLC.

For investor questions, please contact:
1-800-982-4372

You should consider the Fund's investment objectives, risks, and
charges and expenses carefully before you invest. You can obtain
additional information by visiting the website at
www.fpa.com,
by email at
crm@fpa.com,
toll free by calling 1-800-279-1241 (option 1), or by contacting the
Fund in writing.

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