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The Almighty's Bank Roll

The game on the desert is to make money. Get-rich-quick schemes find ready supporters, and their confidence is backed by a weight of precedent which makes the idea anything.but visionary. Men have made fortunes mounting into the millions of dollars, in a single day. Men are making fortunes at the same rate. Men will continue to make fortunes, and that in the desert, and with no less rapidity than in the past. There is no reason to believe that the mineral wealth of Nevada has all been discovered.

The copper deposits of Greenwater have been discovered and opened up within the last six months. The importance of the state in the mining world has been developed entirely within the last six years. At present there are only a few thousand mining men in the whole expanse of desert and .mountain. Could these men discover, locate and open up in six years the wealth which is scattered over hundreds of thousands of square miles of country, unknown, impassable in many cases, without the best of facilities and surrounding the newcomer with the most terrible hardships? The answer to the question is evident. There are miles upon miles of the desert plain and mountain which have never been trod by man. These miles of undiscovered country contain the same wealth in the same environment as those which have already given wealth to the discoverers.

It is absurd to think that there are not fortunes still in the country greater than any which have been found. Get busy. The game on the desert is to make money. It is here. Men with brains and brawn and a willingness to work can get it: They are doing so daily. There is no limit. Bet your stack against fortune. You are running the game and therefore the percentage is in your favor. You can buy chips in this game for a small consideration of time and energy, and you can cash them in for millions. Get busy. The house never loses, and if you start the game you run the house. Get the goods. There is a demand for all.

You can't break the dealer. God Almighty is holding the bank roll in the shape of the minerals which he placed in the desert. He won't break. There is no limit. The game on the desert is to make money. It is here. Get busy.
ecology: wildlife - plants - geography: places - MAPS - roads & trails: route 66 - old west - communities - weather - glossary
ghost towns - gold mines - parks & public lands: wilderness - native culture - history - geology: natural features - comments

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