That no one shall be JeftmV ignorance' is now the- purpose
of the citizens of Nerada. Every.meanslwill ,be tak^n tn 'ahpt^mf*
the public tsoA.. all • lhf» n^rrrr^ of'ihcSiate: \u25a0'"'' ' * Li - — - 5J
The names of Nevada' mining camps, of recent origin, have
already become world famous. , More millions may be produced'
by any of them than made for the Comstock lode a place in his
tory. Not even a mining expert can make an estimate which may
not be largely .exceeded in realization.
Men who are familiar with Nevada have written articles for
this edition of The Call. Governor John Sparks arid United
States Senator Nixon are among- the contributors. Governor
Sparks declares that permanent prosperity has ' come to Nevada,
and that bettered conditions are permanent. He speaks fromin-'
timate knowledge of all the facts, as the State's chief executive.
.What he has written is worthy of the attention of every thought-
Governor Sparks believes -in a great future for Nevada,;
and gives cogent reasons .for his belief. Not less cogent is Sen-
aior Nixon. Others add- facts that, collectively,, constitute a great
story of natural resources and vast prospects. " .
Mining men and capitalist s hold the opinion that • Governor.
Sparks is correct. In pursuance of this, they.- have already^ invest-;
ed millions of dollars, and these millions are but the forehnmers;
of even greater investments -when all the facts are known.
THE story of the great resources of the opulent State of Ne
vada is told in The Call this morning. Nevada is amazing
the world with its wonderful discoveries of minerals. Many
millions in gold have been taken from Nevada's mines. Incal
culable wealth, embodied in its auriferous rocks, still remains to re
ward the enterprise that seeks it. ;
Storylvbf. .Wealth and
Admiration of |h||§^^^^j|||
Mines Rich Beyorfd Calculalion^Hold
the Promise of a Gj^^Ffiture.
Opinion of ' Cover nor^arks. Secures In
dorsement:ia Strongest Manner.
OPULEN T: NpADA- : D
SAN - FRANqSCOv^TUESDAYV^ MAY^23^I9OS.
NEVADA is witnessing the dawn of a new era. Many causes !
are contributing ; to bring about a great degree of prosper- "
< ; ity for the Sagebrush State. • Agriculture and stock raising,
the large increase of population that will attend mining and -the >
- irrigation of lands now arid, the 'construction of railroads and the j
\u25a0 opening up of ; new. sections,; with additional mineral and trade de- .
•: v§lopments, r are among the factors of progress. Great as thepres- ;
;-ent looks, the future' bids fair to far surpass it
More energy and enterprise are observable in Nevada than at
any time for many years. Men of money and men of brains from
all parts of the world are flocking into the State with confidence
that is based upon experience and trained business judgment.
Towns are springing into existence' where, until now, '.there >
have been only deserts. No condition that 'makes for splendid suc
cess for Nevada is Jacking. • '
r The climate of /Nevada is .'favorable for.the development of '.
a strong race of men arid .women, .who will work wonders with'
'; the* rich- opportumties that nature affords. Lands. that have been \u25a0
considered waste ; are found to be^prolific in minerals; soils that
haye^ borne . only_. sagebrush will^bring forth* rich agricultural •
. crops. < The^- present ; activities . are ) I but the beginning. -** - At last ;
Capitalists Invest Their Millions in Be|
lief Returns Will Be Good I
Prosperity Attends Forward March -of
Fabulously Rich Commonwealth:
New Mining Gamps^and Irrigation Are
Factors in Vast Development
NEW ERA DAWNS
ON LAND OF GOLD
The San Francisco Call.
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