Canada: The Campbells Are Coming

The logical end for a prospector — in the opinion of husky, handsome George Campbell — is in the poorhouse. But Prospector Campbell is a living refutation of his own logic: twice in his 47 years he has struck it rich in Ontario's rugged gold country.

. The first time, as a mere tyke of ten, he split with his elder brothers and an in-law a claim which sold for $5,000,000. George lost most of his share in a wheat pool during World War I.

Now he had another fat poke. He had just sold a claim to Campbell Red Lake Gold Mines...

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