The Fortune Hunter

Produced by Suzanne Shell, Anuradha Valsa Raj, Tonya Allen
and PG Distributed Proofreaders

'You Can Be Worth a Million ... Within a Year'

THE FORTUNE HUNTER

By Louis Joseph Vance

Author Of “The Brass Bowl,” “The Bronze Bell,” Etc.

With illustrations by Arthur William Brown

1910

To George Spellvin, Esq.,

This book is cheerfully dedicated

CONTENTS

I. FROM HIM THAT HATH NOT

II. TO HIM THAT HATH

III. INSPIRATION

IV. TRIUMPH OF MR. HOMER LITTLE JOHN

V. MARGARET’S DAUGHTER

VI. INTRODUCTION TO MISS CARPENTER

VII. A WINDOW IN RADVILLE

VIII. THE MAN OF BUSINESS IN EMBRYO

IX. SMALL BEGINNINGS

X. ROLAND BARNETTE’S FRIEND

XI. BLINKY LOCKWOOD

XII. DUNCAN’S GRUBSTAKE

XIII. THE BUSINESS MAN AND MR. BURNHAM

XIV. MOSTLY ABOUT BETTY

XV. MANOEUVRES OF JOSIE

XVI. WHERE RADVILLE FEARED TO TREAD

XVII. TRACEY’S TROUBLES

XVIII. A BARGAIN IS A BARGAIN

XIX. PROVING THE PERSIPICUITY OF MR. KELLOGG

XX. ROLAND SHOWS HIS HAND

XXI. AS OTHERS SAW HIM

XXII. ROLAND’S TRIUMPH

XXIII. THE RAINBOW’S END

ILLUSTRATIONS

‘You can be worth a million … within a year’

‘You mean you’re going to work here?’

‘Four hundred dollars, mr. sheriff’

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