|(c)2001 L. Nollenberger|
The word was out in 1929 that silver was discovered in the town of Hornsilver. Miners poured into the small town, franctically searching for the precious ore. As the sliver finds dwindled, the town officals would change the name to Gold Point in hopes of stimulating the ecomomy. But soon the silver had all disappeared and all that was left was an old saloon selling five cent beer. But on and on the piano rolled, stirring minds to search for gold.