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satisfactory explanation of why you want io come'back and stay. The glorious sunshine and abso-. Int.! purity of the air Is believed by m a n v to be a solution: while others claim that the profound stillness stillness nr the very bigness causes the loneing tn return I havn seen the barren regions of Australia and Africa Africa and t h n creat plains of Ilns- flia. but never was inoculated by the desert hug until I reached Southwestern Arizona. There Is is a modern hotel, a road some twentv miles long skirting the rim of the gorge. In natural scenery nave seen the Alps, the mountains, takes and forests at New Zealand. the Hallapais and NavajoB. About KHI acres of corn is now under cul- I tivation. and watermelons and peaches peaches grow in abundance, the latter forming a Perfect jungle along the Niagara'Falls'"Yeilo~v Stone. Sequoia oj-cck banks. So unappreciative are and Yosemite'Parks. I have seen the they of their value that the timber Inland sea of Alaska, its great gla- i s used for fuel and fencing. The ciers. lofty peaks and mighty rivers; valley which the villagers dwell Is a way of describing them about four miles lone, extending ··· ..u,. words to give an accurate f rn ra the h»ad of Cataract creek to description ot this Great King of the falls below. It varies in widtn Gorges is not in the English vocabu- f r o m a quarter to one-half mile and some hundred and t h i r t y miles ofi] a r y ,\ n attempt at describing Cata- i uo walls of the canyon raise to a _.. _ - . . . . Canyon, one of several hundred perpendicular height of nearly 3,000 that lead ( 00 [. made on u u t vi!ry £ c w of their number have my first visit ovnr a third of a cen- c vcr been out of this place and know 'urv atro to the Phoenix Gazette: n f no country, no land, and no home Leaving the crescent little citv of [ u t t |, c valley of this narrow canyon. Flagstaff, with all its life and gaiety . rrie 30 n | s very r j c h and prolific behind, your correspondent, in coma coma n ( j w ijen the cold blasts of winter oany with a representative of the SW eep over the mountains above, the Now York Sun. followed the trusty supais are in their fairy summer pack horse in the dire section o£ the |. 1]u j Cn j 0 ying a tropical climate and unexplored regions ot Coconino for- p nl . sn ipi n p the .sun, their ackuowl- desert to Gila Bend and the Olllcppie D?.m. At this point a man has constructed a dam across the Oila river and has now in a single field ten thousand arcos in a splendid splendid crop of rotton Thnenlx Arlington, Once Adobe Town Hassayampa and Buckeye Buckeye u r n next .in line, each in a rich a y r i f ' U l t u r e couniry. It snems not RO long ago. t h a t I remember Phoenix Phoenix as a small Mexican town, built up with adobe shacks. It. is now a rlty w i t h n i l t h e metropolitan airs. United States Reclamation Service construction of the Boosevelt stor- ni" dam. the lurirest. irrigation project project in the world, has brought under under a high state of cultivation 300.00(1 300.00(1 ncres nf rich land A thousand miles of m a i n canals serve farms t h a t supv.ort a population n h o u l 100,000. The roads through t h e Salt Tiiver Valley are all paved. An hour's ride t h r u TTnne find Mesa a n d we there is all but baby canyons or stringers into the main canyon was Ray Stevens, Imperial gin. located and closed reopen this management of Teddv All three refining any notion daily and nieht Picking in well under opening earlier g i n n i n edged God. During onr slay we vi?it' d the falls ists. Grand Canyon and Supai vii- lises. Three days' riding througt the San Francisco mountains via Hull's al tllc ] nwor c( ]g(, O f the village. Here ranch and Mesa Dutte, brought us to , )lc sr .(, nery j s su b]imo in the ex- thc ndge of what is marked on Ihe lrema _ T j lc first fall is about sixty mar f,i c precipice, below _ Powell's Plateau, or the Cof Cof c c t nver fcw rod ,, js t n n sec ond and conino forests. This plateau includes t h i s a ihe wide Iract of land from the Colo- | arscst fan, nearly 150 feet deep, g'o'fl'n rcrlo Chiquilo to Cataract creek, n l{ was at t n c i a tter place that HIP. n ' o f !distance of seventy-five miles, bound- nravo prospector, Mooney, lout, his d on the south by Moqui trail and j j f c j, y , n e b rca k:m R of a treacherous m ttie north by Marhel Canon. ropc ^He t r y i n g to make a descent. Travelers and "lone range" de- Rolow th,. canyon is very narrow icription writers give a disparaging 'lew ot this plateau, depicting it as Kelow and dark. The walls arc covered fixed at 35 increase of and the hundred in has surpassed increased Lone Star, i-arietlea. It has lie grown tonditions including the ·jauseti so Valley when no [or the large t'fw years POLICE .ludgc Ray court ot salary since August 21 The an idea of performed by On Aug.

Clipped from The Morning Sun04 Sep 1923, TuePage 3

The Morning Sun (Yuma, Arizona)04 Sep 1923, TuePage 3
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