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1,000 inhabitants; fifth, the minimum of malaria, there
being none; sixth, low altitude — 1,100 feet above the sea-
level; seventh, the maximum of sunshine — an average of
nine days out of ten of bright sunshine, when out-of-door


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being none; sixth, low altitude — 1,100 feet above the sea-
level; seventh, the maximum of sunshine — an average of
nine days out of ten of bright sunshine, when out-of-door
life is enjoyable and healthful. We have here within easy

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olis. Her citizens are quiet, peaceable and law-abiding,
and ready to receive with true hospitality those who seek
her perpetual sunshine. The town is making a phenomenal
growth, in spite of the hard times, and will soon have the

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during the month. There is, I think, no other place in the
civilized world where the cloudy days are so few and the
sunshine so continuous and perpetual. The following
tables will demonstrate this better than anything that I

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  Every person who has resided in the humid and in the
sunshine region knows that there is something wrong with
the indications of the thermometer; that there is a marked

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tion, I have authoritative signal service data. As it is de-
sired to show only the side of the case least favorable to
arid America, leaving the genial dry air and sunshine of
winter in the arid regions uncontrasted with the cold waves,

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  If a person should remove all clothing, wrap himself in
a wet sheet and stand out in the sunshine with a stiff wind
blowing, those conditions would approximate the condi-

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body in the Salt River Valley.

  Our summers are hot. The sunshine is continuous dur-


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fruit in abundance and of great variety. The foliage of
quick-growing trees forms a grateful shield from the perpet-
ual sunshine of the day, and at night the beauty of the
moonlight is unsurpassed. It is the luxury of life to live in