Issue 24 and Volume 39.

ARTESIAN WATER FOR DOUGLAS. A Douglas, Ariz., correspondent writes that “at the Copper Queen smelter, one mile and a half west of the city park in Douglas is an artesian flow of water of 200 gallons per minute going to waste, and has been for the last four months. The presence of this artesian water so near the city, it is thought, would justify the attempt being made to secure artesian water with in the corporate limits of Douglas. Such a well could be located in the park, and, if an artesian flow could be secured there, it would IK* one of the greatest factors imaginable in the future prosperity and growth of the city. At the San Bernardino ranch, seventeen miles southeast of Douglas, are a number of artesian wells, flowing sufficient water to irrigate several hundred acres of land. Thus there is artesian water flowing both cast and…

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