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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo news. — 22 April 1910

ENDS ANJLD TOWN "Athens of Missouri" Disincor porated by Court Order. Edlnburg Dies a Natural Death When Railroads Pais It Dy Noted for Beauty and an Excel lent Collcgo. .Tronton, Mo. Edlnburg, known ovor tho statu before the war us tho "Athens of Missouri," and for muny years tho rival of Trenton as n tra ding point and political center, where- many man, uftorwnrd prominent m statu affairs received their first col legiate training, was disincorporated rocently by an order of tho county court. Tho order marks tho last step In tho llttlo town's retrogression slnca tho Chicago, Hock Island & Qulncy and Omaha & Kunsns City railways passed the vlllngo by. Tho story of tho settlement, growth and decline of tliu vlllngo of ICdlnburg Is full of Interest. Tho town canto Into oxlstcnco In 1838 whon Isaac J. Harvey built n Btaro thcro. Not so favorably Hltuatcd as Trenton, tho growth of tho town did not compare with that of tho county scat until nftor 1800. At tho half-way tnnrk of th...

Publication Title: Carrizozo News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo news. — 22 April 1910

7f THE CARRIZOZO NEWS I'alillahed every I'rliUr Cahhizo.o - Nitw Mkxico. I'.ntnred nil micitnil oIwm timllor June IS. HUM. lit tlMi iMxtnlllro lit CnrrUnio, New Mexlou. under OieActnf Mire!i!l, WW. HUllHOltll'riUNI.ATW: Oue Ver I.W Mi Month St. 00 I Ml, At IIAI.KV. I'.illltir. Tennessee' Shame. The pardon of Col. Cooper by Governor Puttcrson of Tcnuesee, for the murder of Ex-Senator Carmack, reveals the partisan in the Tennessee governor. A pol ished and educated gentleman was shot down in the streets of Nashville by Col. Cooper and his son. A jury found them guilty and sentenced them both to 20 years in the penitentiary. The supreme court of the state af firmed the verdict of the lower court as to the elder Cooper, and the governor stepped in and nul lified the action. The governor, if anything, is worse than the murderer; for he deliberately par doned Cooper for no other reason than that the murdered man was an enemy of his. Tennessee may not be so tnUcii if they practiced partisa...

Publication Title: Carrizozo News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo news. — 22 April 1910

Railroad Bill Denounced. Senator Knutc Nelson, of Min nesota, took a fall out of the ad ministration's railroad bill one day tit in week in the senate. The senator is one of the strong1 republicans of the senate, but of late lias acted with the insurg ents. The reactionaries were dumbfounded that a republican senator should attack a measure that bore the seal of npproval of President Taft and the leaders of the republican party, the support of which was announced as a test of party regularity. The stal warts and progressives arc far apart, and this bitter arraign ment by a man from the inside only intensified the breach that is daily widening. The senator said in part: "I am now tast getting to be mi nlit m.iti. I hnvu suun the great corporations and the trusl' and combinations grow iums country at a rapid and weu-nigii irrcsistablc pace, and they will grow faster and faster until we Hhall be absolutely helpless un less we adhere faithfully to the provisions of the anti-trust law. T...

Publication Title: Carrizozo News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo news. — 22 April 1910

More School Room Needed. A number of the largest prop crty owners in the Carrizozo school district have been discuss ing with the school board the ad visability yea, the necessity of more school room. At present vc have four rooms in the main school building, all full, and the board has been compelled to rent an additional room to accommo date the children. The rent, fuel and janitor salary for this ad ditional room would go a long wav toward nayinir the interest on an additional amount of bonds i for the erection of an addition to our present building. The. continued growth of our population necessitates more room, and it is generally conceded that better results arc obtain able from a school all under one roof. There may be an occasion al patron who objects to this plan but the results that have been ob. taincd from a division have been far from satisfactory to many and the cost has been out of propor tion to the benefits. To build, equip and maintain the extra rooms necessary wil...

Publication Title: Carrizozo News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo news. — 22 April 1910

Welch St Titsworth mm Stetson Hats Boots and Shoes Dry Goods Clothing, Groceries, Etc., Etc. SEED W hoi esiilo and Retail SEED OATS GENERAL MERCHANDISE BARLEY Farm Seeds Farming Implements Farm Wagons Iron Roofing Chicken Netting Onion Sets Garden Seeds WELCH & TITSWORTH. C A PIT AN. C;ipt. Broadway came over from Port St ti 11 ton yesterday. He was it li is way to Mobile, Ala. S. T. Gray came over from a pi tan Monday, and went to 151 'aso on that evening's train. Jacob Zicglcr, of the firm of iegler Bros., went up to Pastura unday night, returning the day dlowing. Robert P. I2rvien, territorial tud commissioner, was here last glit in company with engineer illivan, These gcntlnmen left is morning for Santa Fe, trav ing by auto. A dance will be given at Hum trey's hall thisevening, the pro eds of which will go to the base llolub. The boys expect a od crowd. Encourage them your presence with the cash. Arrangements arc well under y for the erection of a grand nd on the new ball gr...

Publication Title: Carrizozo News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo news. — 22 April 1910

CARRIZOZO NEWS For Pin in Chest Gossip of Washington GARKIZOZO NEW MEXICO "'hot Is Golnd On nt the Nutlonal Cupltul. Plclc nut that nutnmnbllo yott Tlio Solnu must havo Kono Inenna. All woll-rnRUlntcd comota havo talis to burn. Somebody creased tho alldo for the prlco of butter. ' Aviators may bo classified ns sky riders, ski riders nnd Jny riders. ' In Hoston It Is considered shocklnc to see a comet with tho nnkod oyo. . While thr ment oatlnR slacks up we can sou prosperity (or the pto factor lies A "cocoon" sown nt n "hookworm" 'dance ought to occasion soma com 'moot. , In time to coniu perhaps a hurso will I bo regarded as merely a casollueloss 'nutouiobllo rintni? Nhnmilnp fni ntin'i vnnrlv mm- .ply of automobiles Is n way of getting ia thrill which Is denied to many. "Teddy" Absent, Capital Men Drink Tea "Drome," for ncroplnno flying, looks 'still an agreeable, woll-mannercd word. Still, why not say "soar," slnco that is jwhnt you do? Milk producers think tho man who stands Bet...

Publication Title: Carrizozo News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo news. — 22 April 1910

WORTH KNOWING Simple But Powerful Prescription for Rheumatism and Lame Back. Thin wns previously published hero nnd cured hundreds, "(lot one ounoo of syrup of Bnrsnpnrllln compound nnd ono ounco Torts Compound. Then, got hnlt n pint of Rood whiskey nnd put tho other two Ingredients Into it. Uso n tnblcspoonful of this mlxturo boforo ench mcnl nnd nt bed tlmn. Shnko tho bottlo ench time." flood effects aro felt tho first day. Any druggist hns theso ingredients on hnnd or will quickly got them from his wholcsnlo lioiiso. Not Wllllna to Commit Himself. Tho tcachor hnd cnllcd upon Fred dlo Drown to glvo nn Illustration of tho proper mnnnor In which to com pnro tho ndjoctlvo "elenn." "Mother Is clean," nnld ho, faltering' ly, "father Is clennor " Hero ho paused. And," prompted tho tenchor. Freddy was still silent nnd vory thoughtful. "Hnven't you soma other rolntlvo7" asked tho teacher, smiling. "Oh, yes," roplled Kreddlo, "them's nuntlo but I nln't suro nbout her!" Why She Needed More ...

Publication Title: Carrizozo News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo news. — 22 April 1910

County Commissioners Proceedings. (Continued from flret gn) I 9.M fl.S0 II. V) I.M ;i.ao on I uf llio II07.M uf I ho f 2..V) (i.no 11.00 H.U) i 11.111 225 5 75 2..VtJ uin 121.75 IM.OO IW.13 1S.M 101.43 111.8: (), A. Btnrena honrdlna prlannera KM. 75 0. A. Hterena aherllT feea J77I.2H nllM 6W.nl Tim following htlla Worn allowed imt of tlia m (lenernl Cnnnty Fund: II. J. Iliicn Interpreter probate court flrn. KiirILIi wltne.i feca lllnnlo I'imll.h wltno. fee. Hahitio (loumlra countable foe Hiililun (Ionale cou.tnhlo fee J. I j, Jontt J 1. fene Tha following hill Willi allowed (lenernl HcIiimiI Fund: J.A. llHloyanlnrynml olllcneiippllfa 1311.55 Tli" followlnil lilll wan nllonedoutuf llio At .eeanr'a Klllul: It. A. Hurt Ba.ee.nr'a nunmlralnn Til n following hill, worn allowiil nut Ituad nnd HtlilRc Kuadi Win. Fnrgoeon eervlcca rond orcreccr W. 0. McDonald rniul rinwer Inlin II. Hklnaer rond rlawer H. V. I'crry mail liwr W. H, llrndy xoardlnii prisoner, rond work 51.00 Miguel liimii coin...

Publication Title: Carrizozo News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo news. — 6 May 1910

A Journal Devoted to the Interests of Lincoln County. VOLUME 11. CAKRIZOZO. LINCOLN COUNTY, NEW MEXICO, MAY 0, I'JlO. NUMUEK 13 The District Court. Litigants, witnesses, jurors, attorneys and court officials he Hail drifting ill Saturday and continued to come until the middle of the week. Judge Cnolcy was detained at home by illness, and the wires were kept hot for twoj days in an endeavor to secure a judge to open court. Finally, ! Chief Justice Pope came Wednes day morning from Roswcll, or ganized the grand and petit ju ries and set the former to work. The docket was gone over, a number of motions heard and the petit jury dismissed until the 17th of the month. Judge Pope re turned to Hoswcll last night. Announcement was made that some judge, possibly Judge Me ohem, of Socorro, would be here next Thusday, the 12th, to re ceive the report of the grand jury and discharge it, if it is through with its labors at that time. Out the 1 7 Hi the petit jury is to re-1 turn and then it is in...

Publication Title: Carrizozo News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo news. — 6 May 1910

Jnpnn hits now moro tlmn 200 tele phono exchanges, mnro than twlco tlio number it had two years ago. Tho avcrugo weekly Income of what In known at "a poor family" In Now York City In tU0, mid tho families nvernges flvo nnd two-fifths persons. A Minnesota Inventor linn been granted n pntcnt on n ciihIi roglRtor Hint cnrrlcR n phonograph to nnnounco tho flKiircR Indicated when Hr keys nru pressed. At tho present rnto of growth tho lioroimli of Hrooklyn, with Its popnln tlon of nhout 1,240,000, wilt hnvo n pop ulation of 2,910,000 In twcnly-nlno yenrH from now. Arvndn. Tho now homo nnd train lug Hchool for mentnl dcfectlvcH, au thorized hy tho lnat (ionornl ARRunilily, will ho located n mllo west of this place, tho dlrectorfl hnvlug Relucted tho site. Tho assembly npproprlntcd $70, 000 for thlH liiHtltutlon. X Do nut wnitto time mid money plnntltlK pnnr rcoiIr; kiioiI crops nro tlio jsnriloinTR' nml fnriiiPriT f linuk nrennnt. Our lilir cntnltiKun X In free; It will pay you to lmvo a T...

Publication Title: Carrizozo News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo news. — 6 May 1910

Divorce Seems the Curse of the Vanderbilt Family r O tlio workndny world, which wondorlngly reads oftlio Increnslng numbor of divorces of tlio Vnn dorlilltB, tlio most puz zling nnd nt tlio snmo tlmo tlio moHt trnr.lc nspect of tholr mntrl VJ? monlnl record Ih Its ef feet upon tlio llttlo Vnn dorbllts. To bo under tlio shndow of tlio dlvorco court In tlio fnto of moro tlinu Imtr tlio children that linvo nl rendy boon born of tlio Vnndorbllt uiilona. in .'net. tlioy nro nil exposed to this malady nnd Hi results moro or less directly, us othor children nro ex posed to tlio menaloa nnd the whoop Iiir couch. Whether It "tnkos" or not lu tholr own tminodlato families, Micro nro those who believe Unit thoro nro nono of tlio Vnudorbllt fniulllcs but who hnvo this fsie Impending-tlint oven If It never drops dlvorco la ul ways n sword of Dainoclott hniiglng over tlio bonds of tho moat dovotod of t h 0111. At prosont there nro flvo Viindorbllt Olilldrun of tho younger generation 'wIioro fathc...

Publication Title: Carrizozo News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo news. — 6 May 1910

TtiLi CAKK1Z0Z0 NEWS I'iiIiIIhIiihI Mors- Prliliiy nt Cakkizozo - Nrw Mkxico ItritCKil numcmill oIhm innllrr Jiinn M, I IDS, at UlO iKwInlltrij nt Cnrrltoto, New lli'ilcn, unilcr tliOnrtiif MiirtsfiS, ISTO. HUIISCKIITION IIATIW: On Ywtr tlXO Hl Month (Itruull) . . HM J.NU. A. IIAIiHV, Kl.lTOIl The insurgents in (lie senate are beginning to iusurge. The administration railroad bill was all shot to pieces this week. In the county scat election in Curry county on last Saturday, Clovis won over its two competi tors, Center and Tcxico, by quite a handsome majority. Senators Aldrich and Hale an liounce that they will retire next March. They have been long in congress, and have left their im print upon a vast deal of legisla tion the past decade, much of which is questioned by the people. Colonel Kooscvolt is credited with saying that he was "very glad to have all kinds of ele phants." A republican friend remarked, when reading that .Uatoinent: "Wonder if the Colo nut is proud of the white...

Publication Title: Carrizozo News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo news. — 6 May 1910

Good Roadt Meeting. A meeting of the Good Koads Association of Lincoln coittily was called to order by President haws, Saturday, April 30, I'ill), 3 i. m, at Capital). Capilait, Carrizozo, Lincoln, Kuidoso and Nogal precincts were reprcseutated by delegates. The secretary and the treasurer were absent and Dr. T. W. Wat son was appointed temporary sec retary. The object of the meeting was stated as to consider by-laws and a constitution and transact any other business that might be be fore the association. Geo. Ulricli, of Carrizozo, pre sented a set of resolutions and by-laws for consideration of the meeting and after discussion and amendments were accepted. The following vice presidents were appointed: Win. ITerguson, Nogal; C. D. Wilson, Capitan and J. V. Tully, of Gicncoc. The matter of obtaining pos session of the tools being used by the force of men now at work for this association shall be such asj one usually prescribes for such i officers. The treasurer shall ex ecute a bond...

Publication Title: Carrizozo News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo news. — 6 May 1910

IS "The Dccstiict Skoolc." llhu "Dcestrict Skoole," was presented Tuesday night to a arowded house, and, by request, Killing at Tularosa. It is reported that a killing oc curred at Tularosa Tuesday night of this week. The story runs was repeated Thursday night, ! that a man approached the home It was an entertaining alTair, lor John Barrett, and, evidently, full of laughter throughout and ' thinking Mr. Barrett absent, in was heartily enjoyed by the au-1 suited the hitter's wife. Both diencc. l'rof. Smith handled his classes in the good old way, which brought giggles, tears and sighs from his nunils, according to arc said to have tired shots, and the following day a man was found dead, supposed to have been the man who attached Mrs. Barrett. Mr. Barrett lived in The Good Roads Commission. Albuquerque, N. M., April 2'). The New Mexico Good Koads I Commission has now been in act- The Exchange Bank, Carrizozo, New Mexico. Transacts a flcucrnl Banking Business Issues Drafts on all Princ...

Publication Title: Carrizozo News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo news. — 6 May 1910

Welch & Titsworth Fuller & Johnson's Farm Pump Engines Farm Seeds, Farming Implements, Farm Wagons SEED Wholesale and liotail SEED OATS GENERAL MERCHANDISE BARLEY Groceries, Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes Iron Roofing, Garden Seeds, Chicken Netting WELCH & TITSWORTH. CAP I TAN. J. M. Kieeof the 15a fie mining company was down from Parsons this week. The Burrcll House changed liaiuls on Hit first, Mr. Smith re tiring and Mrs. A. M. Brothers talcing charge. Cnpt. 1. h. Krousc, of ISaglc Creek country, came over yester day, mot many of his old-time friends here, and relumed today. Mrs. Prank (Jalentine and Miss Hlsio Mount', left last eight for their foi mer homes in Ohio and Pennsylvania. where they will vis it the coming two months. Miss A Ida Augliu came up from Mountain Park, Otero cottuly, Wednesday, and left yesterday for Kuidosu, where she is on gaged to teach a summer school. K. Iriuiuger and Mrs. Boone, his daughter, delivered about fifty head of steer here l...

Publication Title: Carrizozo News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo news. — 6 May 1910

mi: 1 0 CARRIZOZO NEWS CAimizo.o NHW MKXICO THOUQHT FOR TO DAY. It Bccms to bo tlio fnto of men to got angry, but It la poor business. Ono novor makes by It. If God o.cr takes sides, It Is wltb tlio victim of an angry tonguo, says Ohio Stato Journal. There are few ctornnl things llko candor, kindness and truth and getting mad hurts theso. Emerson suggests that nftor ton years lot n club or company of Intelligent men rcassomblo and "what a confession of Insanities would como up!" All our florco words In behalf of tlio causes wo liavo espoused, how llko clatter they would scotn. Tho slncoro word Is always tompcrnto nnd kindly. Tho man who gets wild nnd brandishes his opinion with gesticula tion and vociferation thinks ho Is pressing tho truth homo, but ho Is only scnrlng It away. To mako a real friend of It, ho must treat It gently, nnd thoso, too, whom ho would Im press by It. Just as soon as tho angry word Is spokon, truth wants to got away and roost off In some dead tree. Of courso...

Publication Title: Carrizozo News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo news. — 6 May 1910

3fc It In cnsy for tlio tnnn who novor woro n drcRB null In his llfo to blnmo all tho cllscrcultnblo things ho hcnrB on nollto society. Paulnjj the Superlative. "I nm going to Intro Jngsby for my best mnn." "Oh, I know n better man." States in a War Over a Postmaster WABHINOTON. It's hard enough to linvo constituents In any event, but It's much hnrder to hava 'oni for noxt door nolghbnra. Hoproscntnllva Slomp Is tho only Ilomibllcan member of tho houso from Vlrglnln. This, Is of course, n He liubllcan administration. So when any body In Virginia wants anything ho comes to Sleinp. Just now Slomp Is facing n problom In lltllo. Tho town of Ilrlslol Ir split up botweon Virginia and Teniiossoo. IloprcMcntntlvo Drownlow of Tonnes sco, like Slomp, Is tho lono Itepub Mean from his utnto. Wlillo House In fluence Is divided. Tor 40 years n Tonncsscenn has been postmaBtor of llrlstol. Drownlow wnnts a Tonnes- sccan to bo nostmnBtcr. But tho presi dent has appointed a Virginian to tho plnco Fou...

Publication Title: Carrizozo News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo news. — 6 May 1910

7.W f Pv New Placer Strike In the Jicarilla. Jicnrilln, the placer gold camp of Liucoln county, from which much gold has been washed dur ing the past fifty years, has again attracted notice from recent dis coveries of new placer ground. The new ground is on the Hat, or bench, above Audio gulch, and has been staked by Geo. J. Wis liar, C. C. Hedges, and Phil Kcssoncr. Messrs. Wishar and Hedges have been working their property for the past twelve months, uud just lately struck "pay dirt." The distance to bed-ruck is 27 feet. They extracted about 5 tons from the pay streak and washed out about 565.00. Later they took another batch of dirt, about a ton and a half, hauled it to water and washed out $25.50. The pay streak, so far as devel oped, is 10 feet wide and from 14 to 18 inches thick. Lack of wa. tcr is the only difficulty, but these parties hope to overcome that ditliculty by tapping a pipe line near their property. The gulches of the Jicarilla country have produced, in the ag gre...

Publication Title: Carrizozo News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo news. — 13 May 1910

Gam 5050 1Rews. A Journal Devoted to the Interests of Lincoln County. VObUMIO 11. CAKKIKOKn, LINCOLN COUNTY, N10W M10XICO, MAY 13, 1'JlU. NUMH10N 14 Preventative! for Tuberculosis. I This following paper 011 "What tllo County Medieui Society May ! do to Prevent the spread of Tii-I jjarctilosis" was read by Dr. J. W. Irfiwa, of Lincoln, bclorc The Southeastern Medical Association wliicli convened in Koswcll last ItTOtl 111. At the request of the ooniiniltcc it is herewith pre sot) IU(I to our reat'ers: While it is desirable that we ! have international, national, ' state, municipal and county laws, for the control and the prevention of tuberculous, with county med- 1 ictil societies and health officers working under such authority, nevertheless, no uch condition at present preails, and we as physicians should ever be on. the alert to iulluence the adoption of legislation for the purpose of prevention and ultim.-tc eradica tion of tuberculosis. By a united effort of the peopL of the e...

Publication Title: Carrizozo News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo news. — 13 May 1910

NOT LOOKING FOR TROUBLE Young Man Unnecessarily Alarmed Over Question Put to Him by Old Gentleman. A quiet, bnshful sort of n young fel low wnu umkliiR n call oil n Capitol Mil girl ono evening not bo very long nRo, when hor fntlior enmo Into tlio parlor with hla watch In his hnnil. It wnu about "hnlf pnst nlno o'clock. At tlio moment tlio youiiB man wan stand liiK on ti chair, utrnlRhtmiliiK a pic turo over tlio piano. Thn plrl had naked lilin to tlx It. Ah ho turned tlio old Rcntleinnn, a uruff, ntout fellow, said: "VounK man, do you know what tlmo It Ih?m Tlio bnshful youth not off tlio chair nervously. "Yes, ulr," ho replied. "I wan just go I iir." Ho went Into tlio hall without any delay and took his hat and coat. Tlio Klrl'n father followed him. Ah tlio caller reached for tlio doorknob tlin old Kuutlomnu again naked him If ho know what tlmo It wuh. "Yob, air," waa tho yoiith'H reply. "nood-nlKhtl" And ho left without wnltliiR to put hla coat on. Aftor tho door had cloacd tho o...

Publication Title: Carrizozo News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
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