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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Carrizozo news. — 7 July 1911

CARRIZOZO NEWS OARIUZOZO NEW MEXICO INTELLIGENT DOQ3. If ono mny Judgo by tbo bIzo of tho clalmn prcsonted In tho various coun ties for ehcop killed by dogo, wo nro rapidly losing tho bost of our snoop In Kentucky, and tho dogs aro show ing an almost human discrimination In mutton, says tho Loulsvlllo Cour-lor-Journnl. Shoop killed by dogs aro valuod at anywncro from ?C to $12 aploco. From this It appears that tho dogs must bo glvon to killing Cots wolds and Sotithdowns In full flooce. In ono western Kentucky county It has been discovered that shoop aro very gonorally listed for taxation at i a head. In tho samo county tho claims allowed for bucks, owes and lambs killed by dogs range from $8 to $12. If tho assessor's roport Is to bo bollovcd, thcro must bo a tremendous lot of scrub Bhoep In that county to pull down tho avorago to $4 a bead, and tho dogs must oxorclso mighty good judgment In avoiding tho "scala wagB" when thoy go forth on a slaugh tering expedition. The dogs aro show...

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. — 7 July 1911

IT? 1. 3 .8 v., 8i CLEANS AND POLISHES IRONS implement Is Merely Flubbed Over Oiled Pad and Piece of Corru gated Metal. An offoctlvo cleaning and polishing dovlco for snd-lrons has boon dcslguod by a Now Jorsoy man. It consists of a triangular box In two parts and largo onough to permit of tho froo movo mont of tho Iron within Its boundaries. In the bottom of ono sldo of tho box 1b a folt pad, which Is saturated with oil. On top of thin Is laid n pleco of fabrlo BUfllciently porous to allow of moisten ing from tho lower pad. In tho other sldo of tho box Is a pleco of corrugated motnl. Folds len Not In Use. To clean an iron tho Implement Is rubbed ovor tho oil-soaked cloth till tho rust on It Is softened. It is then rubbed ovor tho corrugatod metal and tho surfaco cleared of grit as far as the corrugations can do this. Tho final polishing is dono with a dry flannel cloth. Tho box Is mado with tho two parts hinged so that thoy can bo folded up when It 1b not In uso and will not tako u...

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. — 7 July 1911

- rHr i I ... " - , ' 1111 ' 1 OFFICERS REMAN AT LINCOLN. Three Days' Hearing at Alamogordo Results in a decision by Judge Wright that the County Officials Remain at .Late tonight (Friday) at Alamogordo, Judge Wright handed down an opinion in the county seat case, awarding a verdict in favor of Lincoln and the officers who are maintain ing their offices at that place. The attorneys for Lincoln, Messrs. Catron and Barber, demurred to the complaint filed by District Attorney Llewellyn, who was aided by Messrs. Hewitt & Hudspeth, associate counsel , The. demurrer was based on several grounds, but the two main contentions were that the law of 1907, under which the suit was brought, did not repeal a section of the compiled laws of 1897, and another that the complaint was faulty in 1 hat the suit was brought against the officials jointly when sepa rate suits should have been filed against each official. The court sustained that portion of the demurrer as to the joint domplaint but per...

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. — 7 July 1911

BOWSERGIVES UP Saved From Wild Schemes by Mrs. Bowser. HANDS IN HIS CONFESSIONS. Visits Druggist and Repents Inform ed That Everybody Qavo His Wlfo Crodlt For Kooplng Him Out of ths Mndhouso Takes Book All. M By M. QUAD. .(Copyright, 1911, hy Associated Literary IT0S8.J m ar RS. HOWRKTt liPfrnii Al Dowser after ho had smok ed iiwuy for lmlf nn hour after (Unuer, "I nui a muu Hint gives everybody u squaro dcnl." "Yes?" alio answered na alio looked up from her book. "If 1 carry my point hi mi argument mid then 11 nil that 1 am mistaken I am fair minded enough to admit It." "Yes?" "A man la not a man that won't do it." , "No?" "And should bo ashamed of him self." "Yes?" "And as a fair minded, conscien tious man 1 havo something to ad mit." "Well?" "Some months ago I was telling you Hint I Intended to climb Mount Mc Klnley to look for Dr. Cook's rec ords." "Yea, I remember." "I came homo terribly lu earnest about the trip. I saw a way to mnko the name of Bowsor famous und to ggt at leas...

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. — 7 July 1911

'MM CARRIZOZO NEWS l'lilillBlioil uvory I'rlilny nt (jMVtt'lU'.OZO - Nitw Mkxmco jtllUltOll (iBL'CiMi nlilM tllllttIT .llllltl 12, ItllU, lit tuo il wUiillBB ill ( .arrlzuu, Now Mlixluo, utulnr unjnutJif Mnroha. i87ti. BUHSOIlllTlON ItAI'llS- OnuYmr .... .r,o Sis MiinlliH (by mull) - . $1,00 l5lD, A. HAIiUV. HitiToit THE FOURTH. Tho Fourth of July was cel ebrated in many places in the county of Lincoln. One of the big ones was on the Bonito, and notwithstanding the heavy rains prior to the Fourth, many from all parts oi the county were present to enjoy the good things to eat, the sports and the the cordial greeting of one with another. Tinnie, Jica rilla and Corona celebrated the occasion in befitting style, but in some of these places Jupiter Pluvius turned over his water barrels, causing the celebrants to seek shelter and dissurbing the day's program. Promis ing prosperity, added to the patriotic sentiment with which the day is surrounded, made the event a most pleasant one. The r...

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. — 7 July 1911

.- J" i. ft IMI HWlMKrP . i. St; .Tim , i i wis ?r c . t-.- i iI?M E CARRIZOZO NEWS I'mIiIIhIimI ovcry I'rlilny nt 3$ftiitizozo Nhw Mhxico lllltilfOsI IIH HDOIIItll cl tiro pusliMho ul,(!iirr.li thu ntT of Miinih , IMi cIiuk nmt(ir Juiiu I'-'. I lH lis. nt iirclatuzii, Saw Moxlco, unilur Will. BUIIHOIUITION ItATISH- " pliij Vriir - , 0U;Moiitli (ly itmll) I.M) I.OO Kmtoii Notice of Sale. i'HIIUITOIIY OK NHW MHXICO, ('oiinly (if Lincoln. In tlm Dlxtilct C(iiirt.-No. UMl. II, 0. McDouual. l'lnlutirr, VM. Ojilllfiim Milium ntiil Hinoltliw Co , Dori'iiiluiit. Nritti'n U liuruliy ulvon lluil tlio iiihIitnIkiumI eiiurlir of hiiicolu enmity, Tiirrltury of Now Sioxlco, hy vlrtnu nf n jiiilunii'Ml mul iloort'ii reiiilnniil niutlio Dili ilny of May, Mil, hy Hip iIIh irlct court nrtliu Hlxtli Jmlioliil illntrirt of tint IVi rltory of Nnw Mexico In tlm iiliovo utilllh-il cmiihc mul execution to mo ill loo lei I from mild Court in Mini rntui, will on Hntiirdny. IlipHiltli diiy of A"KiiHt, HU1, 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. — 7 July 1911

USING RIBBON ENDS DAINTY TRIMMING MAY EASILY BE DONE AT HOME. Really No Task at All to Turn Out Most Effective Ornamentation for All Kinds of Pretty Bou doir Baskets, Dainty In color and workmanship nro tbo llttlo bnskets that depend on their trimming of ribbon flowers for tho dclfcnto effects for which you must pay a pretty prlco If you cannot mako them. But you can! So buy your ribbon in palo pink, old rose, moss green and the soft yellowB. Purchase llttlo baskets of flro reed or swoot grass and then follow directions. For tho preliminary step In roso making, tako a piece of narrow ribbon and fold It In tho center as you need It. Over your finger roll tho end and sow at tho lower edge. Keep up this rolling process until tho flower Is tho sizo'that you wish, When making leavos, gathor tho ribbon at ono end so that tho pointed effect can bo easily obtained. Tho narrow green ribbon twisted forms an cffectlvo stem. After making a number of roses of different sizes and a supply of leav...

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. — 7 July 1911

If Dried Beef 1 M w I At lsA: for Libby'a Old Hickory Smoked Highest Quality Finest Flavor K ta sealed glass Jaw at jrour grocert 4$$ Fitting. "Did your nephew mako a suitable nmrrlago?" "Yes," replied the man who habitu ally thinks along erratic lines. "Ho lias curly blond hulr, nnd has nevor dono nnythlng moro herculean than to pick flaws on n guitar, and well, ho married a foraalo baseball player." Puck. WELCOMED BY MEN WHO SMUKfc Particular men who smoko realize how offenslvo to people of refinement is a strong tobacco breath, and how objectionablo to themselves Is that "dark brown tasto" in tho mouth after smoking. Paxtlno Tollot Antiseptic is worth its wolght in gold for this purpose alone. Just a little in a glass of water rlnBO tho mouth nnd brush tho teeth. Tho mouth is thoroughly deodorized, tho breath becomes puro and sweet and n delightful sense of mouth clean' Uness replaces that dark brown to bacco taste. Paxtino 1b far superior to liquid an- tlsoptics and Peroxide for...

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. — 7 July 1911

urn COTTONSEED MEAL' FOR WORK HORSES. Tlio Iown experiment Htntlun recent ,ly litis done n good deal of experimen tal work to determine tlio elTectH pro duced by substituting rich concen trated feeds for onts In the rntloiiH for work horses. Special ntteutlon was Riven to the effect produced upon tho -health of tlio horses nnd their nbll Ity to endure hnrd work hb well us maintain their (lesh nnd condition and aliio the economy of the ration. Tlio first experiment Included three teams of horses nnd continued for 100 dnys. They wero started on a ration of corn and oats of equnl parts by weight, In which later ollmcnl was substituted for oats In a ratio of about 35 to 1. The horses seemed to relish llio pea sl7.o ollmeal inoro than the The Clydesdalo breed of horses - had ItH origin In Bcotlnnd. They aro about sixteen lunula IiIrIi, com pact and muucular In build and havo a lonpr, oapy Btrldo. ground product, ami so it was fed In this form. When gluten feed was sub stltutcd In tlio ra...

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. — 14 July 1911

tare. . r rj. 'i - t ,, A Journal Devoted to the Interests of Lincoln County. VOLUME 12. CARRI550550, LINCOLN COUNTY, NEW MEXICO, JULY 14, 1911. NUMBER 23 Little Show For Statehood. The vacation of Senator Smith, chairman of the committee on, territories, has come to an end, and with his return to Washing1- ton the hopes of statehood have vanished. Jf any reliance can be placed on telcgrapic dispatcher. The Flood resolution is to be re ported to the senate without an amendment by the committee, but the chairman gave notice that he would later present an amend ment. When this is done, even though the bill passes Hie senate in ainc.ided form, it is believed the house will refuse to concur, and this session promises to end without any statehood legisla tion. The dispatch on statehood reads: Washinton, D. C, July 11. Fresh from a conference with President Tuft, Chairmin Smith of the senate committee on terri tories today gave notice of an amendment to eliminate the judi ciary recall pro...

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. — 14 July 1911

IT DOES ON HOUSE8. WIso Do you boo thnt striking look ing woman with tho veil. IIowo Ycb. "WIso Do you know why alio wears tho veil? Howo No. Homoly? "WIso No; sho's nfrald tho Bun might blister tho paint. An Astonished Boy. In February of this year a Wiscon sin fanner took his twolvo-ycnr-old boy to a vlllngo for tho first time, and thorb tho lad saw a train of cars. Ho was eo astonished at tho sight that ho lost tho power- of speech for thrco weeks. If that youngster Is over taken to a circus or a zoological gardon he'll Hiiroly bo struck dumb for tho rest of his life. Ills father's farm must bo hidden away in a hole In tho ground. If thou knowest anything good of a man, toll It unto others; if anything 111, toll It privately nnd prudently to himsolf. Burkitt. USE AN AUTOMATIC STIRRER SHE GOT WHAT SHE WANTED This Woman Had to Insist Strongly, but it Paid Chicago, 111. "I suffered from a fe male weakness mm Btomncn trouuio, nnu l wonc to too store to get n bottlo of Lydia E. rink h...

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. — 14 July 1911

$3.50 RECIPE FREE, FOR WEAK KIDNEYS. RELIEVES URINARY AND KIDNEY TROUBLES, BACKACHE, STRAINING, SWELLING, ETC. Steps Pain in the Bladder, Kidneys and Back. Wouldn't It bo nlco within a wrolc or no to begin to nay Rood byo forever to tho scalding-, dribbling, straining, or too fro- quent passage of tho urine: tho forehead and tho bnck-oi-tho-lioad nchcB; tho stitches and pains In the back; the grow ing musclo weakness; spots before tho eyes; yellow skin; sluggish bowels; swoll en eyelids or ankles; let? cramps; unnat ural short breath; sleeplessness and tho despondency? I bars a recipe for those troubles that yon can de pend on, and If you want to rutike a quick recovery . jou ought to wrltoaml Kit a cony of lb. Many adoe torwouldcharKO you t3.&01utfr writing this nru- Bcrlptlon, but 1 liar" It and nlllbonlad to gonrt It to rou entirely free, JuatdrnpmnallnollkotlilRi Dr. A. H, Uoblnson, K2M I.uckJliilldliiK,Iotrolt,Mlch., and twill send It by return mall In n plain onTolono, At ...

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. — 14 July 1911

i;he carrizozo news 1'iiIIIhIio(1 ovcry I'ridny at Carrizozo - Niiw Mkxico I ilcrtil iih huciiikI clnnx miitlcr Juno 12, 100S, at I i jiiiHtolllcn at Cnrrlzozo, Now Mnxlcn, utidnr In) act of Mnroli H, 1870. BUHHORH'TION RATES: ooYwir .... - in Month (by mall) ... ei.no $1,00 I NO. A. HAIjKY, KbiTon There seems little use to ob ject to the recall of the judiciary u Arizona. New Mexico would j iin in the proposition if given half a chance. The upper house of congress lias again resolved itself into a t ilk-fcst. If it passes one renic ilial or progressive measure, the muutry will be surprised. Reciprocity may become a law, if the senate ever reaches a vote, but that is now beginning to look doubtful. The sure way to kill any measure in the senate is to talk it to death. The news now comes that Pres ident Taft will veto the Flood Statehood resolution, if the sen ate puts it up to him. It looks tike a bluff, after all this delay; try him and let the responsibility fall where it will. CO...

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. — 14 July 1911

THE CARR1Z0Z0 NEWS IhihllHhod ovcry I'ridny at UAKKIZO-0 NKW MliXICO luturwl tiHCCcntid ohms mutter J mm 17, 11HH, nt flu poHtolllon at Carrizozo, Now Mexico, titular no not of March 3, 18711. HUHSOKtl'TION 11ATIJH: 1 ltiti Year .... $l.M) ilx Mouth (by mull) - 31.00 INO. A. 1IAL15Y, lCnrron ADDITIONAL LOCAL. "Ho! to the Land of Sunshine" is out of date; it is raining1 all the time. Johnie Roberts was up yester day from Three Rivers. He .re ports a good deal of rain in his cction and everything in a nour ishing condition. The "Outlaws will lay down their arms tomorrow. A peacea ble victory, an amnesty for all past offenses and build for future good ball will grow out of the de feat of the "Outlaws" tomorrow. Lightning struck the barn of Jiicgler Bros, last Saturday even ing, and set fire to some hay stor ed therein. Before the fire could be extinguished about twenty bales of alfalfa had been destroy ed. Capt. J. L. Van 5$ant returned Saturday evening from New York where he had spent...

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. — 14 July 1911

ObUfiiy Scat Muddle. fjrfitf ulfromurly 5a nMtihtiishtin n't Cltm tijtfe, and for altnosl two WUl insl, in having' a dual guv SPHiiient. The records and three tf illti enmity officials are at Lin aaiiij nnd tlic court's ruling was lllfll they should stay there until ille court house and jail should ho completed at Carrizozo. On tho other hand, the court holds that the district and the probate courts must be held at Car mono, thu county scat. The commissioners, too, are holding their sessions at Carri HOZo, acting under the advice of the district attorney, which seems quite sound, as the law makes it imperative for the board to hold its sessions at the county seat. It is true, also, that the law says that the treasurer, the clerk and the sherilT shall be at the county sunt with their records, and Car rizozo has been declared the county seat by the courts at live different times. The difficulty in the law governing the removal of the records, however, is that it conllicts with an old ...

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. — 14 July 1911

LOCAL NEWS Geo, A. lfydu stopped over Monday night on his way from Corona to Tularosa. A. T Roberts ;m,d Jesse Kobertn Have formed a partnership and litivo opened a meat market. Probate court. adjourned Satur dtiy night, and Judge Lucero left On Monday's Capitan train for home. Mrs Winters came over from GUpitan, and will take charge of ilia dining room in the Burrell house. Mrs. A. 15. Long, of the Hotel Temple, returned Sunday from an extended visit to her daughter in Arizona. A dance wan given at Real's J-ftill Saturday night. The at tendants spent three or four pleasant hours. The stork visited the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. 13. tfumwalt, on the Messa, Sunday morning, and deposited a little baby girl. Pa rents and infant getting along tine. The railroad bridge above Cap itan and the wagon bridge north of town were badly damaged by last week's floods. Both, how ever, havebeen repaired and traf fic restored. The recent heavy rains through out the country have flooded a number of farm...

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. — 14 July 1911

CARRIZOZO NEWS OAIlTltZOZO . NEW MEXICO VALUE OF IMAGINATION. Llfo naturally must bo morn Inter esting to tho porson of vivid Imnglnn tlon than to ono who lives only for tho tangible things about tiltn nnd who fears to dream na his fancy wills becauso reality bears heavily upon him. Wo do not think that oven tho man of affairs would find thu Indul gence of a fow day dreams detrimental to his Interests, whllo to tboso who look only upon tho serious sldo of llfo and Bharo only Its darker nspocts, a few dreams of what porhaps may como to pass would act as a tonic upon tired nerves, says tho Charleston News nnd Courier. Our dreams nro often com panions to us, and sometimes wo find oursolvos moving unconsciously with them In a world far removed from our real habitation, but ono whoso prom ises seem easy of fulfillment and whoBo delights compensato for eomo of tho hnrdshlps wo may, perhaps, be called upon to bear during our waking hours, Tho world which is our idea of happiness, with all ...

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. — 14 July 1911

yni urn i -DON'T NEGLECT YOUR KIDNEYS. Kidney troubles aro loo serious to neglect. Slight ailments aro often forerunners of clangorous kid ney Illness and should bo treat ed without do lay. Obndlah D. Crano, 222 First Ay., Watortown, S. Dak., says: "I waB taken with, rheumatic pains and my left limb Vras almost paralyzed. I hobbled around with a cano as weak as a child. I was afflicted with a bladder weak ness and was qompollod to arlao sev eral tlmoB during tho night Shortly aftor I commoncod to uso Doan's Kid noly Pills, I could do work, that was boforo Impossible I am stronger and better than In years." Remember the name Doan's. For salo by druggists and general storekeepers ovorywhero. Price GOc. Foator-MIlburn. Co., Buffalo, N. Y. APPROPRIATED IT. SYSTEM WORKS WELL SHOWING VALUE OF HOU8EKEEP ER8 PENCIL AND PAD. Evelyn Thoy nay thoro Is only ono person In fifteen with perfect eyes. Georgo (with uncommon fervor) In fifteen? Thero's only ono In a mil lion! Evolyn Thoro you go agai...

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. — 14 July 1911

.4 New Mexico Catch Phrate Contest. 4 July Jth, 1911, For use in advertising and ou stationary and literature the Bu reau of Immigration wants a new "catch phrase" which, in the most striking manner, will im press on the reader at a glance the resources and opportuni ties of New Mexico. The old catch phrases, such as "Ho! to the Land of Sunshine," "Heart of the Well Country," "The Land of Opportunity," etc., arc exam ples of what is wanted. These were first originated and used by New Mexico, but arc now being extensively copied by other states and communities in their adver tising matter. The New Mexico Bureau wants a catch phrase as good and striking as these old ones, but original and new. The Bureau therefore has offer ed a prize of $5.00 for the best "catch phrase" submitted, and a second prize of $2.50 for the sec ond best phrase. The conditions of the contest are: First The contestants must be residents of New Mexico. Second No phrase will be con sidered which contains more th...

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. — 21 July 1911

intra? "aw?" - w- aw.- (Zntn$o$o IFlewe. A Journal Devoted to the Interests of Lincoln County. T'""" VOLUME 12. CARKIZOZO. LINCOLN COUNTY, NEW MEXICO, JULY HI, 1911. THE JUDGE ORDERS THE CLERK TO CARRIZOZO. A complaint was filed at Ala mogordo Monday in the district Court of this district, by Major Llewellyn, on behalf of the board of county commissioners. The complaint recited that Carriaozo was the county seat; that the law required the board of county, com missioners to meet here; that the probate clerk had failed to appear . with his records, and asked for a peremptory writ to compel the clerk to attend the meetings of the board with his recorde. The . application was granted by . Judge Wright, the Writ issued, reached here Monday evening and was served on Probate Clerk Rig '., gle, at Lincoln, the following day. The writ reads: In the District Court Sitting Within and For the County of Lincoln, Territory of New Mexico. Territory of New Mexico ex rel Robert H. Taylor and WilUam ...

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