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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 26 December 1913

iSSá AND NEWS'CHRONkCLB Volumne XXIX Caldwell, ^irl—on County, Texas, Friday December 36,1913 —— fe Prístinas fireetln* We take this method of extend- ing to our many customers and friends, our very best wishes for a Happy Christmas, trusting that one and all have been materially blessed during the year that is now drawing rapidly to a close. We wish to thank you for the liberal patronage accorded us dur- ing the year- We wish#' say that our business during the year that is now passing out has been, by far the largest in the history of this bank. Trusting that we may have tho pleasure of a continuation of your patronage, assuring you polite and courteous treatment together with Absolute Safety and Security. The First State BanK ChlDWELL, TEXAS Guaranty pune 3ank Funeral Of Rayaond Prank- The remains of Raymond Prazak, who died in the Santa Fe Hospital at Temple Thursday, New Cottrell Press. The Ledger has this week placed an order for afine Cottrell Newspaper press to be shipped out...

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 26 December 1913

a> e E§ ¡y K Notice la hereby given that bv virtue of a certain execution fs- . Med oat o? the Honorable Di* * triet Court of Burleaon County, «(the lOthday of November 19. 8, 4yG. W, Grant, Diatrict Clerk, ' of «aid Court for the aum of Fourteen Hundred Fifty Two and 80-100 Dollars and eotta of auit, ' under * Jijtkreiuent, in favor of £ L. SqpJtlfin ir certain oa^e in Mid 6ourt, No. 4151 und rftyled ©. L. Smith va, Jno. A. Sheffel, placed in the hand* for service, I, L. W. Henaiee aa Sheriff of Burleaon County, Texaa, did, on tlie 10th day of November 1918, levy on certain Real Estate. sit- Mated in Burleson County, Texaa, described aa follows, to wit: A part of the K. Ruiz League, and described aa foiiows: 1st Tract; Beginning at 8. E Corner of lot No. 1 of fifty four nod one fourth aerea, ant apart to W. A. Green, from which poat oak marked W. bears 8. 81 B. 4 vrs, Thence N. 19 W. 1225 tti. to a P. O. 5 inches in diame- ter marked A. being tha N. E. corner of No, 1; Thence N....

Publication Title: Burleson County Ledger And News-Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 26 December 1913

■v*U v v$l '• - ->• - r¡ ) J* §? 5 ¡gs ■< Oiti frNoopf ofímrt'ii X dic«l A!m>vnae for 1914 at your dr<iygi*t, or writ* dir *ct to u¿. RELIEF IN CROUP. The hoarse rattling cough of a child ut night b the danger (tignnl thai need* prompt attention. Severa's Balsam for Lungs is a valuable relitj a'id a preventive for croup and croupy condition* common to chili .u. For adults it ia recommended for cough* colds, hoarxennns, bronchitis, sore throat and various other lung troubles. Price 25 and 50 cents. At druf ¿lata. 8event's Rtañadlas are efficient. Be sure end get SEVERA'S. W. F. Severa Co. CEDAR RAPIDS IOWA Farm Bargains We hi72 the following farms listed for sale. BOM aeres of land throe or tour hundred acres in bottom hind, rest in post uak all under good fence, d OA A A wriee per acre ^uv«Uv r fK) ¡te res post oak land unimproved price, $20.00 It acres of land. 75 aores in cultivation two d*CA AA sets i:nprevents, price per acre «PvU*vU 137 acres of land, part black lan...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 26 December 1913

«t Caldwell, T*xu nwrt ■ I m Advertising Rat*« i Insertion - Wo P*' Inch PER MONTH The following; number of inobg must be awd weekly to obtain thee monthly rate* 110 9% Inehs - - «o P«r lnch 10 to 10 " 60o SI to SO •• _ «o " M ao to loo" «fe " " All adrertlslnir run until ordered out. Local readers 7 1-2 centa per line aoeh Insertion Silbseription Par Tsar • fl-50 Three mmths 50r, Six months 75c (Invariably in Adranos.) CI risuna; gree ings to everybody. BUY ONLY STANDARD GOODS JOEL MACK When a merchant asks you to pat your nv>ney i"to goods that neither he nor the manufacturer has enough confidence in to back them up with his guarantee and money, what do you do—buy them just because they are cheap? Can you afford to put your money into a thing that those who know more about theui than you can possibly know will not back with their name and guarantee? As a merchant of several years standing I am con- vinced from experience and obser- vation that buying stuff of little value just ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 26 December 1913

ms: It Always Helps •sys Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky.v In writing of her experience with Cardsi, the woman's tonic She says further: "Before 1 began to use Carduf, my back and head would hurt so bad, 1 thought the pain would kill me. 1 was hardly able to do any of my housework. After taking three bottles of Cardui, 1 began to feel IHce a new woman. I soon gained 35 pounds, and now, 1 do all my housework, as welt as run a big water mill. 1 wish evuy suffering woman would give CARDUI The Woman's Tonic a trial I still use Cardul when I feel a little bad, and it always does me good." Headache, backache, side ache, nervousness, tired, worn-out feelings, etc., are sure signs of woman- ly trouble. Signs that you need Cardui, the woman's tonic. You cannot make a mistake in trying Cardui for your trouble. It has been helping weak, ailing women for more than fifty years. Get a Bottle Today! HAVE MOVED Into our new buiidirig, formerly oc- cupied by Frank Schrader, where we will b...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 26 December 1913

I [ r ' k- Mn. C. N. Houston of Waoo is visiting her parents west oí town. Fiva Ak-.\er and wife of Rock- dale, aie visitiog L. 0. Meyer and wife. J<e Hill and family and Tom Hill of Llano, me quests of John Fitsgerald and family. Mrs. Geo Blol.m has returned to Houston after an extended to her mother, Mrs. 6. W. Miss Queen Ileslep, who has been attending the Whitis school at Austin, is home to spend the holidays J. W. Vllliamsof Texas City Is visiting his mother, Mrs. H. P. Williams and also his sister, Mrs. W. A. Fianingan. Miss Fannie Stone, who i. teaching in a private familv a> C'bappell Hill, is home to spent Christmas. Miss Margaret Flanagan, wh< has been teaching school at Olay has gone to spend the holiday? with home folks at Palestine. Rev. S. W Stokely of the L.v ons circuit has arrived iron Franlrston and assumed his un- charge. Mrs. Jack Feagin of Mullen is visiting the family of her par ents, Henry Bear and wife. Mis* Rose Hear, who has bee: teaching school at...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 26 December 1913

é Wish | lend to al! our Patrons letidc Greetings" and our : wishes for a Happy and osperous New Year, also Express outf appreciation of pást fáVbrs extended us. g Awafting your further coin- ^ mands<, we are I ^ • (íordiaiiy Yours ¿g A. Rosenwasser f 1 PHONE NO. 124 £ == & X * if *? # & r«mwfwwm mmcr r! ft THY ONE SACK OF I iJUidiola Flour F / S -ft Wheat. k\7c-Kno Flour-Hard Wheat and )ou will há\e n > other at any price. furn sh t!v triv.miiv.js for yo r | iRISHAS FRUIT CAKE iwetz-Svec Co. J 34 Free City r silvery r. A. DflUTSCH & TUB MODERN GROCERS I lard ware, Quccnsware Corner 600 Msin and Buck St. a'dwul, Texas HEÜNEKE & KESEÍJNG TINNERS AND FLUMBERS Write, Phone or cull on us when in n erl of Cisterns, Stock Tanks, Watering Trough*, Tin Hoofing, M*?Uil Shingles, lUdge Roll, Galvan- ited aud Tin Valley's, Gutters. Met.il Ceiling, Ventiluted Flues, lUin Proof Stove KlbowH, Well Uuckcts, etc., ami anything In sheet metal, The Stare of Texas) Notice is Cuuu...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 26 December 1913

apyi P¥1T' Nlfll ¡■tw W 'it M ¿V r "* 1 aSsi; ' I 'V .-tV; of Wa i *!%• Spring term of school be- llas Monday week, December We have the Golden Crust ílour and guarantee every sack. Phone 1M. F. A. Deu*cfa * tops. mm Ethel WomUe went Fri- day to Ootula to spend the hoU* days with her slater. We The public is hereby notified to keep their hogs out of my psa- tare or I will emjwund them as tike law directa and demand dam- Jno. Blasek, Porters Chapel, Texas Misses Ruby Smith and Leona Kdwards left Friday for Denton to spend the holidays. Habitual. Constipation and aK liver troubles can be cured 111 using Griosby'sLiv-vek lax. : Caldwell Drug Co. WISH YOU the fullest en- joyment of Health, Peace, Pros- perity and Happiness through- out the New Year. v. i \ \ '■ ..«.i School was dismissed Friday at noon for the holidays and all the pupils went home kicking up their heels and rejoicing. I\ r Sale—The Writer Werner residence, two blocks from court house square, two acres of land, flood wel...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 16 January 1914

; . .w iSSo cs n."v°¡ií5V- 8CHRONICLB VolumiM XXIX Caldwell, Burleson County, Texts, Friday January 16,1914 Í . ' - . - I Soae Satisfaction •SP íhere is a great deal of satis* factUm in knowing that your money !• absolutely safe. That's one thing this bank keeps always in view—the safety of the depositor's money entrusted to our care. We are careful about our loans as well as our reserves We carry Are and burglar insurance. We use every precaution to protect our depositors funds. That's why our deposits are growing. THIS IS A GOOD BANK FOR YOU The First State BanK CMLDWELL, TEXAS Guaranty pune*. Sank Death Clainu Centenarian. Killed in the Piazos Bottom. On Wednesday of last week Miss Mary tyfopre, sged 108 yew , died Thursday at >he ]LV¡¿ Worthtngton shot and kill* home of her nephew. J. E. Thorn- L1Bab colored, on the "• C,«y The dlrect <* iLiur ptaoe In the Braue But- ni. It is alleged that the her death was a fall some time ago which broke her hip. Miss Moore was born in I...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 16 January 1914

MM0IVI4MNM¡ "1 f I living curiosity Zetak returned to Wednesday from visit- or J. A. Bravanec. and wife went day to visit rola- WW-- at, 3aptlat M aj Jan. ' Church let" Sobg by the Congregation. 2nd. invocation. 3rd. Scripture reading by some member of the church. 4th. Solo, "The Man of Galilee" —Arthur Perikns. 5th. Some reminiscenes of the teariy period of the church.— - Brother ¡Lackey. 1 r David McLarty, b Rev. Charles U. McLarty, diéd at his home in Cleburne Tuesday afternoon flnd the remains weit laid to rest in the cemetery thert Wednesday afternoon. Bro. Mcr Larty has been up there all the week, but will be back in timo for services in the Mathodist •wrtfebt Bart SofaaOMr * Man by the'church Sunday. Bird Song Songs. F. Windel return* íy from a trip to the lakes 3'2feeb long ^live res, beautiful. Ani- Carnival. 1. Butler ana John K- Park- sre ' Bryan visitors here and,Mrs. P. W. Stoeltjc re- day from visiting i Somerville. Wj,' ; * • cNumber of the Lyceum will be Monday night...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 16 January 1914

r A ■t —— IF you are looking for a clean, up-to-date thea- tre to spend a pleasant time, just stop at the DIXIE and we will show you one of tfie best line* of Motion Pictures you ever saw in voar life. We Imve bought a brand new Powers 0-A Mac!litio, the br st machine on the market. The pictures are steady on screen, no flicker, don't hurt your oyes. Come in and be convinced. THE DIXIE THE PL-rtCU r H E LADIUB o o RHHh «Vio c I t ? I Doubt Disappears. Ho On* In Caldwell Who Ha • Bad Back Should Ignore This Double Proof. Does your back ever ache? HaVfc you susi>ected your kid- neys? Backache is sometimes kidney ache. With it may come dizzy spelts, Sleepless nights, tired, dull ¿ay*, Distressing urinary disorders. Doun's Kidney Pills have been endorsed by thousands. Are recommended here nt home* You have read Caldwell proof. Read now the Caldwell sequel. Benewod testimony; tested by time. Mrs. R.E. Schweda, Caldwell, Texas says: "Several years Mgo I gave a public statement vouching...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 16 January 1914

W% );r- * Kp9S| , p^s; m-w Adv rtl ln| R«tM .«to per inch PER MONTH number of lnohs murt (m obtain thM monthly rata* .60s per inch fiOe " " _46c •• •• zrzr r~7i •• •• log ran until ordered out readers f 1-2 cents per line each Per Yesr 11-50 Three months fWc, Si - months 7Sc (Invariably in Advance.) NEW AUTO FUEL. The announcement, through the American Macbinest, of a u<wly ^eloped fuel for all internal com- tion engines will be good read- for auto owners. An Englishman, after much ex- iting, has produced a fuel- which is iior only cit«-.aper tlun >oSine, but is practically oderless, an easier starter and a more rful propeller About 80 per I, of it is kerosene, the rem «in- percent being chemicals 1 are not named, but which 1 an emulision for the kerosene, combitation of the chemicals secret of the process. ¡stion of the oil is said to irfrct that there is very lit- sOot lefr in the cylinders, and it used with the same carbure Jfe gasoline. It cannot yet be bought in the Cfts,...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 16 January 1914

* ti •' düi nrfi í''f"Hii«['iii« H ■?{' $ 'I í.r" • ( '• t^r Need a Tonic vegetable ingredients, which act organs, health. ff posed off purely gently, yet surely, onthe weakened womanly org and helps build them back to, strength ana ho It has benefited thousands and thousands of weak, ailing women in its past half century of wonderful success, and It Will do the same for you. You can't make a mistake in taking BARDUI The Woman's Tonic Miss Amelia Wilson, R. P. D. No. 4, Alma, Ark., says: M1 think Cardui is the greatest medicine on earth, for women. Before 1 began to take Cardui, I was so weak and nervous, and had such awful dizzy spells and a poor appetite. Now I feel as well and as strong as 1 ever did. and caa eat most anything." Begin taking Cardui today. Sold by all dealers. Has Helped Thousands. WE HAVE MOVED Into our new bui'cling, formerly oc- cupied by Frank Sehrader, where we will be g ad to have our many friends and customers visit us when in need of DRY GOODS, STAPLE AND ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 16 January 1914

/ r ,UJ*ET NG POWDER The cook is happy, the other members of the family arc happy—appetites sharpen, things brighten up generally. And Calumet Baking Powder is responsible for it all. For Calumet never fails. Its wonderful leavening qualities insure perfectly shortened,, faultlessly raised bakings. Cannot be compared with other baking powders, which promise without performing. Even a beginner in cooking gets delightful results with this never- failing Calumet Baking Powder. Your gtoccr knows. Ask him. RECEIVED HIGHEST AWARDS World'* Pura Food Fjtpotlliim, Chicago, S. Mi FthuIiímii I'raaco, March. ttU, Yea go to Martin, Texas i Your Baths at The SANITARIUM BATH HOUSE y best* service and ienced attendants. 3X&3CS&C&33&33& LISTEN! Take Your Clothes to tha TANGO TAILOR SHOP For First I lass WorLadies work a Specialty, ■ NEIGHBORS & BELL ' blacksmith and WRIGHT ¡¡Bfll iaSP i mdr : pse'alt/ —- i*V" Civic (kbKeetinf December 29 tb. I* íí^'v The HofoáíCar. 4 Mm The m...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 16 January 1914

Fmg| F 5*' .* ■ it Km stonians ■ V —* v* FAMOUS SHOES FQfc MEN " & % They are correctly fash- ioned and understand- ingly built to yield the maximum satisfaction. ■I'm i 'i niii i 23Baaair a) Let ui «hoy you the very Shoo yqu want. There is ease and comfort in any pair you buy. 4 * X X & # X se X ie ■ i$ * i? * 5$ & X Rosenwasser i5 : X ft! ******* '.U 1 .' - 1 ~li*' -J.' LJL L ' l-~ I I ■ ^$3 Presiding Elder S. W. Thomas came up from Drenham Satur- day aiH hold thó first quarterly conference fur the Methodist church here that night. The re- |M>rtN all showed the church tobe in a flourishing condition and all dues paid up to dute. Sunday morning he preached to a lar{ e congregation and Sunday alt Jr- nooa he left for l^yons where he held the conference foi* the church at that place at night. Silos A Success. PHONE NO. 124 I WHO ARE * T1IK-LIVK ONES IN y THIS TOWN? J. fe. Porter is feeding 130 head of cattle at his silo down in t e flat. ;Jt .has a capacity of m tons *...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 16 January 1914

_ - „ Bp! " rSv: ■*. -J ' ™ " . íí ' -i ■ ■( ■ I * te - ''-"C* ■ -1 . ■ ' ftvtáw1, ■/ _ nEHS. « • -aj. w?%r* ■ " E# rir • '«C Garrett vh in Giddinga on business. Kin Rath Hale visited in Mi* loan Bfttnrday and Sunday. 5 Oharles Cott and family have moved from Porter's Prairie to h£ *• ;-a k to make their home. Mrs. John Brown spent the week in Giddings visiting rela- tives. IÜ* ?psa*-* Miss Earnest Robins returned to Ohrieaman Saturday after visiting relatives here. Mrs. W. R. Frank returned to Rosebud Saturday from visiting relatives here. Rev. J. M. Carroll of Brown- wood arrived Saturday and visit- ad the family of W. T. Worn ble. TII17 THE NEW YEAR 1914 Notwithstanding the great flood. Burleson county is enjoying prosperity, for which we arc thankful. 1913 gave us another prosperous year of business for which we thank all of our friends and customers. We are prepared for business .again u«i.«s«n omfuc Our Stock of Groceries. Hardware, Farming Implements* Buttles and Wagons Is fu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 23 January 1914

N w« e*tabllaH*cl •••♦ Con olWj «cl Chronic1 WOO May 180 7 AND NEWS-CHRONICLE ■vatsusssiss' Volumne XXIX Caldwell, Burleson County, Texas, Friday January 33, 1914 Some Satisfaction ■ V- Pi te V'"- ' There is a great deal of satis- faction in knowing that your money is absolutely safe. That's one tiling thte bank keeps always in view—the safety of the dejxisitor's money entrusted to our care. We are careful about our loans as well as our reserves We carry tire and burglar insurance. We use every precaution to protect our depositors funds. That's why our deposits are growing. THIS IS A GOOD BANK FOR YOU The First State Banl^ CmlDWELL, TEXAS Guaranty pune Bank, |W#: i&m ^ i t i ■ úí-l:-. A Volcanic Disasters In Unhappy Japan Washington, Jan. 10,—An ofli- cial account of the volcanic ca- tastrophe in Japan was made public today by the Japanese embassy here in the form of the following cablegram from Tokio: "The volcanic eruption took place on Sakura-Jima, an island off the city of K...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 23 January 1914

■HHHhIHI Copperas the Mills-Schiller of Houston came the Mills-Schiller on Sweaters at and daughter J. L. Jesse, of Temple, relatives here this week. Dr. R. B. Little of Tunis spent a few days in Gause this week visiting relatives. Born: to Mart Burke and wife of Second Creek, Tuesday night, the 8th, a boy. new residence of Prank .nec in North Caldwell is nearing completion. Want Re?. Bishop Again. The first year of ttev. M. C. Bishop's pastorate for the Bap- tist church was up Sunday, and the congregation unanimously called him for another year. He will give them an answer next Sunday. During this period of time he has made them an able and faithful pastor and has the respect and esteem of the ontire citizenship of Caldwell. There had been prepared a fine church program for that day. and it was carried out to the letter. The financial report of the years work for the church was read and made a most excellent showing for the congregation. It showed that there had been given to Buckn...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 23 January 1914

; t ¿ >, ' *-í ■ f • • Ms ■ 4 B p, ■ ■ : * 1 ' i l s; K * 1 ^""' ~ IAW- mm Im Ml .. .*i? ^ 41 ';' Í J Our new Cottrell newspaper press has arrived and is now in use and from now on we propose to give our readers as pretty a paper as is printed in any town this size i • the state. Of course we have to get acquainted- with the press thoroughly in orded to got the best results out of it, and in order to do this we have with us Fred Rankin, of Brenham, brother of've editor, who is an expert pressman, having handled one just like our new one for the past seven years, and heist¿ aoh« ' ing us every detail of the press. I Our press days are Tuesdays at 2 o'clock, p. mM and Thursdays at the same hour, and the public i is cordially invited to cull and see i our new machine at work. The ledger is now the best equipped country office in this section for our new press will print any- thing from a letter head to a newspaper, and our new gasoline engine will arrive and he install- <1 by Sat...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burleson County Ledger and News-Chronicle — 23 January 1914

i" . í í ^ * .. mm m£ — idler Co. •t Caldwell. Texa , lv rtlalng R«t*a , ..„ 20c per inch %■ íí$& : ■ m ... PEH MONTH ■ following number of inohs must be to obtain thee monthly rate. 60c per Inch 50c •« " 45o " 44 40c " " > ot0 I to 60 M - SO to 100 ... Ail ad?ertlalDff run until ordered out. Local readers 7 14 cents per line ei Insertion Per Year . $1-50 Throe months 50c, Six months 75c (Invariably in Advance.) §8!' iij'jtff. 1 . . -rirzrrm: , UNITED STATES OF MEXICO. During the floods in the Rio Grande and Mesilla valleys in ihe year 1897 that inundated portions El Paso, completely submerging •he Mexican residential districts ^ordering the river fro^t, congress appropriated $10,000 for the relief of flood sufferers residing on the American side. No sooner was is money available for distribu- tion hundreds of Mexican r flocked across the river from Juarez to share in the distribution by a generous gringo government which they profess to heartily de- spise. The performance ha...

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