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TEXAS RANGERSrWAITING TO JUMP ACROSS
RIO GRANDE, NEVER WOUND ALWAYS KILL
The Texas rangers direct de
scendants, in name and courage, of
the men who fought with Mexico in
1832 may fight with Mexico again.
Governor Colquitt of Texas threat
ens to send his rangers across the
border. And when Texas rangers go
on the war path the enemy has learn
ed to look out!
top, on right, is Capt. Hughes,
Who never takes the trail of a
man that he doesn't land dead or
alive; below, "Ranger" Saunders
hauling water to camp in South
A Texas ranger never wounds a
man; he shoots to KILL! Texas rang
ers never fear a superior force. Out
numbered ten to one, they merely,
think the sport interesting. They've
been brought up to that game!
The Texas rangers have been sup
ported by the. state since 1839. They
were Texas rangers who fought with.