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   Amarillo Daily Panhandle (Newspaper) - May 15, 1916, Amarillo, Texas                                 The Daily Panhandle  .Vol. IX. Vo.  A mari Ilo, Texas. Monday, Ma>' 15.  I'rice Five Cents  INFURIATED MOB BURNS TO DEATH NEGRO WHC ASSAULTED WHITE WOMAN  TWENTY THOUSAND MEN STORM WACO COURTHOUSE AND SEIZE NEGRO WHO ADMinED MURDER  Mexican Border and Governors of States Whose M iilita Has Been Called Out.  • Cot ---’„-7------   ----    ^  ^ \  <-.Ar.AS  V'^    •LP-ANL»L.S  vX>  NAM i ou I  NEW 'MEXICO  CÌOVER.NOR..  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