DEMOCRATS: Garner Issue

Friendly Texans thronged the Dallas railroad station last week to greet their own John Nance ("Jack") Garner, homeward bound from Washington. The Democratic vice-presidential nominee bustled out of his through Pullman long enough to give them a first taste of his campaign oratory. Above locomotive whistles, escaping steam and lusty cheers he shouted:

"This is the first time in more than 20 years I've made an electioneering speech. Either the people of my district have a lot of confidence in me or I fooled 'em...

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