The Bagpipe. (Palestine, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 3, Ed. 1 Tuesday, July 17, 1906 Page: 1 of 4
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"The Campbells Are Coming."
A LAST WORD.
This is the last Issue of our paper.
We have labored faithfully for a good
cause, and the friends of Mr. Camp-
bell have every reason to believe that
his nomination Is assured.
We are proud to be numbered
among his supporters.
He is a native born Texas Demo-
crat without fear and without re-
He was the only railroad manager
in Texas who supported Hogg and the
measures he stood for.
That man—beloved of the plain
people—was his friend and endorse-!
our candidate in the present race.
He was the first opponent of the
free-pass evil to make a practical ap-
plication of his faith.
It is a matter of common knowledge
along the I. & G. N. road that when
he became receiver of that road he
reduced the free-pass list more than
seventy-five per cent.
He was the only general manager
of a railroad in the United States who
supported Bryan for president.
He resigned his place as manager
rather than surrender his political
We believe in the reforms he advo-
cates and that in no other way than
by his election can the "Hogg amend-
ments" triumph. No other candidate
for Governor is supporting these
His character comports with the
dignity and power of the high offica
of Governor of Texas.
He will be just. He will be firm.
He will be true.
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OUR LAST ISSUE. *
Hasn't He "Got a Hump on Him?"
Two of Them in Fact.
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Palestine, Texas, July 4, 190C—
In his speech at Pilot Point on J
"They say he has a letter fro
never heard anything of it until afte
a letter, but Governor Hogg decline
As conclusively refuting this st
ernor Hogg to Mr. W. F. Cameron o
your paper photographic fac simile o
proper signature will be recognized th
To The Dallas Daily News:
une 29, as reported in your daily on June 30, Judge Brooks said, speaking of
ni Governor Hogg saying he is the veiy thing for Governor. Strange that we
r Governor Hogg died. I dare them to produce it. They tried to get such
d to have anything to do with it."
atement. of Judge Brooks, we herewith hand you the origanal letter of Gov-
f Atlanta, Texas, and request that you cause to be made and printed in
f the letter in final settlement of this controversy. Governor Hogg's own
roughout Texas. S. A. McMEANS,
Chairman Campbell Campaign Committee.
He is a typical representative of tho
Bryan-Reagan-Hogg—the only Tex.ia
An able lawyer and a man above
fear and above reproach, Tom Camp-
bell will honor the Texans who honor
The times demand one not to be
outranked in strength or purity of
His administration will mean equal-
ity of taxation, without discrimination
in favor of corporate wealth, enabling
the state to redeem her long repudiat-
ed pledge, to her boys and girls, Ij
country as well as in town, of an a'k
quate school term.
He will seek to compel railroads to
adopt the same valuation of their
properties when they pay taxes as
when they levy taxes on the products
and commerce of the people.
He will unflinchingly support the
railroad commission, which he aideo
Governor Hogg to establish, in resist-
ing the determined, united and des-
perate attempt of the railroads to de-
prive that tribunal of its every useful
power, by federal court injunction.
He will see that all laws are faith-
He will suppress the breaking of
Texas laws whether by giant trust,
or proprietor of a blind tiger.
He will secure rigid economy, ,iud
the application of approved business
principles, In the conduct of the
state's fiscal affairs.
Above all "By Gatllns, they can't
buy him and they can't bluff him,"
and we wish to add they can't fool
He. will be the next Governor of
Texas. No man will be keeper of hi3
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