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PHONES 23 and ISO
Former Senator Tendered Place on Railroad
Commission Made Vacant bv Death of
Special to I lie Eagle.
AuKtln. Texan. March 31. Coventor
Campbell thin morning tendered to
Hon. llorar Chilton of Dalian the
vacant place on the Textt Railroad
Commission held by Hon. I- J. Storey,
who died laitt Sunday.
Mr Chilton waa' apKlnted l'nttel
State, aenator by Gov Hogg and, after
having been ilefeaiej by R Q. Mill,
of Corsicana, waa elected for another
term by the legislature, lie waa suc
ceejed In the senate by the ore nt In
cumbent, Senator Bailey
It I. not yet known whither Mr.
Chilton will accept.
Declined to Commit Himielf Frienda
Believe He Will Not Give Up
Large Law Practice.
filclal to The Eagle.
Dalian, Texas, Mar.,31 Win n Keen
thla morning by Interview en, for
mer aenator Horace Chilton dec lined
to ' whether or not he would ac
cept the appointment of Railroad
Comml.Hiotier. of which he had Jut
been notified by wire from te atate
capital. Hla friends believe he ccn
not afford to relinquish his large law
practice for the sake of the compara-
No account too small to receive our careful attention
YOUR ACCOUNT IS INVITED
(I. S. PARKKK. President.
A. V. WILKKRSON,
K. H. ASTIN, Vice Pres.
K. W. CRENSHAW,
J. N. COLK. J. K. PARKER. J. W. ENGLISH
lively oru.ul emolument of the office.
SIljo Lis removal from Tyler to Dal
ian Mr Chilton has manifested no de
sire to re-enter public life.
Wires Governor That He Will Take
the Office of Railroad Commis
sioner. SHclal to The Eagle.
Austin. Texas. March 31. Former
United Statea Senator Chlltou. of Dal
las haa notified Governor Campbell by
wire that he will accept the appoint
ment as railroad commissioner ten
dered him this morning. While Mr.
Chilton haa not ha I mu'.-li to say
about public affans sine bis retlr
Dient it la known that by nature and
by hla political afflllatlona he la a con
servative, hence It is believed that he
will not favor radical measures In re
card to railroads.
Miaa Waldlne Sanders of Bryan, la
a guent of her cousin, Mrs. J. E. Sam
ple Navasota Examiner.
GREATEST SNOW STORM OF
Heaviest Snow of the Winter; Preceded by
Electrical Storm Last Night. Hailed
With Delight by Farmers.
SHi'ial In the Eagle. mioMfall of the neasnti. At 1i::',n a.
Amarlllo. Tex., March A tiolcnt in. the air i still full of the leccnll:iR
electrical Morni accomiaiiie with flakes. There Is great rejoicing uniong
brilliant flaahes of lightning and deaf- the fanner, for vegetation has not
ening crushe of thtintler raged over yet awaktied from M winter sleep
the Central Panhandle last night, fol- an. I the melting now will put the
lowed thU morning by the he;ii.t ground In fine condition for planting.
Snow in Panhandle. Ground Covered
Three Inches Deep at Quahnah. Rain
at Wichita Falls.
Special to the Eagle. f)eery flake re mill railing there and
Wichita Falls. Tex.. March 31. at p,lnU fu"h'r ortl he Panhan-
AdvlceH from Quanah thin morning
are to the effect that three inches of
die and Western Oklahoma. At this
point a cold rain is falling. Reports
from all over north Texai say the
snow covers that section and that the tenierature Is falling rapidly today.
STILL AT LARGE
Reports of Surrender Unfounded Indians
Hemmed in But no Signs of Surrender,
Special to the Eagle.
Muscogee.Okla.. March "Z. Heporta
published In the new spaper yesterday
afternoon and thla morning to the ef
fect that "he Creek Indian Chief.
Crazy Snake, and his band of braves
bad surrendered are groundless. So
says the latest Information from Hen
ryetta received Just before noon to
day. The host lies are still occupy
ing their position among the bills and
have given no Information that they
wish to surrender. CapL Hoofman'a
troop of the Oklahoma militia and
the sheriffs poee' co-operating with
hint have the Indiana surrounded so
that they cannot possibly escape. It
la not believed they hive provisions
enough to enable them to bold out
more than a few days, so that a crisis
may be expected at any moment.
There are only two horns to the dl
lema that confronts them; they must
surrender or make a desperate at
tempt to break through the lines of
the, beseigers. In the latter case there
would be a bloody battle, In which but
few. If any, of the red men could es
SNOW TEN INCHES AT CHILDRESS
Six Inches at Matador. Still Tailing.
Live Stock Not Suffering.
Special to The Eagle.
Childress. Tex.. March 25.-The
snowfall today Is far the heaviest of
the year. The ground Is now covered
to a depth of ten Inches and the snow
is still falling. Report from Matador
this morning stated that the anow was
six Inchea deep there. Everybody
Is rejoicing because it Is believed it
insures the best crops In ten years.
Live stock Is not suffering and there
is no Interference with railroad traffic.
NEGRO ARRESTED IN WACO.
Charged With Murdering White Man
In Angelina County. Reward Of
fered. Trailed by Detective.
Special to The Eagle.
Waco. Tex.. March 31 Will Jones,
a negro, charged with murdering a
white man la Angelina county eight
years ago, waa arested here today by
Detective Will Jenkins, who trailed
him to this place. The sheriff of tbe
county, where the alleged crime was
committed baa been notified and Is on
his way to take charge of the prisoner.
The governor bad offered a reward
for Jone'a capture, which doubtless
win be awarded to Detective Jenkins.
SOME UF THE EATABLES WE KEEP ALWAYS FRESH.
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F-ilr. lar Jumbo Crkry
Faacv Culia. Tnaatova
L4nr.4o P.rl Polattri
Dootry Y.a Potato
Fancy EvaporatrJ Aplri
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K.lloc'. Toai4 C. Flak
Cnaaol w total
Ftulk ..4 Pack.fr Cak.
Faacy Chocolai Car
S. Proikii Hast
Amour'. Baaoawt Bacon
llht-r Hoary CorakTrla
Prt Ptooj Paaei.t
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A. & M. Band Concert, Skating Rink, Saturday Night, April 3rd, 1909.
Admission 25c and 50c.