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Made from Foljjcr's Golden Gate teas have the most delicious taste and pleasant ef fects of any. if Quarter, half and one pound packages, Handled only by THE QUALITY GROCER. PHONES 111-179 $njau fflnrmmi Eaijlc Entered at the Postofflce In Bryan, Tezai, second class matter. BY CARNE8 & WALLACE ANNOUNCEMENTS. The Eagle Is autborlzod to an nounce tbe following candidates for the offices Indicated sub rt to tbe Democratic Primaries July 25, 1908: For Congress Sixth District: RUFUS HARDY (Reelection). For Representative GGth District : W. C. DAVIS (re-election). For District Attorney 20th District: J. FELT ON LANE. For County Judge: A. O. HOARD. (re-election) For Sheriff, J. D. CONLEI5. GEO. R. WICKER, For DlBtrlct Clerk: II. O. JONES. J. C. DENNETT J. II. BUD ICR A. A. DEAN For County Attorney: LAMAR DATIIEA, (Reelection) For County Superintendent: T. W. PARKER, (Reelection) For Tax Collector: W. WIPPHECIIT (re-election) J. W. HA R RON. For Tax AsseHHor: J. II. McCOLLOUGH (re election) For County CommlHsloner Prec. No.4. HENRY DERQER. J. H. PRIDDY, O. L. WILCOX. For Commissioner Prec. No 5: J. C. DLUMR (re-election) ARCHIE L. SMITH. For Commissioner Prec. No. 2: W. L. KDGK. For Justice off Peace Prec. No. 4; L. D. McGEE (Re-election) BRYAN, TEXAS, JUNE 6. 1908. New York lay down on the anti race track gambling bill, but Louisi ana Is going to pass It with a whoop. The South la getting Rood, not In spots, but all over. "Democratic Hob" Williams of Cumby leaped from his obscure cor ner of tbe stago Into the limelight with a single bound, and the sudden ness of It so dumbfounded the park, tho dress-circle, and the galleries, thnt they forgot to applaud. .There was a sensation In oil circles Wednesday, when It was announced that a new oil field had been brought In at Coose Creek, across tho boy from La Porte. Tho succeHsful well Is over 2000 feet deep and Is estimated at about 1000 barrels per day. The renomlnatlon of Senator Alli son over Governor Cummlngs In the Iowa primaries Indicates t lint the re actionaries still have control of the THE HEAT POWDER Put up in a Sifting Bag. Emmel's Prickly Heat Powder Has no equal for prickly heat, sunburn and chafing. Our label on every box is its guarantee. 25c. EMftfEL & M ALONE Y Prescription Draggistt. Manufacturers X-Ray Yd A nil uvi Republican hi it y machinery. But the machine can't control the votes of thousands of progressive Republicans In that ami other States. My a vote of 12 to 4 the Chicago board of education has fixed the age limit of teachers at fifty years. Hut It has not yet decided to chloroform them at sixty. State Health Officer llrumby de clares that diseased cattle driven out of other States by their sanitary laws and rigid Inspections will be brought to Texas, If the authorities do not ex- evlso great diligence to Prevent li (Jlrls and young married women who read Helen Rowland's "Rolloe tlons of a Bachelor Girl" find them both Interesting and Instructive, For Inatance: "If a woman were like n aerial novel and n man could read only one chapter at a time, honey moons would lust forever." Canada has Introduced n bill carry ing un export luty on pulp wood with the avowed object of forcing pigier manufacturers to move to that conn try. It may prove that this movement will be Unit which will bring the pa per mills to Texas and Louisiana, where yet there Is much material to be found of which paper may be made, lleaiimont Enterprise, Some of our exchangea assert that an assistant In the attorney-general'M office has' declared the Initiative and referendum law unconstitutional. This Is an error; he only expressed doubt as to whether It Is constitutional or not. It Is under this law that an ef fort will be made to submit the ipies- tlon of mate-wide protiliilllon to a vote of the people. The people of Texas regard It as an Infliction If the legislature fulls to adjourn at the end of the sixty day of full pay provided for In the con stitution or twenty days for an ex traordinary session. , In Illinois, the cglslature has been grinding away for nearly a year and u half, and no Im mediate prospect of closing the talk- fest and the Junketing at the public expense. Poor old Illinois. Statistics show that suicides of young people between the ages of 10 and 19 have Increased ten per cent In the last seven years. Yet never be fore were the agencies ior Improving the environment of voting people and surrounding them with a pure and wholesome almost here so numerous and so active. It may be that these very agencies, tak'ng the place of par- ntal authority Mid home Influence, are responsible. In part at least, for I the deplorable facts that confront us, I Home parents are shirking their per- sonal responsibility and trusting too much to ouwdde agencies to save the blldren. FINAL BALL TICKETS. Tickets for the final ball at the A. M. College are on sale at Smith Drug Co. No one will be admitted without ticket. Price of ticket. 1.1.00, C. W. HO.MHYLR, JR., President. t f Relief Remedies. TA TO REFORM LIQUOR TRADE. Milwaukee, Win., J mm f.--The local committee dti arrangements for the u it ti nit I convention of tin- 1'nltcd Stale Brewers' association In 1I1U city next week Is In receipt of advices Indicting that lint gathering will lii ill.' largest ever lli'lil tiy tllllt organlnlloil during ItM existence oi marly half h century. It Is also apparent (lint the Convention U regarded UN the IIIOMt Iim port n itt Unit the association Inm U'VIT Ill'llJ. At this convention the association Intends to take definite steps to aliol lull the dives and dlsrcpluabhv loons, the existence of which Is acknowledged to havo done much to aid' I he progress of the prohibit loii wave that has swept the country. As a preliminary step, the brewer will take the Initiative In the forma tion of a new national orKanlattnn, with membership of practically '), 000 big business concerns allied wliU the lliitor (raffle. The proposed oik.hi l.atlou will embrace the mallsters, the manufacturers of special brewliiK ma (hlnery, dealers In brewing supplies, real estate men, contractors, builders wngonnuikers, Insurance men and farmers. The organization will conduct i crmpnlKii of publicity to counteract the effect of the present prohibition movement. Committees will be ap pointed to Investlgte conditions all ever tne country witn reference to the Ihpior business, both In "open" and In "dry" communities, and to pub lish the results for the benefit of the public, Literature on the economic aspects of thchuidncss , and other I ilia wen of the truffle, will be prepared by the organization committee ami distributed broadcast throughout the country. Special efforts will be made to bring about the enactment of so- called "model license" laws In com munities where such laws are deemed advisable. OREAT ATHLETIC MEET AT CHICAGO. Chicago, III., June 6. The cream of I he. Western College athletes are pour lug Into Chicago to take part In Hie truck gnmes of the Intercollegiate Conference Athletic association on Marshall Held tomorrow, The early predictions that the meet will be the biggest affair of Its kind ever pulled Off In Chicago uiidoiibteillv will tig hlimicil, I lie Ht of entiles Is not only larger, but of a far mine repre srniutlvc character than In previous years, Twenty. two teiiniN have ent-red tin meet. In addlilon to the "big eight there will lie squads from l.clnnd Stanford, (lilnnell, Lawrence, Morn IngMlde, Michigan Agricultural, Ames Olterlln, Olivet, Drake and n iiuiiiIh of oilier colleges, There are In nil itiiiiviiiuni cntrlcH, as against linn last year. The special relay race ar ranged for high school athletics will bring out the star runners of n large number of schools, scattered from Ohio to the Pacific coast, GRADUATION EXERCISES AT ANNAPOLIS. Annapolis, Mil.. June fl, The larg est class of cadets ever graduated at one time rrom the fulled Him... Naval academy received thler dlplo mas today rrom the hands of Secre tory of the Navy Metcalf. The honor man of the graduating class In Midshipman Jerome ( Hun saker of Saginaw. Mich, The accom man Is Edmund II. Norton of Port land, Me. In Kentucky last Wednesday, there was a wedding, at which the high contracting parties were a boy of IH and a girl of II. The ceremony was performed by the boy's father, who Is h preacher. Just before the cereino ny, the lirldo was found by her "miner dressing her dolls, which slit had played with from Infancy, She Cried as she kissed them good live i ins incident proves nun (Here are some fool parents as well as fool dill dren In this world tiive us enforcement of present laws. Tliis Is a belter campaign slo gun than either "fewer laws and bet ler laws, or "more laws and belter laws." It Is proponed to Introduce In the next leglnlature a bill to legalize sum I tunning Jurors and witnesses by tele phone -"Line's busy." Oklahoma seems to be the land of storms, In more senses than one, The rivers and politicians are vicing In rampageouaness. According to the Star," Fort Worlh Is to have an airship factory. Nobody Is surprised; Fort Worth wiin nlways boiiynnt. No Offer Mads Dolllvtr. Fort Dodge, June 5. Senator Polllvcr, when asked about the report btat Taft would favor blm for the vic e presidential nomination, said he knew nothing ahout the move and would not ' AMPLE QUARTERS FOR TAFT BOOMERS. Chicago, III., June 6, The Taft doom has struck Chicago In earnest. From now until after the preitldonllal nomination Is made It will ho difficult for anyone to visit one of the leading hotel In the downtown district with out running Into a Taft headquarters sign, Quarters lu three big hotela were opened simultaneously today. At the Auditorium annex a largo part of one of the parlor floors has been reserved for Taft hcudiuurters, This brunch of the campaign machinery will be In personal charge of Charles P. Taft of Cincinnati, brother of the secretory of war, Wade Ellis, of Co lumbus, Ohio, la In cliargo or the Taft headquarters In tho Great Northern hotel, while at the Auditorium former Governor Myron T, Herrlck of Ohio will look after tho Taft Interests ami see that the cigars, campaign buttons and literature are distributed with a generous hand, Y. W. C. A. AT ASHEVILLE. Ashevllle, N. C June fl, Several humred young women, representing many States, have arrived here, each wlih her full quota of trunks and traveling bags, to he present at th" opening of the national convention of the Young Woman's .Christian Assocl Mlon of the United States, which Is held for the next ten days at Konll worth Inn. It Is estimated that at least fill!) delegates will attend the conference, The program Is replete with Interesting features In the way of papers, addresses and discussions, r ni Vll Men's and ions' Trousers s It will surely pay to look over the splen did offerings in men's and boys' clothing ALL AT 33 OFF I o In addition-to Ihe usual amount of routine business. BISHOP CANEVIN'S BIRTHDAY. Pltlshurg. Pa., June 6. The Itt. Rev. Itegla Caiievln. bishop or the Catholic diocese of Pittsburg, .received nuni.v congratulations today on the occasion of his nrty-nrth birthday anniversary. Bishop t'u tie v I ii Is a native of Pennsyl vania, and since bis ordination im a priest In 1N79. bis labors have been confined almost wholly to this vicin ity. He has 1 n bishop of IHtsburg for five yeurs. FOR OOVERNOR OF NORTH CAROLINA. Charlotte, N. C, June 5. The man who will succeed Governor Glenn In the gubernatorial office of North Car olina will bo choiien ft tho Democratic State convention here the latter part of this month. Governor Glenn Is not a candidate to succeed himself, there being a constitutional Inhibition In North Carolina preventing a governor once elected 111 the regular, way for a full term of four years from succeed ing himself. There ure three gubernatorial can didates In the canvass for the nomi nation. The primaries up to date In- illcnto the leader In the race to be Locke Craig, of Ashevllle. Second In the race Is William W. Kltchln, who retired from the house after representing the Fifth North Carolina district for six consecutive terms. Tho third member or the trio or caiiilldiiteM Is Ashley Home, who enjoys prominence as a successful business man, as well as a politician. .SJECDA 30 DISCOUNT ON OFF ALL JUST OPENED A NEW LINE OF split! straws 03.00 to $2.00 IFIdc Shlrls $1.50 and $1.00 Fancies and Whites mmm NEWS NUGGETS. Texas Is shipping tralnloads of veK rlHbles to northern markets. Texas congressmen are coming home. Most of them will at once go to work on their fences. Two new railroad companies were chartered Thursday, one In East and the other In West Texas. State Chairman Carden has ruled that the Democratic voters In each precinct are to elect their chairman. j Hrown beat Governor Hoke Kmlili for the Democratic nomination for governor of Georgia. Estimate of the majority range from 15,000 to 2:1,000. Chicago Is filling up with delegates and vlHltors to the national Republi can convention. t Gregorls. the mutl who a'. tempted to assassinate Maj. Dreyfus, aaya he did not shoot at Dreyfus, but at Drey, ruslsm. LOUISIANA FIREMEN'S TOURNA MENT. Baton Rouge, La., June C Raton Rouge gave a hearty welcome today to the representatives of the LoniaU ana State Flremen'a association, gath ered here for their third annul con vention. Delegations of fire fighters, nccompttuled by bonds and cltlr.ens, poured In on every train this morn ing. The city is handsomely decorat ed In honor of the visitors. Business reports and discussions will occupy the attention or the firemen today and tomorrow. Sunday Is tho dBy aet aside for the big parade and the the gathering. 1 $i cad 1" refuse what had not been offered.