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EX PASO HERALD Herald Cooking School, Hotel Paso del Norte, April Three To Tenth Official Proceedings of The County Commissioners Monday. March, S. 1915. Court met in regular monthly ses sion at 2:39 p. m. Officers present: iron Adrian Fool, county Judge, pre siding. Hon. James Clifford, commis--'oner, precinct No. 1: Hon. Seth B. uriidorff, commissioner, precinct No. 3 Hon. J. SC Walling, coraralssien ii precinct No. 4; B. B. McClintoek, ierK. by C Aranda, deputy. Commis sioner Pendell being absent. Maicil S. 1915. tin this day the minutes of the pre- 'ous meeting of the court were read : ni on motion of Commissioner Wall ing dnl) made and seconded, it is or dtred by the court that said minutes be and the same are hereby approved. March 8. 115. on this day. on motion of Commis sioner ondorff, duly made and sec ondci. it is -crdered by the court that tl- matter of poylng for dentist work on W. T. Lewis, hurt in the county jail while at work by an insane man. ho referred to County Attorney Croom with power to act. March S, 191S. On this day. on motion of Commis sioner Orndorff, duly made and sec onded, it is ordered by the court that the petition of R. M. Reed for cancel lation of taxes for the year 1S86 on is acres in the name of Urbana Ron to the district attorney be postponed for future action. March $. 115. On this day. on motion of Commis sioner Orndorff, duly made and sec onded, it is ordered by the court that the county auditor be and he is hereby authorised to receive bids for two padded cells for the county jail, March S. 115. On this day, on motion of commis sioner Clifford, duly made and sec ;iiE -w, 'iS -i.rfr-V..t onded- " ordered by the court that quillo. abstract ISO. San Elixario Grant, lh . . tran.ferrad from be and the same is hereby granted. and the tax collector is hereby ordered to cancel the same. March 8, IMS. On this day, on motion of commis sioner Orndorff, duly made and sec onded, it is ordered by the court that the report of I. G. Gaal on the condi tion of the county hospital and poor farm for the month of February and ending March S. 1915, be and the same is hereby approved. March 8. 1915. On this day, on motion of Commis sioner Clifford, duly made and second ed by Commissioner Walling, it is or dered by the court that the sum of $150 be appropriated to complete the work on the Montoya Loop road. March S, 1915. On this day, on motion duly made and seconded. It is ordered, by the court that The recommendation of the Grand Jury empanelled for the January term of the District Court, that provisions be made. If possible, for the employment of an assistant GLASSWARE ART POTTERY ;. ; NEW STOCK COMPLETE SERVICE LINE IN FOREIGN AND AMERICAN WARES DeKyle Smith 102 N. Stanton. Phone 2398.. EXHIBITING AT HERALD COOKING SCHOOL the sum of S3000 be transferred from the general fund to the poor farm and hospital fund. March 8, 1915. On this day. on motion duly made and seconded, it is ordered by the court that claims against El Paso county be and the same are hereby approved and allowed upon their re spective funds as said claims appear of record in Book No. 5, pages 7 to It, from claim 197 to 237 and from claim No. 1 to 19. inclusive. March 8, 1915. On this day, on motion of Commis sioner Clifford, duly made and sec onded, it is ordered by the court that the bonds of the Union Bank 4 Trust Company, as county depository, in the sum of 1.00, and as depository of the school funds of said county in the sum of S40.M9 be and the same are hereby approved and that the same be recorded in the minutes of this court as follows: The State of Texas, County of El Paso. Whereas, the Commissioners' Court of El Paso County, Texas, at a 'eb ruary term. 1916. having theretofore advertised as required by law forbids from banks in El Paso, Texas, desir ing to be selected as a depository of the funds of such county, and Whereas, at a meeting af the said Commissioners' Court, held in the City and County of x. Paso, Texas, on the Jith day of February, A. D. 1915. said court opened and considered the bids theretofore made in pursuance to such advertisement, and Whereas, the bid of the Union Bank & Trust Company, of 1 Paso, Texas, acting for itself, was the highest and best bid received by the said Commis sioners' Court, the said Union Bank & Trust Compan, by its bid offered to pay the largest rate of interest per annum for same, said interest to be computed upon the daily balances of credit of tsaid county with said de pository, dnd Whereas, by Section S3, Chapter 154, of the 39th Legislature it is provided that the depository selected shall within five days after its selection ex ecute a bond payable to the County Judge and his successors in office, to be approved by the Commissioners'! Court and filed in the office of the Clerk of said County, with not less than five solvent sureties who shall own unencumbered real estate in the State of Texas, not exempt from ex ecution under the law. of as great value as the amount of said bond, and further provided that said bond shall be in no event for less than the total amount of the revenues of said county for the entire two years, for which the same is made; and Whereas, the total amount of rev enue for the entire two years for which the bond is made will not ex ceed the sum of Four Hundred Thou sand Dollars S400.0M); Now therefore, know all men by these presents. That we, the Union Bank & Trust Company, or El Paso. Texas, as principal, and E. Move. Max Moye. H. W. Broaddus, J. C Zosaya and S Aronsteln, as sureties, acknowl edge ourselves indebted and bound to pay Adrian Pool. County Judge of the County of El Paso, Texas, and his stu ressors in office, the sum of Four Hundred Thousand Dollars (J 100.000 upon the condition that the said union I Bank & Trust Company, of El la so. 1 Texas, will faithfully perform all of I the duties and obligations devolving by law upon it as such depository and that it will pay upon presentation all checks drawn upon Jt by the County Treasurer of said County whenever any county funds shall be in that de pository applicable to the payment of said checks and conditioned further that all funds of the said county shall or kept In said depository, and that with the interest agreed to be paid on same by said depository according to its bid, be accounted for according to law. Now should the above conditions and each of them be fully kept and com piled with, this bond is to be null and void, otherwise it is to remain in full force and effect for the enforcement of 'the said conditions and to afford the security for which it is intended. In witness of all of which the said principal has caused its name to be signed hereto by its duly authorised officer and the same to be attested Sureties. . IguW Mrs. Edna Evans Has Decided to Use Western Coffee Co's. Coffee and Tea Exclusively in her demonstrations and lectures to the Housewives of El Paso during the next eight days, at the Herald Cooking School. This proves conclusively the superiority we claim for our brands. The Quality The Purity lii The Absolute Healthfulness of President Brand r Cof Statesman Brand Ambassador Brand ees and Teas Three Delicious Blends of Coffee 45c -40c -35c Per Pound As Your Grocer He Knows An El Paso Product Financed by El Paso Men. ftrJaSr-jF? 2w m'J a x y fw by its secretary, and its corporate seal impressed hereon and eaclr of the said sureties has hereto signed his name on this, the 1st day of March. A. D. 1915. Union Bank & Trust Company of EI Paso, Texas. By B. Moye, President. Principal. Attest: M. More, Secretary. (Corp. Seal Union Bans: Troat CO. offe! Paso, Ten.) li Moye. K. W. Broaddus. S. Aroateteia. J. c zozays. The State of Texas, County of EI Paso. Before me, the undersigned author ity, on this day personally appeared B. Moye, as president of the Union Bank A Trust Company, of El Paso, Texas, and E. Moye. Max Moye. H. W. Broaddus. J. C. Zosaya and S. Aren stein, each and all of whom are per sonally known to me to be the persons whose names are subscribed to the foregoing instrument; and the said R. Moye acknowledged to me that he executed the same in the capacity therein stated, and as the act of the Union Bank A Trust Company, of El Paso, Texas, for the purposes and considerations therein expressed, and the said K. Moye, jlax Moye, H. W. Broaddus, J. C Zosaya and S. Aron stiai each and all acknowledged to me that they executed the same for the purpose and considerations therein expressed, and in the capacity therein set forth. Given under ray hand and seal of office this 1st day of March, A. D. 191k (Notarial SeaL) J. W. Harley. -Notary Public, in and for EI Paso County, Texas. Bond of Union Bank & Trust Co, as County Depository. Filed and approved by Commission ers Court, March 3. 1915. B. B. McCimtock. Clerk. By C Aranda. Deputy. The State of Texas. County of El Paso. Know all men by these presents. That we, the Union Bank & Trust Company, of El Paso. Texas, as prin cipal, and E. Moye, Max Moye, H. W. Broaddus, J. C Zoyzoya and SI Aron- I ntein. as ani-Mie. Are held and firmlv j bound unto Adrian Pool. County ' Judge of EI Paso County. Texas, and his successors in office, in the sum of Forty Thousand Dollars (tiO.Me). for the payment of which we hereby bind ourselves and our heirs, executors and administrators, jointly and se e rally, by these presents. The condition of the above obliga tion is such that whereas the above bcunden principal offered the highest bid of Interest on daily balances. 2 1-2 per cent, and was on February CI. 1915, chosen by the Commissioners' Court as depository of the funds of M Paso County, including school funds, for the term of two ears, be ginning February 2i, 19)5; Now. therefore, if the said Union Bank A Trust Company, qt Bt Paso. Texas, shall severally keep and faith- , fully disburse the school funds ac- I cording to law. and pay such warrants as may be drawn on said funds by competent authority, and shall account for them, together with tho interest thereon at the rate of two and one half per cent 2 1-2 per cent) per an num, calculated on daily balances, to the Commissioners- Court of said County and to the State Superinten dent of Public Instruction, as required by law, then this obligation shall be void, but otherwise It shall remain in ' full force and effect. In testimony thereof, witness our l hand this 1st day of March. A. D. 114. , union sanK & Trust company of El Paso. Texas, By E. Moye, President. Principal. Attest: X. Moye. Secretary. ' "TBB I .. .Moye, M. Moye. St.. C W. Broaddat. , S. Aronsteln, J. C Zozoya. Sureties. Corp. Seal. Union Bank A Trust Co.. of Kt Paso, Texas.) The State of Texas. County of Kl Paso. Before me. the &nderi?nMl nutfcA,.. Ity. on this day personally appeared E. Moye, as president of the Union Bank A Trust Company, of El Paso. Texas, and E. Moye, Max Moye. H. W. Broaddus, J. C. Zozoya and S. Aron steln, each and all of whom are per sonally known to me to be the persons wnoee names are suoscriDea io m ; foreKOintr instrument; and the said E. , Moye acknowledged to me that he ex ecuted the same in the capacity there- in stated, and as the act of the Cnion i Bank Trust Company, of EI Paso, j Texas, for the purpose and considera- ! tions therein expressed, and the said E. Moye. Max Moye. H. W. Broaddus, . J. C. Zozoya and S. Aronsteln. each I and all acknowledge to me that they executed the same for the purpose and considerations therein expressed, and la the capacity therein set forth. Given under my hand and seal of office this 1st day of March. A. I. ISIS. J. W- Harley. Ei Faso. Texas. (Notarial SeaL) Bond of Union Bank A Trust Com pany as County School Depository. Filed and approved by Commission ers' Court. March 8th, 191E. E. B. McCllntock, Clerk. By C. Aranda, Deputy. El Paso, Texas, February Term, 191. To the Honorable Commissioners' Court of El Paso County. Texas. Gentlemen: Pursuant to the law res-ulfttinir tha "appointment of a County Auditor on ine -sin aay oi r-eDruary. a. u. i?ia, I convened a certaU meeting of the County and District Courts of El Paso County. Texas, for the purpose of se lecting an Auditor for El Paso County, Texas. I called the meeting to order; present: Honorable Dan 11. Jackson, Judae of the Jith Judicial District of Texas, and the Honorable P. R. Price. Judge of the 41st Judicial District of Texas, and Adrian Pool, Esq., County Judge of EI Paso County, Texas. The meeting at once proceeded ta the selection of a Coanty Auditor, and Iloj L Barn u m was unanimously chosen as County Auditor for M Paso County, Texas. Respectfully submitted. Adrian Pool County Judge. Filed March , 191B. K. B. McCllntock, County Clerk. By C. Aranda. Deputy. E. 9il, Da. , Con. Blue. J Ex. Rw. Austin. Taxaet Feb. JS, MIS. 4:7 p. m. Hon. C W. Croom. County Atty- Kl Paso, Texas. Commissioners' Court has not au thority to appoint County Purchasing ASWt- B. F. Looney. Atty. General. Filed, March .!. , , K. B. McCHatook, Co. Clerk. By C Aranda. Deputy. Budget for the Tear 1915. Name of Account. Apprepriaiioa. Advertising and publication 'J? Court House 0999 jail 1TSM Poor House .-, 1st Pauper outside and Poor Farm MM Lunatics and DeL Children SM Justice of Peace a... IS Clinic 39 County A; County Attorney County County Auditor 4t9 Clerk JSoe County Collector .............. County Judge ! Sheriff County Treasurer Hi District Clerk Commissioners' Court ..' 2M Xos. 4th and 4st Courts 4tM Elections Small Pox MM Heating .....-,'. XSM Road and Bridge HM Court Appeals Ss4M Miscellaneous 1M4M Jury 8W4M Toial S19S.9M And on motion of Cosamiesioaef Walling it is ordered that said budget be and the same is hereby approved. Filed March 8th. 1915. E. B. McCllntock, Clerk. By C. Aranda. Deputy. The Court then adjourned until to morrow at 9 o'clock a. m. v.drlan Pool. Attest: County Judge. K. B. McCllntock. Clerk. By C. Aranda. xepnty. Tuesday, .March i, 1915. Court met at 9 o'clock a. m. All of ficers present but Commissioner Clif ford. March 9. 1915, On this day, on motion of Commis sioner Orndorff. duly made and sec onded by Commissioner Walling, and on recommendation of the County At torney, -and the Tax Collector, it is hereby ordered that the said County Attorney and said Tax Collector be authorised to employ a capable office man whose duties shall be to prepare statements of delinquent taxes that may be necessary to institution ot suits for the recovery of delinquent taxes, that said employee shall receive a salary of not more than one hundred dollars per month, said salary to be paid out of the General Fumf of then County, that his employment be for a period not to exceed two months un less further ordered by the Commis sioners' Court. March 9. 1915. On this day, on motion of Commis sioner Orndorff. duly .made and sec onded by Commissioner Walling, it is ordered by the Court that Dr. G. B. Calnan be and be is hereby appointed assistant to the County Physician at a salary of $80 per month. March 9, 1915. On this day. on motion of Commis sioner Waning, duly made and sec onded, it is ordered by the Court that the petition of Ei Paso Lodge No. 139, A. F. A A. M praying that their property, located at the corner of North EI Pas and Vest Missouri streets, known as the "Masonic Tem ple," be released from whatever taxes may be aosessed and levied against it a: this time, and that the same be ex empt from taxation hereafter so long as it shall continue to be used as a purely benevolent Institution, be and the same is hereby granted; and that a copy ot this order be furnished, the Tax Collector and Assessor for their observance. March S, 1915. On this day, on motion duly made and seconded. It is ordered by the Court that the following persons be and are hereby appointed as County I-Hoard-of Education, to-wit: W. C. Carson. Sierra Blanea: W. T. Duncan. Ysleta; C. A. Klnkle, Vinton:. M. H. neon, Clint, and t. B. Putnam, at large. March 9. 1915. On this day. on motion of Commis sioner Orndorff. duly made and sec onded, it is ordered by the Court that the pauper allowance of 54.M hereto fore granted to Coeeiio BuetlUoe, who has died since, be now granted to Mrs. Ceeelio Bustillos for her main tenance and support. . March 9, 1915. ' On this day, on motion of Commis sioner Orndorff. duly made and sec onded, it is ordered by the Court that the County Hospital payroll be al- lowed monthly upon approval of the The Court then adjourned sine die Adrian i'ool. Attest: County judge. E. B. McCllntock. Clerk. By C. Aranda, Deputy. Saturday. March 13, 19l Court met in special call session at 19:15 a. m. AH officers thereof being present, but Commissioner Walling. March 13. 1915. On this day. on motion of Commis sioner Pendell. duly made and sec onded by Commissioner Clifford, it ts ordered by the Court that the sum of Jioee be and the same is hereby ap propriated for the purpose of aiding the Chamber of Commerce in paying a local Farm Demonstration Agent under the dlrecttoa) ot the State Agent, said amount to be paM monthly, and warrants are hereby ordered issued for said purpose when he is so se lected. March 13, 115. On motion of . Commissioner Orn dorff, dory' ami i and seconded, it i ordered by Ihe Court that the claim of W. T. Lewis for -injuries received in the County JaiL be and the same is hereby approved and allowed on the General Fund, for the sum of $25.00. March 13, 1915. It is ordered by the Court that the claim of MarcJaao Sierra for trimming ti ees ein CoroaMssioners Precinct No. 3 be allowed on tho R. and B. fund for the sum of $19. 90. March 13. 1915. On this day, on motion of Commis ( Continued on next page.) il. ' y "insssaV " 'HELP MAKE EL PASO BEAUTIFUL' I MAJESTC Porch and Window Boxes Cost Little Last a Lifetime. SEE DISPLAY AT HERALD COOKING SCHOOL pATHBUH MX fOHPAHT Exclusive Distributors. 4 1 9 Mesa Ave. j Mite When Such an Authority As Mrs. Edna Evans ' selects . . "Globe" and . . "Cream of Wheat" Flour For her demonstrations at the Herald Cooking School, it's a goodi. indication that these are the brands to use in your home. "Globe" and Cream of Wheat" K.fl.tteitf ap s Flour I are made from strictly Kansas Hard Turkey Wheat and are par ticularly rich in gluten. MRS. EVANS' DEMONSTRATIONS' WILL CON-" VINCE YOU THAT OUR CLAIMS ARE TRUE. HAflEltf m GLOBE MILLS HIGH GRADE FLOUR "Made in El Paso"