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9 VAMNSVS litnsunu Numerous Shipments Made to Range and Sales Are made to uoioraao men. Van Horn. Tex, May 13 Van Horn cattlemen have been receiving: large consignments of cattle during: the past week, as well as making good ship ments to other points. Among the cat tle shipped In were 1600 head received by J W. Corn, to be put on the ange he purchased from Hall and Canin. J M. Brownfield and his sons. John and Dick Brownfield, Albert Sanders A. Son. John Coffelt Tfevle Hawkins and Byrd brought in 159 head of cattle from the north end of the county. The cattle -were sold to Graham & Price. Shipments from Van Horn. Shipments made from Van Horn in clude 400 head shipped by Ed Jones to Lamar, CoL D. C Armstrong; also made a shipment to Lamar, Calif. George Eans & Sons have shipped 330 head f-om Kent to Graham & Price, at Odessa. Another shipment to the same firm was made by Glenn Durrill. Hardy Mershon, Bertie Bristow and Vernon Wilson. It consisted of 165 head of the Durrill cattle. Allen Hall and Dolpn. 'Williams also shipped out 200 bead. BnUdinR Blc Tank. W D Garren is having a large tank built on his range, 30 miles soatheast of Van Horn. When completed it will represent an expenditure of 5100. Mor tng & McCraoken are in charge ef the work on the tank. What Causes Sore Peet? Aching, burning, and sweaty feet, corns, callouses, and sore bunions all originate from Injured tissues. But there is no ne cessity to endure foot torture a single moment. Any of these troubles can be instantly re Dermanentlv cured iieTed and J y using the following scientific treatment that acts through the pores and removes the cause Two tablespoonfuls of Calcocide ompound in warm foot bath, soak the feet fifteen minutes, gently rubbing sore parts." Tou can get Calocide from any drug store- A twenty-five-cent package is usuallv enough to cure the worst feet Medical Formula, Dayton, O. Advertisement. 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Many a woman has kept her youth ful appearance long past middle life because of proper care of the hair, and In this care the first considera tions are absolute cleanliness and a choice of the right shampoo. It is not advisable to use a cleanser made for all purposes, but rather always use a prepartion made for shampoo ing only. You can enjoy the best that is known for about three cents a sham poo by getting a package of Canthrox from your druggist. Dissolve a teas poonful in a cup of hot water and your shampoo is ready. After its use the hair dries rapidly with uniform color Dandruff, excess oil and dirt a-e dissolved and entirely disappear j "-. lour hair will Be so fluff that it will look much hea ier than it i Tt ' win iooh. nmootaiiet man it is. If? , luste" and softness will also delight tub, while the stimulated scalp gains I . v. -i.i. -. v.ik ,--.. k , ... . i e he-Uth which, insures hair growth i rtis ment I 'SOIEIM ! Hinfjnao Shipments Are Made "Under , Special Permits; Expect J uai-aumie laqauicauon. Although the quarantine against Mex ican cattle has not been raised. ertain special permits for the entry of Mexi- a number of shipments from southern , longed to accept the delightful din ports hae been received. A shipment ner invitation, John had an engage of 3W head of cattle and mules w as re- ment for that evening an engagement ceived last week at Galveston, this he could not break. hoinxr one of the larsrest shiuments 1 nh I'm en wirrrr Vr Korrls ex- made since the quarantine order becam I claimed. "And." tentatively, "I sup effective. The cattle is all being held . j you are so newly married that In quarantine for a week before it is al lowed to proceed. May Modify Quarantine. Cattlemen here were advised Mondai that a meeting of the livestock board was to be held Tuesday afternoon at Austin following a conference with Gov. Fetgueon, and it is expected that the quarantine order, though still op erative, will be greatly modified. Among the most important modifies f tions expected are the inclusion of a number of other southwestern states in the four state quarantine agreement, ivhich is now effective between Texas, Colorado. .New Mexico ana Arizona. This agreement permits of Interstate shipments. It is believed that Colo rado, Utah and California, and possibly Oklahoma, will be added to the quar antine agreement. Range Conditions Good. Shipments through El Paso have been light, though local cattlemen ha e been advised that considerable shipments from both Arizona and New Mexico to the Fort Worth market are now oeing gathered and will soon pass through. Range conditions to the east of El Paso are excellent, with an especially good range in the Valentine section. All water holes are fnll and the stock ap pears to be in fine condition. William Harrell, secretary of the Pan handle & Southwestern Stockmen s as sociation, is in Amarillo, attending a meeting of the axecuthe committee. GETS SBOFQR TIIEUDS Amarillo, Tex May IS n tlS.000 cattle deal which is remarkable tor the high price secured for the stock sold is reported from Hereford. Charles Donald, of Hereford, is reported to have sold to J. A. Fleming, a Missouri cat tleman. 300 two year old steers at an average price of J 60, the deal aggre gating 318.000. Inusnally Fine Steers. While the price is regarded by local cattlemen as much above the ordinary, the steers sold are also above the or dinary, comparing favorably with three year old steers in weight Sid size, it Is claimed. ' Deal on for SOU yearling. A deal for 500 yearling steers Is un der way between D. M. Hargrave. of Canadian. Tex., and Amarillo cattle men. The earlings are to be purchased through local cattle commissioners. A number of smaller cattle deals have been made during the past week bv locai cattlemen and tne inaications point to continued activity STANTON SUPPLIES BULLS TO MANY SOUTHWEST RANCHES Stanton, Tex. May 18. Stanton Is supplying fine bulls to mans; west Texas ranches and farms, and a num ber of bulls have been shipped from here to Arizona ind New Mexico points. B- B. Dickerson. of Stanton, has sold boUs to the following: To Cowden Bros, for their ranch west of Midland, car load, to D. C. Coats, near Pecos, a car load; to Jack Puckett. for shipment to Amarillo several; to IMgar Timber. lake. Globe, Ariz, car-load. A car load of bulls were sold to II. L. Holly, of Denver, for his ranch near San Mar cial, N. M. CALIFORNIAS BUY $400,000 WORTH OF YAVAPAI CATTLE Prescott. Ariz. May 18. Since Jan. 1. 3100.000 worth of cattle have been sold by Yavapai county stockmen, chiefly to California buyers. It is esti mated that before July 1 the year's sales' will reach 31.060.000. Miller & Lux. of the Imperial valley. California, have just bought 1300 nead of yearling steers from Kirkland and Skull valley growers, for early June delivery They paid 332 a head. This is the ruling price for young steers. BURTON BUYS WILLIAMS r SHEEP RANCH FOR $20,000 Jerome Junction, Ariz. May 18. C. E. Burton, who owns a big sheep ranch near Jerome Junction, has purchased the ranch and cattle of James Wade, near Williams, paying 320,000 therefor. Hereafter Mr. Burton will conduct two ranches Charles Hardy, of San Diego, has pur chased from Burton 1000 head of mut ton sheep, at 3S 75 a head. This Is said to be the highest price ever reached in this section. $27,000 WORTH OF CATTLE SHIPPED FROM TAIBAN, N. M. Talban, N M-. May 18. A total of 327,000 worth of cattle was sold here recently by Bill Elliott. Jake Gregg and other cattlemen to G. W. Medley, of Clarendon. Tex. The cattle were shipped to his ranch at Pampa. Tex. The shipment amounted to S00 head. Of this number 617 head came from the Elliott ranch. 1S7 from the Hall ranch, and remainder from various parts of the country. It required 11 cars to ship them. DOUGLAS CATTLEMEN ARE EAGER TO IMPORT CATTLE Douglas, Ariz. May 18 Local cat tlemen are eager to resume their busi ness of importing and selling Mexican cattle, and are hopeful that when the Arizona Livestock Sanitary board meets at Phoenix, May 20. the quarantine against Mexican cattle may be lifted. Letters received here by local cattle men indicate that such action may be taken. TRAFFIC CLUB WILL BE FORMED THURSDAY NIGHT A traffic club will be organized Thursday night at the chamber of commerce. The club will have for its prupose the securing of better rates to El Paso from the east and from EI Paso to the local wholesale territory. S. S. Baker, of the El Paso smelter. Is organizing the club and will have the first meeting Thursday evening in the trafflce department of the chamber of commerce. It is the intention to have representatives from all of the wholesale and retail stores and facto ries present at the meeting. ! LONDON IS WTTHODT STHCET UAIl SERVICE Tnnnn fTTno Uav Iff TOTItli tho av- caption of an occasional car. London wis witnout street car service Monday, ,rtuaHy all the drivers and conductors uf Ue London county municipal raii- road street car system now out on strike having taken a pledge not to re- turn to work until a permanent ni ciea. ln pal ,,,d not "mtTtli a , xr bonu is gra iteu. A Serial Every "A Man and Isabel Gets Suspicious Over a Mysterious Telephone Call To John. By VIRGINIA. TEUHUXE VAN' DE WATER. CHAPTER XXII. X the afternoon following her o: discussion with, her husband, Isabel Hamilton called up Ida Ferris and explained that while she ou would not come witnout Mr. Hamil ton'" "Well, that depends," Isabel hesi tated. "I might go without him " She was interrupted by her friend's merry laugh. "I think the bubbles are beginning to rise to the sufrace of the water" Ida teased. "I am de lighted, ray dear, for soon you will emerge and be yourself again."' Isabel was, glad that Ida conld sot see her blush of mortification, min gled with resentment. Tret her tone showed that she was piqued. "I did. not think. Ida." she began. "that jou would misunderstand my position .in this way " "Oh. my dear!" Ida Ferris protested, "don't sound so crossf I was only in fun. Young wives always get lot's of teasing you know. You are surely not so silly as to be vexed are you?" "No," Isabel replied, conquering her momentary indignation. "Perhaps," she explained, "I am a bit sensitive, for it seems as if I was taking a liberty in letting jou even think of having me without my husband. An unattended woman is not always wel come at a dinner." "But ypu shall not be unattended, for I shall ask some man to take your husband's place at the table," Ida as sured her. "That is, if you can think of somebody. Aren't you acquainted with some nice chap who would waive ceremony and come een though he has not met meT" "I don't know," Isabel stammered. An idea had occurred to her. Why might she not suggest David Duval or Henry Dennis' But no Dennis was not just the kind of a man she cared to introduce as her escort. He was not as refined as DuvaL Certain ly he was not as much of a gentleman or as well educated. "Well do you know anyone whom von would lllv m in Inwtt" Trla asked. i Idea Is Suggested. What would John say. Would he appro e? She must nave time to con' sider. "Will, it do if I drop you a note this evening?" Isabel queried. "There are several men who might do, but I want to think the matter over. Mean while. If you remember some man you would like go ahead and ask him." "No there is nobody in particular," said Mrs. Ferris. "In fact. I would prefer some nice person whom you al reaHy know. It would be much Pleas anter for you. as all except myself will be strangers to you. This dinner is In your honor, you know so I want you to hae matters just as you would like them" "Thank you, dear," Isabel returned. "I will write you this evening." "And send the man's address, re member." Ida supplemented. "Then I will write him, begging him to excuse A Narrative of Helen Entertains the Club i-ELBN lifted a flushed, face from H the table where she was mixing a salad dressing. Nora was whipping cream, and even "Winifred had been pressed into service and was picking out nut meats for the cake that wa3 almost ready for the oven. Helen was to entertain the bridge club that afternoon, and she was par ticularly anxious that everything should go on all right. Helen had missed out on entertaining when she had gone to Panama, and this was the ifrst time that she had had the pleasure since they bad organized. Mrs. Dalton had called up that morn ing to ask if she might bring her sister, who was visiting her, and Helen had given her consent, half glad that she was to entertain a. stranger in her charming apartment and half filled with misgivings for fear everything should not go off all right. "We'll have just simple refresh ments." she had said when she had planned the day before with her mother; and now it seemed as though the refreshments were not going to be so simple after alL A smile twitched Helen's lips at Nora's effort to make her feel at ease, and she finished her dressing and wiped her hands, and then hurried into the living room to see If everything looked all right There were four tables today, as several guests were coming The cards were all carefully laid out on the tables with the tallies, and over on the piano were the prizes. Evcryfhlntf Ready) Room Piellj. Helen stole a last look at the crepe de chine boudplr cap which she had fallen in love with and had bought on the instant, and the dainty handker chiefs and the lamp shade. Everything was ready, and the room certainly looked pretty. Helen was In the midst of dressing when the bell rang and Nora knocked on the door a moment later with a larce box. "Where do you want these. Mrs. Cur tis'" she asked. "Flowers, Nora," said Helen, her tone full of surprise. Who. could have sent the flowers? Not Warren, for Warren had left that morning with a bad cold and very cross In consequence. He had declared that he would not be home to dinner when Helen had announced that she was entertaining. "Lot of cackling women," he had said disgustedly. "Won't leave prooably until 7 oclock. You know how 1 hate it." "I know jou do. dear, but its only Tkeir Married Life One Should Read His Wife" the informality, explaining your hus band's unavoidable absence, and asking him to come in his stead. Will that be all right?" "Yes I think so," Isabel answered. "Again, thank you, and good-bye." bne had a thrill at the idea of having ; as handsome and. entertaining a nun u.iu uuiai aa jier oojn. vn. course she would not allow him to come for her, but he would surely bring her home. That would settle the matter as t now she was to return late in the evening. It might also show John that, even if he would not escort her, there were others who would be glad to. That might bring him to his senses. It takes a small Incident to soften the mood of a loving wife. In this case the "small incident" was the ap pearance of a messenger from the cleaning establishment bearing a box containing the renovated dress, earlier timn it naa been promised, as omnia deposited the box on a chair Isabel took from her drawer the money that John had given her to pay for having the gown cleaned. There was a two dollar bill with a half dollar wrapped in it. It was just as John had handed it to her, and the wife, remembered how his hands looked as he folded the money together. He had such grace ful hands, and how nice he had been about the money. When the messenger had gone she opened the box and looked at the dress. It was as good as new. thanks to John. Even if it had become soiled going to his friend's party, he had made all the amends possible. And how generous he had been about the gloves, too! He was very good to her. Her mood had changed. Ida Ferris could supply the guest to be put in John's place. His wife had not the heart to do it. John might disapprove of her suggesting David Duval, and she would not hurt him for worlds after he had been so dear and kind. Later she would telephone or write to Ida and tell her she could suggest no man as a possible guest. Just now, however, the marketing must be done, after which she must go down town and buy some blue ribbon to make into rosettes for her evening slippers. Telephone Call for John. It was late in the affenoon when she returned almost time for Jonn to be back from the office. "Has anyone called or have there been any messages, Cynthia?" she asked, looking into the kitchen on her way to her own room. Xnly a telephone for Mr. Hamilton, ma'am. 1 took down de number. Here's it. He was to call up as soon as he got home." "Very welL" The wife shut the kitchen door and started across the hall. Then she glanced at the slip ot paper the maid had handed to her. "Riverside 10076." she read. Who could this be9 A sudden Impulse made her turn back to the kitchen. "Here. Cynthia." she said, holding out the slip of paper containing the telephone number. "Give this to Mr Hamilton himself when he comes In. I might forget it, for I have so many things on my mind." "All right, ma'am." the maid replied. "I'll put the slip right here on the table by vay dishes then 1 11 be sure not te forget It. For I can't serve the dinner without seein' It." (To be continued.) Everyday Affairs At An Afternoon Bridge. one night, and I'll try to make It as pleasant as possible." "Humph, mighty pleasant it will be. You neednt expect me home." And Helen bad said nothing more. Warren, in a mood like this one always acted in his most injured manner. .The more he was coaxed the more stubborn he grew, and Helen, knew the matter was hopeless Whether he would re lent and come after all she could not tell, but It was best to leave him alone at present. - Box Filled With Rosea. The big box was literally filled with long stemmed roses. It seemed as though there were dozens and dozens of crimson beauties, and Helen gasped a little. Surely Warren would never squander all that money on flowers. The flowers he had given her were nearly all sent in a spirit of reckless ness, or of making up with her for on of his bad tempers. But as for just sending them regardless of a special motive. Helen knew that it was hardly probable. The little card read: "Lieutenant Bardsley Roberts." Helen caught up the little card and slipped it into her top dresser drawer. The flowers she gathered up and car ried into the kitchen. "Help me fix these," she said breath lessly, as her mother stood aghast. "Aren't they .wonderful'" "But where did they come from, child"" said her mother, who had fol lowed Nora into the living room. "Lieutenant Roberts, one of the array officers Warren and I met in Colon." Helen's Mother Wonder. Helen's mother smiled quizzically. "Is he in New York?" Apparently, yes, I suppose no will win. sail, ncien. as careieeEiv as nos- im .j -.- .1 - . 1 nosers 2KMh5rflKSfl? "T " """- to mm'e1i.S; ove fVSm flowers should have arrived just now. the old Countj Hospital all property Dldjou ever see anything so beauti- of this County therein contained. im. '. s i . ,J April 28. 1915. "They certainly are gorgeous, said 1 on motion f Commissioner Orndorff. her mother. What are you going to I duly made and seconded, it is ordered do with the other .vase?" i b, ,, Court that the County Auditor .. ". l "4L. ' n.,m? ro"?' on th'. s,l':- be and is hereto instructed to purchase board. Take them in for me. will you. ' Nora, while I slip into my dress-"' j ' - A few minutes later Helen mi , r-e Wan en was fool !) enough to send dressed and in the living room, read ' ion ill these' to receive the first comers. i Helen smil. il be lUIerlngly, with "What perfectly wonderful flowe-s" n pu k heeks said Mrs. Wallace, a friend or Mrs. ill im, .u t,. ku- anything Stevens, who arrived with her- ami . i 1 1 K -he ml m long as yoa smelled the glory of perrume iir tli. .iinn. tr.m u'n. i vtl rrankly. haU". j, . 1 ihuus.li 1 is jut as surprised s anj- My dear, protested Mrs. Stevens. I one when the ranw And she re- ' what richness' Helen, you must have fused to say another filing during the robbed a florist of all he had. or else entire afternoon .Cop right, 1915. In ou have a hidden admirer Don t till I t- rnntron il News Serire ssSaHBaBBBBaaaaaaaaBaaaaaaaaV EaaM aKBaaaHB aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaB Official Proceedings of The County Commissioners 7. isi. Court met at 10 oclock a. m. Officers present. Hon Adrian Pool, County judge. Hon. James Clifford. Commis- sloner Precinct No. 1; Hon. George Pep- dell. Commissioner Precinct No. 3. Hon. Seth B. Orndorff. Commissioner. Pre cinct ao. i. Hon. j. m. wailing, com missioner Precinct No. 4: S. B. McClin tock. Clerk, by C Aranda, deputy. April 27. 1315. On this day, on motion duly made and seconded. It is ordered by the Court that claims against El Paso County, T.Tttfl k nnri th aan.A spa liArhv an. I proved upon their respective funds as me same appear noon the claim "-ecora No 5, pages 36. from claim No. 330 to claim AO. ITS. inclusive. Anril 27. 131E. On this day a protest from the El Paso-Southwestern Architectural Asso ciation against the action of this Court In awarding the work of the new Court House building was presented'and read to this Court, and the same having been fully eonsideVed by said Court, Join M. Wyatt. Ed Kneezell and others, on mo tion or commissioner Walling, It is or dered by the Court that the said pro test be received and filed. April 27. IMS. On this day. on motion of Commis sioner Walling, duly mace and second- " ordered by the Court that the petition for road repairs In Precinct ao . irom tne country uiud to tne North Loop Road, he referred to Com missioner Pendell with power to make such repairs at a ocst not to exceed 3200. April 27. 1915. On this day, on motion of Commis sioner Pendell, duly made and second ed. It Is ordered by the Court that the petition for repairs and grading of roads in Vai Verde Addition be and the same is hereby referred to the County Road Engineer with power to act. April 27. 1915 On this day. on motion of Commis sioner Orndorff. duly made and second ed, it is ordered by the Court that the Tax Collector and Assessor be Instruct ed and authorized to correct the tax rolls as follows, to-wit: The SH of 17 to 2L Block 121, Highland Park for 1912. D. Roll to read, the N of Jots 17 to 21 in said Block 121; the descrip tion of 45 mln. N. W. corner Block 12. Mills to 45 mln. N E. corner of said Block. April 27. 1915. On this day, on motion duly made and seconded. It is ordered by the -Court that the netition of the District Judges for a library in the Court House build ing oe passed over for futrue action. April 27. 1915. On this day. on motion of Commis sioner Orndorff, duly made and sec onded, it is ordered by the Court that the report on the examination of the books and accounts of El Paso County, Texas, for the period from November 30, 1910, to November SO. 19H, made by Robinson. Masqueiette & Co. under a contract with the County and the same is hereby received and ordered filed. April 27. 1915. On this day. on motion of Commis sioner Orndorff. duly made and sec onded. It is ordered by the Court that Dr. Irving McNeal be and be is hereby appointed Assistant County Physician in place of Dr. G B. Calnan. resigned. April 27, 1915. On motion of Commissioner Prnrtell duly made and seconded. It is ordered by the Court that the petition of San Antonio Brewing Association for re fund of taxes paid on liquor dealer's I license No. 1049 be and the "'same !s hereby referred to County Attorney Croom for Investigation as to the right of the Court to refund the same. April 27. 1915. To the Hon. County Commissioners' Court: ' Your committee, after ftill examina tion find that the tax reported delin quent for years 111. 1912. 1913. in the K. L. Dorbandt Ysleta lands, being Val ley Gate surveys 41, 42, 43. 44, IS. and 4$. were assessed nnder Surv. Nos. in acreage and Intended to cover all his lands In his home tract, and we ask yon to Instruct the Tax Collector and Assessor to make proper corrections. G. W. Hoffman. . Ill I. Watson. . By C H. Armstrong. Deputy. The Court then adjourned until to morrow at 10 oclock a. m. Attest: E. B. McCHntock. Cferk. by C Aranda, Deputy. Adrian Pool, County Judge. Wednesday. April 28, 1915. Codrt met at 10.30 a. m. all officers thereof being present as of yesterday. April 28. 1916. On this day, on motion of Commis sioner Pendell, duly made and econd ed. it is ordered by the Court that J. M. Goggin. Dan Jackson and C W. Croom be and are hereby appointed as a committee to determine the right of the Commissioners' Court to incorpor ate in the specifiactions andntract of the new Court House building the pro vision that ail artists and laborers em ployed in the construction thereof shall be American citizens. April 28, 1915. On this day, on motion duly made and seconded, it is ordered by the Conrt that Commissioners Walling and Orn dorff be and are hereby requested to accompany Trost & Trost on an Inspec tion trip of the Court House buildings. April 28, 1915. On this day. on motion of Commis sioner Walling duly mad and sec onded. It Is ordered by the Court that the claim of 1 G GaaL former superin tendent of the County Hospital, for the sum of 32532 33. as n resented, be re jected. Commissioner Clifford votluc no. April 28. 113. On motion of Commissioner Walling, dulv m?de and seconded. It is ordered D tne Lourt tsat the superintendent of thA .-.... uto-i w t w Three kinds Easiest io At all dealers at one price rior tne use oi u nwa ixaaru a hw- I torcycle at a cost not to exceed SZM.M. i April 38, Mis Onrootlon of Commissioner Peadell, duly made and seconded, it is ordered J byithe Court that the County Auditor investigate whether or not a suit has been filed against EI Paso County and others in the Courts of this County by Warren Bros. April 28. 1915. On motion of Commissioner Orndorff, duly made and seconded. It is ordered by the Court that whenever a syphon isj found to be Inadequate to carry the water through that the Road Superin tendent be and is hereby authorized to build a new one. , April 28. 1915. ' On this day. on motion of Commis sioner Orndorff. duly made and second ed, it is ordered by the Court that the pauper allowance granted by this Coun ty be turned over to the Women's Char ity Association for distribution and that warrant therefore be issued in their name monthly and receipt taken by them for all monies paid out on this account and returned same to County Auditor. April 28. 1915. On this day. on motion, duly made and seconded, it Is ordered by the Court that the claim of I. G. GaaL salary lor the month of March. 3125.90. and rent from Jan. 1, 1915. to April 1. 1915, 3450 for County Hospital oe ana me same are hereby allowed upon the general fund for said amounts. April 28. 1915. On this day, on motion duly made and seconded, it is ordered by the Court that the report of Maximo Aranda. Jusr tlce of the Peace. Precinct No. 4. of fines collected by him and paid in to the County Treasurer in the sum of 310.00 for the quarter ending March 31. 1915, be and the same Is hereby ap proved. April 28. 1915. On this day, on motion of Commis sioner Pendell. duly made and second ed. It Is ordered by the Court that the petition of B. K. Goree and C. W. Clark son, Trustees for The James &. Schow Co. bankrupt, or refund of County taxes be and the same is hereby grant ed, on account of double payment. April 28. 191S. On this day, on motion duly made and seconded. It is ordered by the Court that supplemental map of Government Hill Addition to the City of El Paso, Texas, be and the same is hereby ap proved and adopted by this Court and the Court hereby approves and adopts the streets and alleys in said map des ignated, and the said streets and alleys are hereby presented to and dedicated to the public for their use and benefit as public roads and highways: provided a duplicate thereof be filed in the of fice of the County Assessor, and fur ther provided that the County will not obligate Itself to keep up the roads ln said Addition. April 28, 1915. Tc His Excellency, the Governor and Legislature. Whereas, the expense of the Eighth Court of Civil Anneals, slttintr at El Paso, has increased from its beginning until now it is costing the County of El paso two nunarea dollars per montn to maintain the same; and Whereas, the expenditure of the money by the County for the purpose of maintaining said court is unauthorized by law and is contrary to the statute: and Whereas, the said Eighth Court of Civil Appeals is necessary to the ad ministration of justice in the State of Texas, and the condition of the treas ury of the County of El Paso is such that the Commissioners' Court feels un authorized to make further provision for the maintenance of said Court and this Is emphasized by the fact that all appropriations made by the Commis sioners' Court for the maintenance of the Eighth Court of Civil Appeals is without authority of law and said Eighth Court of Appeals is a State in stitution, created by the Legislature. Now. therefore we, Uje unders-gned County Judge and Commlssionors of El Paso County, Texas, respectfully re quest the Governor and the Legislature to include in the appropriation bill such sum as may be necessary for the main tenance of the Eighth Court of Civil Appeals at El Paso. Texas In this connection, we desire to state to the Governor and to the Leeislatnro that we are having plans made for the wKuwi ui & new urari noun in i Paso, which we expect to have com pleted within the-next eighteen months and in the new Conrt House it is our Intention to provide full and complete accommodations for the Eighth Court of C1U Appealer Respectfull submitted, Adrian Pool. County Judge. James Clifford. Seth B. Orndorff. George Pendell. J. X. Walling. Commissioners. The Court then adjourned sine die. Adrian Pool Attest: County Judge. B. B. McClintock. Clerk, by C Aranda. Deputy. (Advertisement) HBAFIBLD TELLS tRCHITECTS HOW BRICK ARE 2IADE S. J. 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