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Friday, JatiUy 25, ic
ORDINANCE NUMBER FIVE
Prohibiting Females and Minors from
Ho it ordained by the Mayor and
Common Council of tlio City of Globo:
That it shall bo unlawful for any
woman, female porson or minor, for any
purposo whatsoever, to enter any saloon
or any wineroom connected thorowith,
or any other place within tho corporate
limits of tho City of Globo whero intox
icating liquors aro sold to bo consumed
upon tin "premisos.
That it shall bo unlawful for any sa
loon proprietor or person in chargo of
any saloon, wine room, or other place
where intoxicating liquors aro sold to
be consumed on the promises, to pormit
any woman, femalo port-on or minor to
enter or remain therein for any puriose
That any female person or minor, or
proprietor of, or person in chargo of,
anv saloon or wjno room, violating tho
provisions of this Ordinance shall bo
punished by a fino of not less than five
nor' more than two hundred dollars, or
by imprisonment not exceeding three
months, or by both such fine and im
prisonment. SECTION IV.
It is provided that this ordinance
shall not apply to houses of prostitu
tion maintained by females and em
ploying females only, or to hotols or
rest a u rants.
This ordinance) shall go into effect on
the 1st day of February, A. 1). 1007.
Passed and ndoptod on tho 17th day
of .Tanuarv, 1907.
Approved: W. S. SULTAN,
Attest: P. J. Elliott, Clerk.
First publication .lanuary 22, 1907.
ORDINANCE NUMBER SIX
An Ordinance Regulating Proceedings
for the Punishment of Violators of Or
dinances of tho City of Olobo and
Providing for tho Collection of Fines
and Penalties Which Shall Acoruo to
the City of Globe on Account of Such
Be it ordained by the Mayor and
Common Council of the. City of Globo:
The proceedings against any person
vorj,porsons for or on account of alleged
violation of any of the ordinances of the
City of Globo may bo prosecuted before
.any .Tustico of tho Peace residing in
said City, and all money collected or
received for fines, penalties and forfeit
ures shall bo paid into the treasury of
the city as hereinafter provided; such
proceedings shall bo commenced by
complaint signed and sworn to bofore
such .Tustico, stating the clause or
clauses of tho ordinance which it is
alleged havo been violated.
Whenever any complaint is filed with
any Justice of tho Peaco residing in
tho said City of Globe, charging tho
violation of any ordinance of tho City
by any natural person or persons, a
warrant shall bo issued theroupon by
such Justice for tho arrest of the of
ender and trial of the alleged ofTondor
shall bo had before such Justice in like
manner as in tho caso of misdemeanor
under the laws of tho Territory of Ari
zona; in tho ovent of tho conviction
of tho offender tho judgment may roi
quire the party convicted to pay a fine,
or be imprisoned, or both, or pay a fine
and stand committed to the jail of the
comity or tho calaboose of tho City of
Ulnlis until tho payment of such fine
or to be confined at hard labor upon the
streets or public works of tho City ac
cording to tho provisions of the Ordin
ance or clause of tho Ordinance vio
lated. Whoio a fino or penalty has beon
imposed by tho Court, upon "the convic
tion of any person or persons, and the
judgment of the Court does not provido
fir imposo any imprisonment for non
payment thereof; tho samo may bo col
lected by nn action of debt as herein
provided as to corporations.
" Whero a complaint filed with such
Justice of the Peaco, charging tho vio
lation of any of tho ordinances of the
eity by a corporation, said Justice .of
tho Peace shall issue a summons, signed
by himself with his nnmo of ofiico, re
quiring such corporation to appear be
fore him at a specified timo and place
to answor the charge; tho timo to be nof
less thnn five days nftor the service of
The summons shall bo substantially
in tho following form: "In the Jus
fico Court, Precinct Number ;
In and For tho County of Gila, Terri-
tjiry of Arizonn, boforo ...
Justice of,, tho Peace. The City of
Globen Plaintiff, vs .,
Dofondant." Tho City of Globo to the
-above named Defendant: 'You are
hereby summoned to appear boforo mo
at my ofiico, in tho City of Globo on
specifying tho dnto and hour) to an
swer to a charge mado against you
upon tho complaint of......
for (designating the offenso genorally).
Dated at Globo this day
of , 100......
j Justice of tho Peace,"
t Such summons must bo served at
least five days beforo tho dato of np
pearanco fixed therein, by delivering
to and leaving a copy thereof with any
agent r officer of said corporation be
ing or residing in tho City of Globo at
this timo of such service.
- SECTION VJ.
JjAt the timo appointed in said sum
mons, the Justice must proceed to in
vest igato tho charge ngainst said cor
poration in tho same mannor as in tho
case of a natural porson, and nftor
hearing the evidence, shall find such cor
poration to bo guilty of said offenso or
innocent of tho samo in accordance with
file evidence submitted to him; when a
fine is imposed upon such corporation
upon conviction, and tho samo is not
forthwith paid, said fino shall bo en
forced by a writ of execution ngainst
the estate of the defendant as in other
a When any judgment upon an action
of debt ngainst a natural person may
hjave been rondered in favor of the
City of Globo; when such action of
dpbt was brought to recover any fine,
penalty or forfoituro accruing under tho
ordinances of said City, the samo shall
bo enforced by writ of oxocution
ngainst tho estate of tho dofendant and
it tho return upon such -writ of execu
tion states that tho dofondnnt named in
Iho writ has no property subject to exe
cution sufllciont to satisfy Riich judg
ment an alias writ of execution may
bo issued commanding tho City Marshal
to tako tho body of tho dofendant anfl
imprison him for a timo sufiiciont to
pay tho amount of tho fino or penalty
originally imposed upon tho dofendant
by the court to bo reckoned ono
day's imprisonment for each dollar of
It shall bo tho duty of tho City Mar
shal to lllo and swear to all complaints
for tho violation of any ordinance of
tho City for tho rccovory of any 'fine,
penally" or forfeiture imposed for the
violation thereof, to oxecuto warrants
that should bo executed thorcundor,
serve all summons issued in actions of
recovery of any fines, ponnltics or for
feitures; and to servo all processes
therein both final and mesne; to collect
all fines and pay the samo weokly as
colleoted to tho City Treasurer; to keep
account of all fines and moneys col
lected by him and mnko n statement
thereof monthly to tho Common Coun
cil. SECTION IX.
Complaints filed undor tho provisions
of this Ordinance may also 'bo signed
and sworn to by any person and it
shall be tho duty of any porson becom
ing awaro of tho violation of any Or
dinance of the City to mnko a com
plaint, charging the violator thereof
with such violntion, boforo a Justice
of the Peaco residing in tho City.
AH complaints, suits and proceedings
for violation of any ordinance or parts
thereof shall be in the name of the
City of Globe as Plaintiff, and all pro
cesses issued in any suit or proceeding
shall issue in tho nnmo of tho City of
No costs or fees shall in any event
bo charged to tho City except costs of
necessary publication in nny proceed
ing. SECTION XIT.
This Ordinance shall take olTecl from
and after its passage
Passed and adopted this 17th day of
Approved. W. S. SULTAN,
Attest: F. J. Elliott, Clork.
First publication January 22, 1907.
ORDINANCE NUMBER SEVEN
An Ordinance Prohibiting Certain Of
fenscs Against tho Peace, Public
Morals and Safety of tho City of
Globe and the Inhabitants Thereof.
Bo it ordained by tho Mayor and
Common Council of the City of Olobo:
If any person shnll appear in any
plnce within the City of Globo in a
state of nudity, in a dross not belonging
to his or her sex, or in any indecent or
lowd drcs, or shall make any indecent
oxposure of his or her person, or be
guilty of any lowd, indecent act pr
behavior, or shall expose, sell or offer
for salo any indecent or lewd book, pic
ture or other things, or shall exhibit
or porform any indecent, immoral or
lowd play or other representations, eV
ory such person shall hostility of a
misdemeanor, and upon conviction there
of shall bo fined in a sum not exceeding
three hundred dollars, or shall bo con
fined at hard labor on the streets and
public works of the City for a period
not exceeding threo months.
If any person shall be drunk or shall
bo in a stato of intoxication in any
highway, street, thoroughfare or other
public plnco within this city, or shall
bo drunk nnd disorderly in any private
house or place, or shall abuse another
by using menacing, insulting, slander
ous or profnno language, or shall com
mit an assault or battery upon another,
every such person shall bo deemed guil-i
ty of a misdemeanor and upon convic
tion thereof shnll bo fined in any sum
not less than fivo nor more than fifty
dollars, or shall bo confined nt hard
labor upon the streets and public works.
ot the City for a period not exceeding
If any person shall immoderatoly ride
or drive any horse in any avenue, street,'
alley or lane, or ride or drive faster
than a walk across any bridge, within
the limits of this city, avczy such per
son shall bo deemed guilty of a misde
meanor nnd upon conviction thereof
shnll be fined in any sum not exceeding
one hundred dollars or shall be confined
at hard labor upon tho streets and pub
lic works of tho City for a period not
exceeding two months.
If any person shall within this city'
make or assist in making nny improper!
noise, not; disturbance or breach of the;
peace, ho shall be deemed guilty of a
misdemeanor and upon convictiou!
thereof shall bo fined in a sum not ex-l
ceeding ono hundred dollars, or shall be
confined at hard labor upon'the streets,
and public works of tho City for a pe
riod not exceeding two months. '
SECTION V. .
If any porson shall disturb any law-'
ful assemblage of people by loud or,
indecont bohavior or profnno discourse
or otherwise, ho shall bo Jcemod guilty,
of a misdemeanor nnd upon conviction1
thoreof shall bo fined in nny sum not'
exceeding one hundred dollars or shall,
bo confined at hard labor upon the,
streets and public works of the city)!
for a period not oxcecding two months
Any person or persons who shall keep
iiujr uumiiiuii, in guvurjieu ur uimiruuriy
houso, or who shall suffer any drunken-;
ness, quarreling, fighting or riotous or
disorderly conduct whatever on his1
premises shall bo guilty of a mifl'aV1
mennor nnd upon conviction thoreof
shnll be fined in any sum not exceeding'
thrco hundred dollars or shall be con
fined at hard labor upon tho streets and
public works of the City 'for a period,.
not exceeding three months. '
If nny saloon, gambling house, or
houso of prostitution or danco houso
keopor, or proprietor of any plnco
wheroin intoxicating or malt liquors are
sold, or tho agents or clerks of any,
such proprietor or keeper shall 'Sell or
permit to bo sold in his or her or anys
other placo of business. to any minor'
any such liquors, he shall bo deemed
guilty of a misdemeanor and upon con"
vlotion thoreof shall bo fined In nny
siim not exceeding fifty dollars or bo
confined nt hard labor upon tho streets
and public- works of tho City for a
period not oxcoeding thirty days.
If any persdh slilill dig any hole,
trench or ditch in any street or alley
of this City without having first ob
tained a written permission from tlio
Supervisor o Streets, he shall be deem
ed guilty of a misdonicanor nud upon
conviction thereof shall bo fined, in any
sum not exceeding ono hundred dollars
of shall bo confined at hard labor upon
the streets nnd public works of the
City for a period not exceeding thirty
All nlle bodied porsous not having
visible means to maintain themselves
and who live daily without employment
or nie found loitoring around or walk
ing abroad and lodging in tippling
houson, bath rooms, out houses nnd
housos of ill fame, sheds, stables, or nny
wagoiiH or boxes, or in the open air, or
who shall be found trespassing upon
private promises nt any time nnd not
giving good account of themselves, or
walking abroad nud begging or going
about from door to door begging or plac
ing themselves in tho streets or other
thoroughfares or uny other public places
and begging aud receiving alms, and all
persons upon whom there shall be found
any imftmmont or thing used for the
commission of burglary or for picking
locks, who cannot gove a good account
of their possession, shall be deemod vn
grants, and guilty of having committed
a misdomoanor, and upon convictiou
thereof shall be fined in a sum not ex
ceeding thrco hundred dollars, or shall
bo confined at hard labor upon the
streets nnd public works of the City
for n period not exceeding tin oe
mouths; Provided., that this shall not
apply to uny prostitute having a per
It shall be unlawful for any person,
firm or corporation to erect on the side-
wnlk of nny street of the City of Globe
an awning jtoat. or ground support.
It shnll be uulawfui for any porson,
firmor corporation to use, occupy or
obstruct any siduwalk or any street in
the City of Globe for the purpose of
displaying goods, wares or merchandise.
It shall bo unlawful for nny person,
firm or corporation to erect or maintain
or allow any person to orect or main
tain nny booth, stand or counter on any
sidewalk of the City of Globe, or keep
or maintain upon the street uny wagon,
cart, wheel, vehicle, ihovablo booth or
stand for tho purpose of bartor or trade
except under liconso or contract with
the Common Council of the Citv of
SECTION XI 11.
It shall bo unlawful for nny person to
deposit upon the streets, alloys, public
grounds or upon any vacant lot of the
City of Globe any refuse, garbage,
waste paper or debris of any naturo, ex
cept at such times and places and under
such regulations as tho Common Council
may from timo to timo point out or
It shall bo uulawfui for any person
having chargo or control of a job wag
on, to occupy as a stand for the same
any .Tiortion of any street, in front of
any building or vncant lot where the
owner of such building or vncant lot
or any occupant of the street floor of
such building shall object; provided,
that nothing in this ordinance shall
prevent the owner or driver of any job
wagon or markot wagon from stopping
in any place other than a public cross
ing of any public street for the purpose
of recoiving or delivering any goods,
wares or merchandise.
Any prostitute, courtesan or lewd
woman who shall, within tho limits of
the City, by word, sign or action ply
her vocation upon the streets, or make
any public meretricious display of her
self upon the streets or in any public
place, shall be deemed guilty of a mis
demeanor, and upon conviction thereof
shall be fined in nny sum not exceeding
fifty dollars, or imprisoned in the Coun
ty or City jail for any period of time
not exceeding ono month, or be pun
ished by both such line and imprison
ment. SECTION XVI.
If any person shall leave any horse,
horses or other animals attached to nny
carriage, wagon, cart or other vehicle
in any street, avenue, alley or lane
within this City without securely fas
tening tho same, or without the same
being fastened b' a chain or strap from
tho bit to n metal weight upon tho
ground, mich weight Weighing at least
fifteen pounds lor a singlo horse and
twenty-five ponnds for a team, every
such person shall bo deemed guilty of
having committed a misdemeanor, and
upon conviction thereof, shall bo fined
in a sum not exceeding fifty dollars, or
bo imprisoned in tho City or County
jail for a period of time not exceeding
ono month, or be punished by both such
fine and imprisonment.
If any person shall, within the cor
porate limits of the City of Globe, carry
concealed upon his person any gun, pis
tol, bowio knife, dagger or other deadly
weapon, ho ahull bo deemed gnilty of
having committed a misdemeanor, nnd
upon conviction thereof shall bo fined
in any sum not exceeding three hun
dred dollars or bo imprisoned in the
County or City jail for nny period of
time not exeeoding three months, or bo
punished by both such fino and impris
onment; provided, that this section shall
not bo construed to apply to Shoriffs,
Constables, Marshals ot Polico Officers,
when exorcising their legitimnto duties.
Any person who shall interfere with,
resist, molest, or threaten to molest,
any 'officer of said City of Globe in
tho exercise of bis official duties, shall
bo liable to a fino in any sum not ex
ceeding ono huiidrcd dollars, or to im
prisonment not more than thirty days,
or both fine and impr!sonni6nt.
Any person Violating- any of the pro
visions of this brdftinneo rer which an
other penalty is not provided shall bo
deemed guilty of a misdemeanor and1
upon conviction thereof shall be fined
in any sum not more than threo hun
dred dollars or shall bo confined at hard
labor upon the streets and public works
of the City, for a 'period not exceeding'
three months. '
This Ordinance shall tnko offect and
bo in force from nnd after its passage
Passed and adopted the 17th day of
Approved: W. S. SULTAN,
Attest: F. J. Elliott, Clork. t
First publication January 22, 1907. j
BUSINESS LOCALS !
Where the Shoe Plnche.
Advortise in tho Silver Bolt.
Got your cheese at Murphy's. It' i
Huntzingcr's photograplis are the
Soo Mack and Jim at tho Wedge sa
Rend the Sliver Bolt Always up to
Tho Single One But even n married
man hn'S a right to bis own opinion.
The Man led One- It Isn't it question
of right, my dear fellow. It's a ques
tion ofcour.ige Philadelphia Press.
Gonuino imported Swiss chcoso at the
Globo Meat Market.
Budweisur and Blue Ribbon bottled
beer at MeDonough's.
Money to loan on good security. Ad
dross W., Box 971, city.
If you want something extra nice in
wall paper, got to Ryan's.
First-class work at bed rock prices.
Buxton & Morntt, tho painters.
Bread, cakes nnd pies delivered to
any part of town by the Star Bakery.
Anything in tho way of inlxad drinkh
can always be had at McDonoughV.
Get in out of tho dust and drink the
biggest beer in ton at the Wedge.
We sell SHASTA WATER by the bit
tie, dozen or case. Globo Commercial
Dccornto Your Homo
Go to Ryan's for a vuiiod assortment
of wall paper.
We have a fresh lot of choice dill pic
kles. The Globe Market, Dennis Mur
Pltzpatrlck's Shoe Shop
First-class repairing promptly done.
Next Silver Belt.
Wo have bauer kruut aud sweet pic
kles that will please tho family. Globo
Got your cheese at Murphy's. It's
nice and wholesome. Swiss and limbur
ger imported cheese nt Murphy's.
Stage to Gibson Mine
Stngo will leave each Monday, Wed
ncsdny and Frjulay mornings at 9:30 a.
ni., from Barclay & Higdon's corral.
Go to Kyan's
When you want magazines, confection
ery, books, stationery, ammunition or
grapkophonerocords. Souvenir postals
It was a little mule sparrow that
bopped Into the nest at about -1 a. in,
ITis wife was awake, awaiting him.
The little sparrow began his expla
nation. He hud been detained at the
office until Into nnd was so tired he
slebt downtown. But he hnd got up
early nnd hurried home.
The lady sparrow looked hlni In the
"You were up ull lust night with
wicked companions," she cried, "and
havo Just got home. You haven't been
to bed at till. You are a bad, late bird
and not nn early bird. Oh. why did I
But her mate interrupted her with
an Imperious ' gesture "Behold the
proof!" he exclaimed, exhibiting n
As It la an ascertained fact that late
birds never get worms, she was fnln
to accept the proof. New Orleans
The Commercial Mines and Real Estate
Office, opposite postoffice, "Hello" 1731
Improved and unimproved proper
ties in every part of the city.
LOTS We have some rare bar
gains in these.
STOCKS of every kind bought and
sold. Give us a call.
Ho. 1 Rye at McDonough's.
Wo have a fresh lot of dill pickles.
Tho Globe Markot, Dennis Murphy, pro
The Globe National br jk has rcceivi-d
handsome calendars for 1907 and will
be pleased to givo ono to anyone who
will take the trouble to call.
CHAIRS! CHAIRS! CHAIRS!
Just received from tho factory a car
of 3,000 chairs of all kinds anil latest
patterns dining room and kitchen
chairs, revolving ofiico and counter
chairs and stools; rockers in variety;
kitchen chairs, 90 cents and upward.
A close price for cash on my general
lino of house furnishing goods. J. P.
McNeil, opposite Miners' Union hall,
Wo havo saner kraut and sweet pic
kles that will please all tho family.
Globe Markot; Murphy's.
Phone in your want ads. Main 231.
Hied of SuiiMtrokc.
A doctor who was recounting some
of his experience of hypnotism relat
ed the following story:
"I once had a patient who was III
with consumption and who ought to
have gone to u warmer climate, but
whose means were Insufficient, so I re
solved to try what hypnotism would
do for him. I had a huge sun chalked
on the celling of his loom and by sug
gestion Induced him to think It was
the sun, which would cure him. The
ruse succeeded, .and he was getting
dnlly better, when oiie day on my ar
rival I found he was dead."
"Did It fail after all, then?" asked
the doctor's hearers.
"No," replied the doctor; "he died of
sunstroke." Meggendorfer Blatter.
Point; III hlinrc,
"Do you contribute to the happiness
nnd prosperity of others without ex
pecting any selfish reward?" nsUcd the
"I should say so," answered the
crusty citizen. "I havo for years been
making directors happy and prosper
ous by paying life Insurance premi
ums." Washington Star.
An Jtujn 1'pitioii.
Barou (who has ordered toast goose)
Look here, waiter, that's nn X rays
Walter H wn that, sir?
Baron Why. one caisee only bones
In It, no meat.-Wiener Cnticnturen.
All kinds of carpenters ' tools nt the
Globe Hardware store.
"Live and let live." Union Cash
Market, C. Musgrave, proprietor.
Be sure to read our ad. Tho Old Do
minion Commercial Co.
Don't you need a Studebaker wagon?
If you do J. S. Mills can fix you out.
Sealed bids will bo received by the
vestry of St. John's church for the
building of tho church roof and floor.
Plans nnd specifications on file at the
rectory. Bids to be opened January 30.
Committee reserves the right to reject
uny or all bids. .
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W. R. NORTON Architect
Upstairs, Oates-Wightrnan Bldg.
Choice Noftsger jlill Property
House aud four lots; income $15 per month.
Two houses, thrco lots; income $27 per month.
Two houses and four lots with water works; income
Will sell all of tho above property ou easy terms or
will exchango for southern California ranch property.
A. N. NOFTSGER,
PAY $1.25 FOR SIX MONTHS DAILY
ARIZONA SILVER BELT AND GET
A DICTIONARY FREE.
Everything goes below cost.
Your only chance to buy
reliable merchandise cheap.
IcKEVITT Block B,rtllBSe
Lamps Lamps Lamps
Let your light shine, but you
had better not depend on elec
tric power. We have lamps
that never fail to burn.
Hall lamps, ceiling lamps,
y stand lamps, fancy and plain
lamps. Lamps for everyorle
at a price that will astonish you.
We are taking stock so look
out for the sale after inventory.
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