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DALY ARIZONA SILVER' BELT
Friday, February 1,
Vlicr Tried to Sink tlio Ark. Accon&
Iiir o mi Ulil l.cKtMiil.
Mice do not piny n jjrent part lu folk
lore, liven the legend of the "Pled
riper" associates them with ruts, but
one recalls a few eases not uuluterust
liiK. A IJolioinlun legeiul declares that
they were created by the dovll, where
upon benellcence produced the cat.
When Noah received a pair of hum
Into the ark they straightway began
to gnaw a hole thioiigh tho bottom, In
stigated by their unholy parent. Wa
ter was pouring lu when the serpent,
with admirable preeuco of mind, stop
ped the leak with his head. We should
conclude that mice are specially de
structive In Bohemia, nud so It proves
to be. Both the white and gray varie
ties nourish there, but the former Is
thought Inoffensive. When harvests
are ripening- the peasants anxiously
catch a white mouse, put It In a com
fortable box upon the window sill, feed
and pet It and call It "the luck of the
house." If satlslled with these atten
tions the animal will banish all Its
gray kinsfolk from the vicinity.
In that very Interesting island of
Ball, also, where Brahnmnlsm and
Buddhism Inextricably mingled, sur
vive, while all the populations round
have long been Moslem, some fortunato
mice receive like honor. Tho Balls
catch a pair, clothe them In white linen
and set them In a public place, whore
all the Inhabitants of the village bow
down before them. Then they release
tho prisoners and straightway, with an
easy conscience, trap and kill every
mouse that cau bo found, for they nre
terribly destructive lu the rlceflolds.
Let us cite an old Greek charm which
Is worth quotluj,. "Take a paper and
write,'' It says, " 'I adjure you, yo mice
now present, neither to Injure me nor
to let others do so. I give you yonder
field' specifying one uot far off 'and
If ever I catch you hero I swear by
tho mother of the gods I will tear you
Into seven pieces." Wrlto this nud fix
the paper on an unhewn stono In your
field, taking enrc that the writing lies
uppermost." Thus a man directed nil
his mice to a neighbor's property, as
some villa residcuts at the present day
pitch their snails ovor the garden wnll
transferable, or authorize any portion
othor than is therein montionod or
named to do business, or aathorizo any
othor business than is therein montionod
or named to 'bo dono or trnlmacied, at
any placo other than is theroin men
tioned or named, without permission
from tlio Common Council endorsed
Whonevor tho Common Council shall
grant such privilege, it shall immedi
ately report the same to tlio City'Mar
slial. Every such lieonso shall specify by
name tho person, firm or 'corporation to
whom or which it shall ho issued, fed
shall designate tho particular placf, at
Au AliHciitinlntlcd I'rofesnior.
The absentmlnded professor we hnvo
always with us, but George Wash
ington university lays claim to the
prize paqkage. Not only Is Professor
X. abseutmluded to a marked dogree,
hut his. wife Is tho typical absent
minded professor's wife. It Is she
who places his books ready for tho day,
"she who changes the tuitions to a fre3h
shirt, remluds him of the necessity of
an umbrella when he starts out In the
pouring rain and she who runs out to
the gate with his glasses sven days
In tho week.
As usual ouo day recently she pre
pared his morning bath and through
some oversight loft the hot water
spigot turned bu. Professor X. entered
the bathroom, disengaged himself from
his bath robe and plunged into the tub.
Instantly the air was rent by wild
shrieks, and his ifife ran upstairs,
breathlessly Inquiring the cause of
such a commotlou.
"Oh, Margaret." he exclaimed, "the
water Is boiling hot. I am being scald
ed to death."
"Where lu the world nre you, dear?"
said the now thoroughly alarmed wife.
"In the tub. and the water Is scald
lug me. What shall I do?"
"In such a case, my dear." responded
his better half, "I would either get out
of the tub or turn ou the cold water."
Lot Buxton & Morritt figure on your
painting and paporing.
ORDINANCE NUMBER FIVE
Prohibiting Females and Minors from
Bo it ordained by tho Mayor and
Common Council of tho City of dlobo:
That it shall ho unlawful for any
woman, fenialo porson or minor, for any
purpose whatsoever, to enter any saloon
or any wincroom connected therewith,
or any othor place within tlio corporate
limits of tho City of Cilobo where intov-
icuting liquors aro sold to bo consumed
upon thj premises.
That it shall bo unlawfulnr any sa
loon proprietor or person in chargo of
any saloon, wino room, or other placo
whero intoxicating liquors aro sold to
ho consumed on the promisos, to permit
any woman, fomalo person or minor to
enter or remain theroin for any purpose
That any fomalo porson or minor, or
proprietor of, or porson in charge of,
any saloon or wino room, violating the.
provisions of this Ordinanco shall ho
punished by a fino of not less than fivo
nor more than two hundred dollars, or
by imprisonment not exceeding three
months, or by both such fino and imprisonment.
It is provided that this ordinanco
shall not apply to houses of prostitu
tion maintained by females and em
ploying females only, or to hotols or
. This ordinance shall go into effect on
tho 1st day of February, A. D. 1907.
Pased and adopted on the 17th day
of January, 1907.
. Approved: W. S. SULTAN,
Attost: F. J. Elliott, Clerk.
First publication January 22, 1907.
ORDINANCE NUMBER TOUR
Au Ordinanco Providing for Licensos.
Bo it ordained by ' tho Mayor and
Common Council of tho City of Olobo:
It shall bo unlawful for any porson
or persons or body cOrporato to ongago
in or carry on within tho corporato' lim
its of tho City of Globe, any business,
profession or occupation for tho tran
saction or carrying on of which a li
eonso is required, without first taking
out or procuring tho lieonso required
for such business, profession or occupa
tion, SECTION II.
No licenso granted or isslied under
any of tho prpvisions of this Ordinanco
shall bo in any mannor assignable or
which tho business shall bo carried 'on.
SUCTION III. J,
Any porson who shall violate an, of
tho provisions of this Ordinanco thall
be deemed guilty of a misdomcanoriland
upon conviction thereof sliall"to' pun
ished by a fino of not more t'linn three
hundred ddllnr.s, or by imprlsoninetit in
tho City or Count' jail for a pericd of
not more than three months, or by both.
Upon tho trial of any criminal action
brought under or arising from any pro
visions of this Ordinance, tho defendant
shall ho deemed not to have procurod
tho municipal .lieonso, for tho current
tinio, unless he or sho eithor.prolucos
tho same or proves having paid for the
samo to tho proper officer,
Tn any action brought under or aris
ing out of any provision of this Ordin
anco, tho fact that tho party thereto
represented' himsolf or horsolf na on
gnged in any business or calling for tlio
transaction of which n lieonso is by this
Ordinanco required, or that such party
exhibited a sign indicating such busi
ness or cnlling, shall bo prima fncie
ovjdonco of tho liability of such party
to pay for a license.
If any person shall furnish such ovi
douco as shall satisfy tho Common
Council that ho or sho, by reason of
tnisfortuno or physical inflfmitymprits
exemption from tho provision.1 of Janv
section or clause of this Ordinance, a
freo gratuitous licenso may be issuc(l
to such party upon tho recommendation
of said Common Council, said licensofi
to llo countersigned by a majority of
said Common Council.
All licenses for owners, keepers or
drivers of vehicles, hucknoy carriages
or hordic coaches shall date from the
first day of January or July of each
year and shall be issued for six months
from cither of tho aforpsaid datos,
Liconses on dogs shall expire on the
rfist uay ot December m oacn year, and
shall bo issued for one year from Janu
ary 1st of each year,
All licenses of atreet railroad passon-
ger cars, insurance companies or insur
ance agents, runners and solicitors, ped
dlers of produce, fish, fruit, game, veg
etables and merchandise from baskets
or wagons, shall date from Iho first "day
of. January, April, July or .October of
each year, and shall bo issued for the
torm of threo mouths, provided on an
application being made for the first
time during the quartur, tho licenso
shall be pro rated nud issued to the
oud of tho quarter.
All liconses for theaters, concert halls,
places of anuisemont, entertainments or
exhibitions, and all other licenses not
enumerated abovo may pa issued for
tho period of one year, for three months
for ono month, or for ono day.
All licenses shall be paid for in ad
vanco in lawful money of tho United
No receipts for licenses shall be is-.
sued by tho City Marshal on any other
blanks than those received from the City
No greater or less amount of money
snail lie charged or received for li
conses so issued tluiu is charged to
said City Marshal by the City Clerk
..mi ,iiuiiu uu sain liLUliau receipts.
No license receipt shall bo sold or
issued by tho City Marshal for any
poriod of timo exceeding tho time print
ed on tho licenso receipt, ami for which
time tho same was issued and charged
to tho City Marshal by the City Clerk.
No porson required to be licensed
shall lcceivo from tho City Marshal or
his deputies any licenso receipts for a
longer period than the time printed on
tho said licenso blank, or pay "for'lfny
ui-riiHu receipt nny greater or less
amount of money than the amount
printed on said licenso receipt,
No person required to be licensed
shall pay any sum of money to tho
City Marshal or his deputies for a li
cense, without demanding and receiving
llinrefor a licenso receipt on which is
printed tho time for which said license
is issued, and tho amount paid there
for. SECTION IX.
Every person having a licenso under
the provisions of this Ordinanco shall
exhibit tho samo at all times whilo in
forco in soino conspicuous part of his or
her placo of business, andlihall produco
same when applying for a renewal, or
when requested to do so by any officer
of tho licenso or police department.
Every peddler, whilo onxraced in ncd-
dling, shall carry his or h'er license and
exhibit the samo if required by any
All porsons who shall "soil, dispose
of or deal in wines, distiljod or malt
liquors iu quantities of two gallohs and
upward shall bo deemed to bo wholesale
liquor dealers and shall pay a quarterly
licciso of $90.00. AlKpersoas who sell,
dispose of, oro deal in winos, distilled
or malt liquors in quantities less than
two gallons and not less than two'pints
which shall not bo consumed on the
promisos, shall pay a quurtorly licenso
of $45.00. All persons who shall sail,
disposo of or deal in .wines, distilled o'r
malt liquors in quantities of lcssthan
ono gallon for consumption npon tho
premises shall bo deemed to bo retail
liquor dealors and shall pay a quarterly
license oi jj.uu.uu, provided that any
person who shnll pay a quartorly license
of $90.00 as a retail liquor dealer may
sou, uisposo ot or deal in wines, dis
tilled or malt liquors in quantities of
not less thnn ono pint nor more than
two gallons, which shall not be con
sumed upon tho promises, without tho
payment of tho quarterly lieonso of
$1J.00 as heroin provided. '
Every grocer, druggist, jowolor,
butcher, dry goods morchant, shoo mer-
1 l ...!ii; . ' .
unuiii., milliner, naruware merchant,
hand-goods, fruit, nuts and confection
ery, baker and dealer in soda water or
soft drinks, shall ptiy a quartorly li
censo tax to bo computed as follows:
Every proprietor, owner or manager
of any of tho nforosnid businesses or
occupations, shall ninko a writton stnto
mont' liudor onth to tho marshal at the
beginning of each quarter, certifying
to the amount of business transacted
by him, nvoraged for the preceding
quarter, aud upon such statement shall
pay a quarterly licoiiBe upon tho fol
Thoso whoo aggregate quartorly
sales' nmount to less than $5,000 shall
pay a quarterly license of $10.
Thoso wlioso 'aggregate, quarterly
sales amount to more than $5,000 and
.loss than.$10,000, shall pay a quartorly
lioeiiso of $10.00.
Thoso whoso nggregato quarterly
sales amount to more thnu $10,000 and
loss than $1(5,000, shall pay a quarterly
licouse of $20.
Thoso whoso aggregate quarterly
sales amount to moro than $15,000 and
less than $25,000 shall pay a quarterly
license of $30.
Thoso whose aggregate quarterly
sales amount to moro than $25,000 and
loss than $30,000 shall pay u quarterly
Hconse of $40.
Thoso whoso uggregnto quarterly
sales amount to more than $36,000 and
loss than $50,000, shall pay a quarterly
license of $45.
Those whoso aggregate quartorly
sales amount to more than $50,000 und
less thnn $75,000, shall pay a quarterly
lieonso bf $50.
Thoso whoso aggregato quarterly
sales amount to more than $75,000 aud
loss than $100,000, shall pay a quartorly
license of $55.
Thoijo whoso aggregato quarterly
sales, amount to moro than $100,000
shall pay a quarterly licouse of $75.
The rates of liceaso not heretofore
specified shall bo according to tho fol
1. For each placo whero bowling or
en pin alloys uro maintained, thirty
($30,00) dollars per quarter.
2. For each gambling tablo or appa
ratus of any kind, such as monto, faro,
pass faro, rondeau, rouletto, twenty
two, kono, dice, red and black, lanquiu-
otto. tun. studhorse noker. craus. nolicv.
lottery, or any other banking or por
coutugo game, or any game played 'for
nionoy, check or credit or any othor
representative of value of whatover
nnmo, forty-fivo ($45.00) dollars per
quarter, provided that no license' shall
1)0 ibsued for any game whatover in any
placo froquontcd by minors.
3. For each street show and carnival,
twenty-fivo "($25.00) dollars per day.
For each circus, one hundred ($100.00)
per day. For each merry-go-round,
twenty-five ($25.00) dollars per day.
For each theater, two dollars and fifty
cents ($2.50) per day or fifteen ($15.00)
dollars per quarter. t
.4, Fpr commission merchants ton
($10.00) dollars per quarter.
5. For cuch hotel or inn thirty
($30.00) dollars per quarter.
0. For each lodging house for tran
sient guests, fifteen ($15.00) dollars per
7. For each Stock Broker, forty-five
($45.00) dollars per quarter. For each
Mouoy Broker, fifteen ($15.00) dollars
per quarter; for each Pawn Broker,
forty-fivo (15.00) dollars per quarter.
S. Fpr each insurance agent, forty
five ($45.00) dollars per quarter.
9. .tor each auctioneer, ten ($10.00)
dollars per quarter.
10. For each restnnruut, fifteen
($15.00) dollars per quarter provided
that, this shall nut apply to private
11. For each hackman, ten ($10.00)
dollars per quarter. For each drayman,
oxpressmnn or person hauling goods for
hire, rifteon ($15.00) dollars per quar
12. For each steam laundry twenty
($20.00) dollars per quarter. For each
Chinese laundry, ton ($10.00) dollars
13. For each fortunto teller, medium,
palmist, street faker or person engaged
in a similar business or occupation,
twenty-live ($25.00) dollars per quarter.
14. For each undertaking establish
ment, thirty ($30.00) dollars per quar
ter. 15. For each photographer engaged
a a photograph business, five ($5.00)
dollars per quarter.
10. For each shooting gallery, fifteen
(Slo.00) dollnrs per quarter.
17. tor each telegraph company,
thirty ($30.00) dolnrs or quarter.
18. For each telephone company
thirty ($30.00) dollars j?er quarter.
19. For oach bnrbtir shop, threo
($3.00) dollars per quarter for each
20. For each livory stable, dealing
in hay and grain, thirtj' ($30.00) dol
lars por quarter; all Others, twenty
($20.00) dollars por quarter.
21. For each tailoring establishment,
uvc i?.i.uuj uonars per quarter.
Liconses of any liquor ilealor, wholo
salo or retail, or pf aiiy'bawdy house
or houso of pros'titutionu,or any inmate
thereof, or any gambling license may
bo royoked by tho Common Council up
on three days' notlco being uiven to tho
holder thereof; said holder shall have
'tho right to appear lieforo tho Council
at the timo when the revocation of his
license is to bo passod upon and to make
any showing beforo tho Council that he
may desire regarding tho same.
This Ordinanco Bhnll go into effect
upon the 'first ifay of Fooruary, 1907,
and until April 1st, 1907, tho person or
persons or firms or proprietors of tho
businesses or occupations' for which a
licenso is required by the foregoing pro
visions, shall securo a licenso from tho
said dato to April 1st, 1907, and pay
ino uity juarsnai tiieroior, for Such
poriod, such proportional sum as tho
lonirtll of such unrind in tn flm rn.rnlnr
poriod for wlilch eac)i respective licenso
ouan uu laaueu, anu uioroanor sucn li
censes shall be issued as horeinbefore
Passed arid adopted the 17th day of
Approved: W. S. 'SULTAN,
Attest: .F. J. Elliott, Clork.
First 'publication? January 22, 1907.
Common Council of tho City of Olobo:
If nny person shall appear in any
placo within tlio City of Olobo in a
stnto of nudity, in a dross not belonging
to his or her sox, or in nny indecent or
lewd dressy or shnll mnko any indecent
exposuro of his or hor person, or bo
guilty of an' lewd, indocent net or
behavior, or shnll expose, sell or offer
for sale any indecent or lowd book, pic
ture or other things, or shall exhibit
or perform any indecent, immoral or
lowd play or othor representations, ev
ery such porson shall bo guilty 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 streots and
public works of tho City for a poriod
not exceeding threo months.
If any porson shall bo drunk or shnll
bein a stato of intoxication in any
highway, street, tlioroughfaro or other
public placo within this city, or shall
be drunk and disorderly in. any private
houso or place, or shall abuso another
by using menacing, insulting, slander
ous or profane language, or shall com
m it an assault or battery upon another,
every such porson shall bo deemed guil
ty of a misdemeanor and upon convic
tion thereof shnll bo fined in any sum
not less thnn five hor moro thnn fifty
dollars, or shall be confined at hard
labor upon the streets and public worJs
An Ordinanco Prohibiting Certain Of
ienscs Againsihe Poace, Public
Mnrnln nml 'Siifw nf fha nit, p
dealer curios, lumber morchant, deal- ; Globe and tho Inhabitants Thereof,
or in conl and wood, dealer in second I - Bo ft TrdaiiTed by" tho Mayor and
If any person shall immoderately rido
or drive any horse in any avonue, street,
alloy or lano, or ride or drive fustor
than n wulk across any bridge, within
the limits of this city, every such por
son shall be deemed guilty of a misde
meanor and upon conviction thereof
shall bo fined in any sum not oxcocding
one hundred dollars or shull 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 lliis city
make or assist in making any improper
noise, riot, disturbance or breach of the
peace, he shall be deemed guilty of a
misdemeanor and upon conviction
thereof bhall bo fined in a sum not ex
ceeding ono hundred dollnrs, or shull be
confined at hard labor upon the streets
and public works of tho City for a pe
riod not exceeding two months.
If any person shall disturb any law
ful assemblage of people by loud or
indecent behavior or profano discourse
or otherwise, he shall bo Jccmcd gdilty
of u misdemeanor and upon conviction
thereof shall be fined in any sum not
exceeding one hundred dollars or shall
bo confined at hard labor upon the
streots and public works of the city
for a period not exceeding two mouths.
Any pcrboh or persons who shall keep
any common, ill governed or disorderly
house, or who shnll suffer any druukcu
ncss, quarreling, fighting or riotous or
disorderly conduct whatever on. his
premises shall bo guilty of a misde
meanor and upon conviction thereof
shall bo fined in any sum not exceeding
three hundred dollars or shall be con
fined at hard labor upon the streets and
public works of the City for a period
not exceeding threo months.
If any saloon, gambling house, or
house of prostitution or danco house
keopcr, or proprietor of any placo
wherein intoxicating or majt liquors arc
sold, or the agents or clerks of any
such proprietor or keeper shall sell or
permit to be sold in his or her or any
other placo of business to any minor,
any such liquors, ho shall bo deemed
guilty of a misdemeanor and upon con
viction thereof shnll be fined in any
sum not exceeding fifty dollars or bo
confiued at hnrdlabor upon tho streets
nud public works of the City for a
period not exceeding thirty days.
If any porson shall dig any hole,
trench or ditch in nny street or alley
of this City without having first ob
tained a written permission from the
Supervisor of Streets, ho shall bo deem
ed guilty of a misdemeanor and upon
conviction thereof shall bo fined in nny
sum not exceeding ono hundred dollnrs
of shall bo confined nt hard labor upon
tho streets and public works of tho
City for a period not exceeding thirty
All able bodied porsons not having
visiblo menus to maintain themselves
and who live daily without employment
or aro found loitering around or walk
ing abroad nnd lodging in tippling
houses, bath rooms, out houses and
houses of ill fame, sheds, stables, or any
wagons or boxes, or in the open nir, or
who shnll be found trespassing upon
private premises nt any timo and not
giving good account of themselves, or
walking nurond and bugging or going
nbout from door to door begging or pine-,
ing themselves in the sheets or other
thoroughfares or any other public places
and begging and receiving alms, and all
persons upon whom thero shall bo found
any instrument or thing used for the
commission of burglary or for picking
locks, who cannot gove a gdod account
of thoir possession, shall be deemed vu
grnnts, und guilty of having committed
a misdemeanor, nnd upon conviction
thereof shall be fined in n sum not ex
ceeding threo hundred dollnrs, or shall
bo confined at hard labor upon the
streets and public works of tho City
for a poriod not exceeding three
months; Piovidcd, that this shall not
apply to any prostitute having a per
mit. SECTION X. N x
It shnll bo unlawful for any porson,
firm or corporation to eroct on the sido:
walk of any street of the City of Globe
an awniug post or ground support.
It shall bo unlawful for any person,
firm or corporation to use, occupy or
obstruct any sidewalk or any street in
ho City of Globe for the purpose of
uispiuylng goods, wares gr merchandise.
It shall bo unlawful for any porson,
firm or corporation to erect or maintain
or allow any porson to orect or main
tain nny booth, stand or countor on nny
sidewalk of tho City of Globe, or keep
or maintain upon tho street any wagon,
cart, wheol, vohiclo, movable booth or
stand for the purposo of barter or trade
oxcopt under licenso or contract vith
the Common Council of tho City of
uiuue. ' t I
votks fifty dol
of tho City for a period not excecdiiiw-ty or City jail for any period of timo
It shall bo unlawful for any person to
deposit upon tho streets, alloys, public
grounds or upon any vacant lot of tho
City of Globo any rofuso, .garbago,
wasto pnpor or debris of any nature, ex
cept at such times and places and under
such regulations as the Common Council
mny from time to timo point out or
It shall bo unlawful for any person
having charge or control of a job wag
on, to occupy ns a stand for tho same
nny portion of nny street, in front of
nny building or vncant lot whoro the
owner of such building or vacant lot
or any occupant of the street floor of
such building shall object; provided,
that nothing in this ordinance shall
prevent tho owner or driver of any job
wagon or market wagon from stopping
in any placo other than a public cross
ing of any public street for tho purpose
of receiving 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, of make
nny public meretricious display of her
self upon tho streets or in nny public
place, shall bo deemed guilty of a mis
demeanor, and upon conviction thereof
shall be fined in any sum not exceeding
dollnrs, or Imprisoned Iii'the Ooun
not exceeding ono month, or bo pun'
ished by both such fino nnd imprison
If nny person shnll Icnvo nny horse,
horses or other animals attached to any
carriage, wagon, cart or othor vohiclo
in any strce avonue, alloy or lnno
within this City without securely fas
tening the samo, or without tho samo
being fastened by n rhnin or strop from
tho bit to n metal weight upon tho
ground, such weight weighing at least
fifteen pounds for n single horso nnd
twenty-five pounds for a team, every
such person shall be deemed guilty of
having committed a misdemeanor, nud
upon conviction thereof, shall bo fined
in a sum notjjxceeding fifty dollnrs, or
bo imprisoned in the City or County
jail for a poriod of time uot oxceeding
one month, or bo punished by both such
fino and imprisonment.
If nny person shall, within the cor
porato limits of tho City of Globe, carry
concealed upon his person any gun, pis
tol, bowic knife, dagger or other deadly
weapon, he shall be deemed guilty of
having committed a misdemeanor, aud
upon conviction thereof shall bo fined
in any sum not exceeding three htin
dred dollars or be imprisoned in the
County or City jail for any period of
timo not exceeding three, mouths, or be
punished by both such fino and impris
oilmen..; provided, that this section shall
not bo construed to apply to Sheriffs,
Constables, Marshals or Police Officers,
whcii exercisiug their legitimate duties.
Any person who shall interfere with,
resist, molest, or threaten to molest,
any officer of said City of Gloho in
tho exercise of his official duties, shall
bo liablo to a fine in any sum not ex
ceeding one hundred dollars, or to im
pris-oiinient not moro than thirty days,
or both fine and imprisonment.
Any person violating any of the pro
visions of this ordinancoVor which au
other penalty is not provided shall bo
deemed guilty of a misdemeanor aud
upon conviction thereof shnll be fined
in nny sum not more than three hun
drcd dollars or shall be confined at hard
labor upon the streots and public works
of tho City, for a period not exceeding
This 'Ordinance shall take effect and
be in force from and after its passage.
Passed and adopted tho 17th day of
Approved: W. S. SULTAN,
Attest: F. J. Elliott, Clerk.
First publication-January 22, 1907.
Until January 31st Only
You Can Secure
Globe-Wheatfields Mining Co.
Stock at 5c. per Share
We now have-a six foot vein of Sulphide Ore.
The ore is improving with depth.
"A word to the wise is sufficient"
Globe-Wheatfields Mining Co.
JOSEPH J. SPARKS, Secretary
OFFICE IN JUDGE McCULLUM'S PRINTERY
J. S. SCOTT
Complete line of
Always on hand
North Broad st.. Just below GiJ
ARBOR DAY PROCLAMATION
By tho Governor of Arizona
To tho Peoplo of Yuma, Maricopa,
Pinal, Pima, Santa Cruz, Cochise,
Graham and Oila Counties, Arizona:
It is provided by statute of this tor
ritory that tho Friday following tho
fhst day of February iu each year shall
be known as Arbor Day in the above
named counties, and shall be observed
as a holiday.
Now, therefore, by virtue nnd in nc
cordanco with tho direction of that
statute, I, Josoph II. Kibbey, governor
of Arizona, hereby proclaim Friday, tho
8h day of February, A. 1). 1007, dgsig
n.-it ed ns Arbor Day, to be iu tho conn
ties fhst abovo mentioned ns holiday;
and T recommend that this dny ho ob
served by tho peoplo of thoso counties
by tho planting of trees, shrubs nnd
vines, iu the promotion of forest and
orchard growth nnd cultuie, by the
adornment of public and private
grounds, places and ways, and by such
othor efforts nnd undertakings as shall
bo in harmony with the character of
tho day so established all in accord
ance with the provisions of TitloMV,
Arboriculture, Revised Statutes of Ari
In witness whereof, T have hereunto
set my hand and caused tho great seal
of the territory to bo affixed. Dono nt
Phoenix, the capita), this 2."th day of
(Seal) JOSEPH II. KIBBEYj
By tho Govornof:
V. F. NICHOLS,
Secretary of the Territory of Arizona..
Meals at Regular
Strictly Home Cooking
Special attention given to
W. B; Brackien, "fttJpr
ANYTHING YOU WANT!
Of the quality you want, in the
?uantity you require, is our of
er in Meats and Poultry.
Another olfer wc propose is
careful handling, cutting and
Still another, lowest selling
price tho market will warrant.
With such a combination,
proved by years of square
dealing, ought we not to have
Pioneer Meat Co.
Assay er and Chem
. E. BIERCE
Agent for DEMING SMEL1
FOR EVERYTHING IN
Stationery, Wall Paper, Paints,
Oils, Ammunition, Guns, Cutlery,
Notions etc, go to
G. S. Van Wagenen.
Finest rooms in the en
reasonable and spe
by the month 1
The Commercial Mines and Real Estal:
Office, opposite postoffice, "Hello"- 173!
Improved and unimproved proper
ties in every part of the city.
LOTS We have some rare bail
gains in these.
STOCKS of every kind bought an
sold. Give us a call.
PAY $1.25 FOE SIX MONTHS DAILY
ARIZONA SILVEK BELT AND GET.
A DICTIONARY FREE.
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