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DAILY ARIZONA SILVER BEL!
HONEST GOODS AT RIGHT PRICES -Up-to-Now PATTERNS
Honest in Every Detail of Material, Workmanship and Finish. We Respectfully Solicit an Opportunity to
Demonstrate that Our Goods are Better than those you buy elsewhere at Similar or even Higher Prices. I
We make this price of $10.50 on this
Dresser only because we are compelled
to on account of our limited warehouse
space. We anticipated moving into
our new quarters by Feb. 1st, but the
contractors cannot promise anything
definite so we must sacrifice some fur
niture. This dresser is made from the
celebrated White Oak of North Caro
lina and would be cheap
at $15. Our special offer at
isil Our Store and you will be Convinced !
m . if
This Week Only We Offer
Two Specials in Chairs
The Dining Room Chair, one that we
have considered a good value for $2.
Made of Oak Stock, reinforced with
bolts, making them strong and durable
The Rocker, made of OAK Stock, one
that we especially recommend, we will
sell THIS WEEK ONLY for
Visit Our Store and you will be Convinced!
DBDINAMI MJMBER TEN
-trig a Pound in
, ' liutions for the
tne Mayor and
t City of Globe:
m 'i-ets is hereby
i for tlio City
t! have the right
- of mature ago
Mi.-iy deem iiecos-
u i ing on of his
'. Iut in no case
tor any chargos
nature to be
vt'jit as herein
i h't-ment for sal
' a mado by the
'; against him
' It V.
'. 1 1 T.
f tlio poundmas
t" tako up and
T iind at large,
ni iming loose, or
' 'lr tlio caro or
ii r persons in
Iht public places
l lots in the
''"," upon which
" paid and wear
v itlcd in Ordin-
1 impounded nni-
I'f known to tho
i reside or have
in tho City
'r shall notify
1 1 personally or
i "U-oflico within
' ' r such animal
up and impound-
I within twenty
' i"g up and im
l oxcept a dog,
tho City Clerk,
mat and describ
nvi.so or by any
y bo on it and
a nd impounded,
" kept open for
i.irty days after
II keop all ani
i"'indcd by him
omfortable placo within tho City lim
its, and shall keep such animals con
stantly supplied with water to drink,
and shall feed such animals at least
once every twonty-four hours and treat
them in a humano manner during the
timo such animals may bo impounded,
which shall not bo less than five days
unloss sooner claimed by tho ownor
thereof, except dogs, which shall bo kept
for threo days oftwenty-four hours ac
cording to tho provisions of Sections IV
and V of Ordinance No. VIII.
All dogs taken up and impounded
shall bo govorncd by the provisions of
Ordinance No. VIII, and if such dog
shall bo killed as provided in said or
dinance the body shall bo removed at
least one mile from tho City limits and
two hundred yards from any residence
or traveled road, and there buried, and
tho Supervisor of Streots shall report
tho number of dogs so killed and re
moved under his supervision at least
once a month to tho City Clork. The
poundmastor shall bo paid by tho City
of Globe tho sum of Fifty cents for
each and every dog so killed and re
moved by him and shall also bo al
lowed all other fees and charges given
him by this ordinance to bo collected
by him from tho ownor or owners of
the animals taken up and impounded
who may claim tho samo or to bo re
tained by him from the proceeds of the
sale of such animals at public auction.
If tho ownor or owners of any dog
taken up or impounded under this Or
dinance shall within threo days or
twenty-four hours as tho caso may bo
according to tho provisions of Ordin
ance Ntimbcr VIII, or tho owner of
any animal other than a dog shall
within five days after such havo boon
taken up and impounded, apply to tho
poundmastor and pay him tho fees and
charges provided by this or any other
ordinanco; thon tho poundmaster shall
dolivor such animal to tho ownor or
All nnimnls other than dogs taken up
and impounded under tho provisions of
this ordiu'anco which shall not have
been claimed and tho fees and charges
thereon as horoinaftor provided boon
paid to tho poundmastor by tho owner
or owners within five days shall, as soon
thereafter as may bo convenient, bo sold
by tho poundmaster at public auction in
front of tho City Hall in said City of
Globo to tho .highest cash bidder bo
tweon tho hours of nino and olovon
o'clock A. M., and ho shall retain from
tho proceeds of tho salo of such animal
tho fees and charges hereinafter allowed
to him and shall immediately pay to
tho City Clerk any balance remaining
after deducting such fees and charges,
which said balanco shall bo paid to the
owner of said animal or animals if ho
appear and claim the same within thirty
days after said salo, and if not, then
said balance shall be paid into the gen
eral fund of tho City; tho poundmaster
shall execute a bill of salo over his
official signaturo in favor of tho pur
chaser of such animal or animals, do
scribing tho animal, tho dato on which
same was taken up or impounded and
the date and price for which tho same
The poundmaster shall bo allowed his
fees and shall be entitled to collect from
tho owners of animals taken up and
impounded and claimed by the owner or
owners thereof before delivering 'such
animal, tho sum of one dollar for every
animal not a dog so taken up, and in
addition thereto for tho taking care of,
watering and feeding any impounded
animal, fifty cents per day for each dog
and ono dollar per day for each othor
animal; ho shall bo allowed and be en
titled to retain from the proceeds of
tho sale of any impounded animal sold
by him at public auction the samo fco
and charge as if such animal had been
The Lunch Problem is ono that
confronts every business man.
"Where can I get a good, whole
some lunch, well cooked and
quickly served?" Is a ques
tion that almost every busy man
asks himself every day.
We make a specialy of serving a
"BUSINESS MAN'S LUNCH,"
well cooked, always ready to
serve and centrally located as we
are, insure celerity and satisfac
tion. Try us today
A. F. BANICEVICH,
claimed and the fees and charges had
been paid by tho owner thereof, and in
addition thereto ton por cent of the
gross amount of tho proceeds of such
It shall bo unlawful for any person
to in any manner interfero with, im
pedo, prevent or attempt to interfere
with, impedo or obstruct or intimidate
tho poundmaster of tho City of Globe
or any of his. deputies in the discharge
of their duties as hereinbefore sot forth
in taking up or attempting to tako up
and impound any and all animals which
it shall bo his duty to impound under
the provisions of this or any other or
dinance or who shall rcscuo or attmept
to rescue any animal so taken up by
the poundmaster or his deputies or to
release any animal so impounded.
Any person violating any of tho pro
visions of this ordinanco shall be deem
ed guilty of a misdemeanor and upon
conviction thereof shall bo punished by
a fine not exceeding fifty dollars or be
imprisoned in tho jail or calaboose of
tho City not less tlan five nor more
.than thirty days or by both such fine
Passed and adopted the 24th day of
Approved: W. S. SULTAN,
Attest: P. J. Ellioi't, Clerk.
First publication February 1, 1907.
Nine out of ten budding geniuses fail
A critic is a man who couldn't have
done it himself.
An unmarried flirt is apt to develop
into a married fury.
Prom the bird's viewpoint a single
bush is worth a dozen hands.
Everj- self-made man thinks other
men ought to borrow his pattern.
A frenzied financier says the open sea
son for suckers is never closed.
20 per cent
Dress Goods V
The Globe National Bank....
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OFFICERS AND DIEECTOES
1 ' President. J. II. Hamtll, Vlco President.
A. W. Sydnor.
Prcd T. Bragonler.
Fred J. Griffin.
Cusl--cr. j. e. Todd, Asst. Oashlor.
WE HAVE UNEQUALED FAOILI.
TIES IN OUE NEW OFFICES FOB
TAKING GAEE OF YOUE VALUA
BLE PAPEES, ETC. CALL AND AB
BANQE TO BENT ONE OF OUE
STEEL SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES.
OUE VAULT IS FD2EPE00F.
ou want the best results advertising can get for you
Stationery, School Books and School Supplies
NEW GRAPHOPHONE RECORDS, get the
Latest. Any magazine you want Buy your
Ammunition here. WE ALSO RENT GUNS.
E. F. KELLNER & CO'S STORES
Will close for inventory February 16.
All accounts are closed and settlement
asked for this pay day.
The Globe Bank and Savings Co. is ready to pay all
depositors. Those not called for within 10 days will be
placed in the Gila Valley Bank & Trust Co. subject to;
If you want to save money trade at
Mill William's Store
He carries a full line of Groceries, Hardware, Crock
ery, Leather, Liquors and Cigars, Furnishing Goods,
Boots and Shoes, Hats, Caps, Gloves and Stationery.
Wm. Mill Williams
North Globe and Smelter Merchant
Fat Cattle! Yes, and Plenty of 'Em at the
GLOBE MEAT MARKET
WE SUPPLY OUE TEADE BY SELLING THE FIN
EST BEEF TO BE HAD IN TOWN. TEY ONE OF
OUB FAT STEAKS. YOU WILL FIND THAT IT
IS BETTEB THAN ANY YOU HAVE HAD FOB
SOME TIME. WE ALSO HAVE SOME EXTBA
FINE KANSAS POEK, CHOICE VEAL AND MUT
TON, THE VEEY "BEST THAT MONEY CAN BUY.
FRESH POULTRY AT ALL TIMES
The Finest Resort in Globe
Popular with all classes winter and summer. Re
freshments of all kinds. Choice Cigars, Wines
A. B. C. and Anheuser-Busch Beer always on Draught
GLOBE LUMBER COMPANY
Retail Dealers -
Mining Timbers a Specialty
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