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DAILY ARIZONA SILVER BELT
REPliBLIGAH CAMPAIGN DEPARTMENT
This spaco has been sold to tlio Republican County Contral Oommittea
and during tho campaign will bo edited under the direction of that
organization. Tho Silver Belt is not responsible for tho matter contain
ed in this department.
WM. H. TAFT
JAME3 S. SHERMAN.
fcr Delegate in Congress
CHAS. T. MABTIN.
for District Attorney
L. L. HENBY.
D. E, WILLIAMSON.
for School Superintendent
W. O. KELLNEE.
for Probate Judge -
HOWARD O. HOPKINS
LYMAN 0. WOODS.
for Justice of the Peace
H. H. (BUBT) PRATT.
Tho democrats are moving heaven
and earth to assure the defeat of Dan
R. Williamson for treasurer. In fact,
their efforts arc becoming frantic and
fierce. Dan in preparing another shot
to bo fired at an early dato. The latest
tfttement will be bristling with facts
and figures which he will swear to and
Wo have been reliably informed by
ono who has taken the trouble to look
nto the matter, that thero aro thirty
nine appointments of deputy sheriffs
on record in the recorder's office. Woi
der for what purpose tho army is being
"Bill" Sparks is charged with being
tho active participant in a saloon fight.
The scrap was forced on "Bill, "and
is not to his discredit. An unpredju-
diced hearing in regard to tho matter
would placo tho responsibility for the
fowardly attack upon him where it be
longs. It might hit high.
THE INDEPENDENT VOTEE
Tho strictly partizan voter nover de
cides elections in theso latter days. It
is the independent voter who consumes
almost the cntiro five minutes allowed
him by law in tho voter's booth in pro
paring his bnllot, who decides things..
The straight votes cast at each cloction
are quickly and easily counted, but it
h tho scratched ones that consume the
tine of the election board, and decides
the contest. Theso "ballots aro cast by
'he careful, considerate voter, and when
ho retires to his booth considers each
and every namo on tho ticket. Tho Aus
tralian system greatly facilitates thu
Tork, and gives the independent voter
an excellent opportunity to express his
hoico of candidates. This largely nc--ounts
for tho great proportion of
ratched tickets found in the box nftur
'he polls aro closed.
As the ticket is printed with the
sames of contesting candidates in ad
wining columns, each voter can compare
thera for .himself and ,mako,his own
'hoice for each separate office. This,
together with the further safeguards
which surround the entire polling place
for a radius of fifty feet, provent nny
interference and insures to the voter
hat from tho time ho crosses the bar
rier until the timo his,.ballot is, depos
ted in the box, that his voto will be
"gistcrod without any undue inilucncoy
md correctly counted when deposited.
Thus it will bo seen that it will bo
'he independent voter in conpection
th tho Australian ballot system that
will decido the coming election. This
faet, that it is tho non-par,tisan voter
who must decide into whoso hands the
affaire of Gila county aro to bo en
trusted for the coming two years has
had tho effect of forcing the conven
tions of the two prominent political j
parties to nominate their best men lor
the respective offices. As tho conven
es havo nominated thp most suitablo
"'n it is not to be wondered at that
many of tho candidates aro almost as
dependent as tho voters 'who are to
dceide. tho election. The result may
Bhnw that those who are criticized in
'h 3 mannor may receive tho lnrgcst
vote, and certainly will recoivo most
of the votes -of tho large, independent,
con partizan class, who may always be
ponded upon to cast their pallors for
tbo most suitable candidates (for tho var
The nominees of tho republican party
am ono and all citizens whom the .uon
partizan. independent voter can eonscL
ntipusly endorse. They .all .stand high.
" this community, and are among, pur,,
ttostWibstantial and successful business
men,' Thoso of them who have, been in.
"fuia life in the past havo conducted
their ffico to tho satisfaction of the
Puhlic,iand honor and credit of them
wives. V '
When tln voter who always casts
his ballot for tho best and most suit
ablo man for, tho vnrious county offices,
retires to tho booth and is confronted
Avith tho nnmes of tho various candi
dates in separate Columns, let him
make his. selections, , mid should any of
the nominees of the republican party
suit him, thon lot him express his choice
by placing an "X" in tho box oppo
site the candidates name. Or,Mf ho
should como to tho conclusion that tho
whole ticket averages up to suit him,
or ho ran conscientiously endorso tho
whole bunch as good citizens and neigh,
bors, a singlo "X" placed beneath the
flag of our country, at tho head of tho
ticket, will express this endorsement.
At nny rate, the independent, no
partisan voter will decido tho matter
with his scratched ticket, which is the
emblem and certificate of non-partisan,
independent political sentiments.
DISTRICT ATTORNEY L.L.HENEY
Mr. Henry lias resided in Globe for
i' several years, coming hero from McKin-
ley count, New Mexico, He is n grad
uate of tho Law department of the Iowa
State University, at Ames, class of '90.
Immediate!' after graduating ho was'
admitted to tho bar, nnd camo west,
locating at Gallup, New Mexico, remov.
ing from there to Globe fivo years ago.
Upon the election of Georgo J. Stono
man as district attorney two years ago
he chose Mr. Henry as his assistant.
Shortly afterwards, Mr. Stonoman re
signed tho office, recommending Mr.
Henry for tho vacancy thus created.
The board of supervisors unanimously
elected Mr. Henry to fill tho vacancy!
Ho served tho balance of the term nnd
the record mado by him has been fault
less. Ho wears no man's collar, and
neither corporato nor individual inter
ests has had any weight with him. Mr.
Henry has treated over' citizen with
whom he has como in official contact
with uniform courtesy, and has given
every ono equal consideration. Ifi is
easily approached, nnd has proven him
self an idcnl prosecutor nnd legal ad
viser of the different public officials.
He will be elected, for tho reason that
ho has made such a record in office that
his Teturn will be almost Imperatively
demanded by the independent voter.
A long and labored leading editorial
in yesterday's Silver Belt attempts to
draw a deadly' parallel between the two
candidates for delegate to congrcsc
Stripped of all its surplus verbiage, tho
article in question is about as logical
and convincing as to call your oppon
ent ''another." It is the end of nil
Candidates' MJyaq, Trevillian, Huffcr
and Henry went out to tho Gibson
camp this morning. The samo bunch
wcro at Black Warrior and Red Springs
yesterday. They report having re
ceived a hearty reception at the hands
of the voters of tho county.
BECORDER H. H. HUFFER
Mr. Huffcr was raised in tho Tonto
country, in the northern part of this
county, but has been a resident of
Globe for the past fivo years. His ed
ucation has beenjobtained in tho schools
of this territory. His father, J. I. Huf
fcr, is an old and highly respected cit
izen of this county. The family set
tled on Tonto in early days, and
'Bert" has grown up since early child
hood in that section. Ho is well equip
ped for the office of recorder by way of
education and training, and will make
an ideal recorder. Ho has a special
claim to tho attention ofA the , younger
element of tho voters, ns he is ono of
them, and would represent therr? in an
offico in the court house to tho satis
factiou of all classes and with great
credit and honor to himsolf. Wo espec
ially eommond him to the younger non
A party of republican candidates
headed by Lyman C. Woods, candidate
for member of the board of supervisors,
were at Copper Hill yesterday. They
met with flattering receptions from the
voters of that. enmp. v
. A O
'tf W. .C
"Bert" Pratt was nominated by the
republican convention for Justice of the
Peace of Globe precinct, nnd .Too Sa
bourin and Frank P. Clark, Jr., for
constables. All oC theso candidates nro
welj and favorably known, and we com''
mend the into fho voters of this pre
cinct. To quickly check n cold, druggists
aro dispensing everywhere, a clever
Candy Cold Cure Tnblot called 1'ro
vontics. Prcvontlcs are also fine for
feverish children. Tnko' Proycntics at
tho sneczo stage, to head off allcolds.
Box of 48 2oc. Palace Pharmacy.
Sewing machines for rent at J. P.
McNeil's Furnlturo Store; opposite New
Minpr's Union building.
When you havo i color you may be
sure that it has been caused indirectly
by- constipation and consequently you
must first, -of all .iako ' somothing to
move the bowels. That is what has
raado Kennedy's Lnxativc Cough Syrup
sg. successful and so generally demand.
ed. -jit does not constipato uko most or
the old-inshioneu cough cures, out on
tho otbcr.'bnnd it gontly movesAthe bow-J
els nnd nt the samo timo, heals irritation
and. allays inflammation of the throat.
Sold by Hnnna's Drug Store, and Palaco
The Only Store in -Town
Clothes for Men
and Regal Shoes
UNCLE SAM IS AFTER
HERDERS FOB BESEBVE
Tho United States civil sorvice com
mission announces an examination on
October 28, 1908, to securo oligiblcs
from which to mako certification to fill
a vacancy in tho position of hcrdor,
at $780 per annum, at the Wcstorn
Navajo agency, 'Arizona, und various
vacancies requiring similar qualifica
tions as they may occus. Tho duties
of this position roqulro a knowledge
ojf sheep and sheep breeding, bui largo
experience with cattle is not necessary,
sinco .there 'nro, few on tho reservation.
Tho duticB and life of tho herder will
bo hard, for counting tho sheep and fa
millarizing himself with tho ranges,
over most of which thero are no Toads,
will bo no light task. Ho will have to
rido over tho wholo reservation, camp
ing wherover night overtakes him, and
must bo able to pack his own .animals.
No 'educational tttwillbe,given,v.tind
it will not bo necessary for applicants
to appear at any place for examination.
Age limit 20 years or over on the date
of the examination. Persons named in
tho applications as references will be
tcommunicatcd with. Unless answers
aro received from these persons within
threo weeks from the dato of tho send
ing of the communication tho applica
tion will not be accopted for tho par
ticular vacancy for'whiehlhis- cxamina.
tion is to bo hold, but if received with
in six weeks It will bo considered for
any vacancy which may arijc- in the
future requiring similar qualifications.
The applications of those whoso refer
ences fail to answer within six weeks
will be cancelled.
A world of significance does the
above name convoy, for it means that
'there has been perfected at' last a' ma
chine that actually makes pictures talk.
This marvelous invention will bo intro
duced to the peoplo of Olobo in tho near
future. Tiie Cnmcraphone is nothing
more nor less than a moving" picturo
machine, with certain improvements
and secret inyentions attached. A type
writer is nothing but some letters on
little steel arms. The idea is to make
it talk and that is the idea of the Cn
mcraphone. It produces .1 moving, talk
ing picture. It shows the picture of a
vaudeville team or a musical comedy
act, and the pictures talk. That is all
there is to it. Tho pictures talk, and
that is what makes the picture sellers
in Cnmcraphone exhibits work over
time. BIJOU THEATEB.
"The .Gold King".provnjl,n,winncr at,
tho Bijou last night. The house wns
comfortably filled when tho curtain
went up on tho first act and interest
was keen until the final curtain. The
play is a thriller, with good qlimaxes,
and a strong vein of comedy runs
throughout the bill. Miss Lehr, as
''Pug," tho soubrette lend, wns at her
best and mado the fun fast and furnous.
Xow specialties were introduced be
'Indian Bitters" is a comedy of
laughs, and errors centering nround a
masquerade party and a Kickapoo In
dian. "King Scattorbrains'' is also a
comedy film, full of mystical changes
and exciting climaxes. "Homo Work
in China" "shows the methods of mak
ing Chinese lanterns and embroidery
and is an instructive and amusing
study. "Palermo Scenes" is a beauti
ful film and shows the grand lakes,
mountains and castles of that magnifi
cent country. "The Locket" is a very
pathetic story which will bring, the
tears a child stolen by gypsies ami
identified after six years of wander
ing, by a locket he had worn during
Canvas uwnings Globo Paint Co.
ANOTHEB BIG SHOW.
Threo big features at tho Iris tongiht.
Monoy to loan on diamonds and jewel--.
Mindlin Jewelry & Loan Po.
. Thero will bo public speaking, on the
topics of tho day, at the court room,
next Monday night at 8 p. m., conducted
by tho Bryan-Kern club.
TO BE HAPPY
You must have good health." You can't
havo good health if your liver is not
doing its duty slow bnt sure poison
ing is going on all the time under such
circumstances. Bnllard's Horbino makes
a porfoctly healthy liver keeps the
stomach, and bowels right and acts as a
tonio. for tho entire system. Sold by
SOLWICO flour means satisfaction to
all; those that use tho best, Insist on got,
ting SOLWICO-flour. ' ..:' . V
NEW ORGANISATION IS AN OUT-
GROWTH OF THE MELON GROW
ERS ASSOCIATION AND WILL AS
SIST VALEY AGRICULTUBE,
-TEMPE, 'October 15. The annual
meeting of tho Tempo. ''Molon Growers'
association was held at the offico. of tho
Tempo Canal company Saturday aftcf
noon .and tho fallowing officers for the
ensuing year woro elected: President,
A. 8. Frnnkcnberg: vico president, W.
T. Cummings; secretary, L. E. Pafford;
treasurer, U. U. Jones. Thoso four and
J. E. McClain constitute tho board of
directors. In addition to tho discussion
of matters generally relating" to the
melon business, a move was started to
ward tho organization of a produce as
sociation, something that Tempo has
been in need of for a long time and
which, if properly conducted, as it no
doubt will bo if organized, will bo. of
immense benefit to. this section of the
valley. Tho purposo of the proposed or
ganization is to handlo produco for the
outside, market, nnd investigate the
proposition' oY'calnning 'fruits, "vegeta
bles, etc., in large quantities.
A meeting will bo held at tho. canal
office next Saturday for the" purpose of
further considering tryj matter and nil
intcresed in this question, whether they
bo members of tho Melon Growers' as
sociation or not, arc urged to attond.
AN INTEBNATIONAL BANQUET
W. W. I-Vrilfttt, consulting ejiginccAPf
tho international boundary commission,
who returned yesterday from Albuquer
que, where ho attended tho first irriga
Ion congress, attended n banquet while
at the congress which hq says was some
what of a mixture. "Thero were na
tives of seven countriesi at tho ban
quet," said Mr. Follott "and there
wero only seventeen of us In attendance.
Tho banquet was given to Arthur P.
Davis, L. C. Hill, Wm. Reed, myself,
nnd tho president of tho agricultural
college college, by tho foreign delega
tion in attendauce. Representatives of
France, Germany, Brazil, Porto Rico,
Chile und South Africa wore present,
and there wero seven different lang
uages spoken by those in attondau'ee.
The banquet was an enjoyable affair,
notwithstanding almost everyone spoke
a difforent tongue." El Paso Times.
Examine the label, if it is SOLWICO
yon are safe, all SOLWICO goods sure
FASHIONS FOB MEN
New York Style Show at tho Shop of
Max Lantin & Bro.
While it is unquestionably true that
itho only real styles for men come
from New York, yot it is not necessary
for the men of Globe to go or send to
New York to got absolutely fashion
Max Lantin k BrO. are showing tho
very latest models of Alfred Benjamin
& Co., the greatest tailors of New
York, tho creators of Now York styles.
k TIiO''garmcnts that Max-'Lnu'tin' and'
Bro. have on exhibition show in every
line, ever detail, the hand of the mas
Of courso tho patterns and colors, as
well as the cut, aro in the very latest
New York fashion, as the men who .se
lected the 'materials nro every bit as
much authorities in this line as the dc
signers arc In theirs.,
Their taste oawauthoritative.
, Some marked innovations are being
shown by Max Lantin & Bro. Among
them the Tiger vest, a new creation of
Alfred Benjamin & Co.,s.
This waistcoat was accepted imme
diately by tho club men of New York
and is nn exceptionally exclusive modol.
Tho stripes of tho material run diag
onally from tho shoulders to tho edge,
giving an effect altogether novel.
This vest is only ono of many hand
some garments which Max Lantin &
Bro. have on exhibition.
This is a show very much worth see
ing ns many havo found out for it
gives us an idea of what tho best
dressed men in tho world aro wearing.
Always uniform our
best product sold in lib.,'
-2 lb., 2 lb. and S-lb. cans.
Your grocer will grind It
better if ground at home not
SOLWICO flour is guaranteed to be
the very best. Your money back. if not
More Than Enough Is Too Much
To maintain health, a mature man of
woman noeds just enough food to repair
tho wast and supply energy and body
heat,. The habitual consumption of more
food than is necessary for theso pur
poses is tho prime, causa, of stomach
irbilblc?, rh"oumKtiHmnnd disorders of
the kidneys. If troubled with indiges
tion,, revise your. diet, let reason and not
appetite 'control and take a few doses
of Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablots nnd you will soon be. all right
again. For salo by all druggists.
CITY OF GLOBE
Ordinance No. 57.
AN ORDINANCE ESTABLISHING A
POUND IN THE CITY OF GLOBE,
PRESCRIBING RULES AND REG
ULATIONS FOR THE MANAGE
MENT THEREOF AND PROHIB
ITING THE RUNNING AT LARGE
OF ANIMALS IN 8AIDCITY AND
FOR OTHER PURPOSES.
Be it ordained by tho Mayor nnd Com
mon Council of the City of Globe.
That si city pound is hereby' created
and established upon tho property of
tJincitv 16ntil.in-RH!tion XI-fTriwrifchin
", North, RafIgo,15JEast, the said pound
to consist of the corrals, sheds nnd
buildings, property of the city now lo
cated on said land or hereafter to be
located thereon, and in said pound there
shall bo confined nnd kept in accordance
with tho provisions of this Ordinance
all animals found unlawfully at largo
within the limits of said city.
""Bo-it furth'or"or(lrflried that'thc.officc
of Pound AInstcr be, and tho samo is.
hereby, created under tho authority of
Article IV, Chapter IX, Title XI, of
the Revised Statutes, which Pound Mas
ter shnll bo chosen nnd selected and
his compensation fixed in such ' man
ner as the City Council may from timo
to : -e determine, nnd ho shall hold
F. oJico during the pleasure of the City
Council and may bo removed or sus
pended at any time unless otherwise
especially provided by ordinance or res
olution of the City Council, or by con
tract between himself and said City.
Said Pound Master shall be a special
police officer of said City, charged with
the execution of this ordinance.
SECTION III. i
It shall be tho duty of the Pound
Master to take nnd impound all animals
found unlawfully at large within the
limits of said City and to keep the
samo safely within said pound for the
length of time prescribed by this Or
dinance, and to sell or otherwise dispose
of the same as hereinafter, provided.
It shall be unlawful for any animal
to be at large, straying, wandering or
running loose nnd not in the charge or
in tho care or control of a competent
person in any of the. streets, alleys or
other public or vacant and uninclosed
grounds or lots in tho City of Globe,
except as hereinafter specially provided.
.It shall bo unlawful for any dog to
run at large.in nny of tho streets, alloys,
public orjOpcn grounds wjthin .the. City
of Olobo unless such dog shall have so-curel-fastencd
on a collar a duly num
bered license tag to be issued to the
owner or keeper of such dog by tho City
Clerk of the City of Globe as herein
It shall be unlawful for,any bitch or
female dog whiloin heat, or for any dog
of 'krio'wu vic'idusv"dlspositlon to run nt
large in any of tho streets, alleys, plaz.
as or public or open ground in the City
of Globe, whothcr such dog shall have
a license tag or not. .Dogs of known
vicious disposition shnll, when on tho
streets, bo securely chnmed, and in
chnrgo of somo ndult person. Dogs
such as arc described in this section
found nt large contrary to. its provisions
shnll be captured and impounded, nnd
unless redeemed and removed by the
owner within twenty-four hours, shall
bo killed as other unreedemed dogs.
Every person desiring to obtain a
dog license tag shall apply to tho City
Clerk of tho City of Globe for same,
and it shall bo tho duty of said City
Clerk, to furnish to every person so
nnnlving n tag upon request and upon
the 'payment by said person so applying
of the: sum of ono dollar for overy tag
for a male dog and three dollars for
overy tag for a female dog1 and the
Clerk shall keep a register of the nnmes
of tho persons so npplying, tho amount
paid, tho number of the tag issued and
tho sex, unmo and description of tho
doe for which snid tag is issued and
shall issuo to said person so applying
n receipt for the amount of money so
The Clerk shall provido himself with
proper receipt books containing receipts
numbered consecutively which receipts
Bhall 3)6 of two kinds nnd. shnll bo print
ed on difforent colored paper nnd snail
bo known as DOG TAX RECEIPTS
and REDEMPTION RECEIPTS. Tho
Dog Tix Receipts shall be issued in dup
licate, tho original to bo delivered to
thpperson paying, tho tax nnd the dup
licate to bo delivered to. thp chairman
of iho Financo Committco of tho Com
mon Council or to such other officer
as tho Council may from timo to timo
dosignnto or appoint by resolution or
order. Tho Redemption Receipts shall
bo issued to persons .desiring to redeem
an Impounded dog and shall bo issued
in triplicate, tho original und duplicate
t be delivered by tho Clerk to the per
sou paying tho tax and tho triplicate
to be dejivered by him to tho Chairman
"( tho Financo Committee or as may
bo directed by tho Council.
Any person who has paid for and re
ceived a license tag as horein, provided
nnd shall havo lost tho same shall be
entitled to rocoivo from tho Clerk n
duplicate license tag upon production
of his or her original reccjpt, or other
evidence of having paid such tar, and
satisfactory proof of tho loss of said
tag, and tho paymont to the Clerk -of
tho sum of twenty-five cents. Tho. clerk
shall issuo to such person a Dog Tax
or Redemption Receipt, as the caso may
be, across tho faco of the original and
duplicate or triplicate of which, and
across tho stub of .which shall to writ
ten in red in "Du pi lea to "5c", which
receipts shall bo dealt with as original
receipts issued hereunder.
It shall bo tho duty of tho Pound
Master within twenty-four hours after
taking up and impounding any animal
to mako a written report stating to
the city clerk the kind of animal
and describing it by color or otherwise
nnd by nny marks or brands that may
be on it nnd stating when it was taken
up nnd impounded nnd the name of
the owner of such nnimnl if known, and
it shall be tho duty of the Clerk to
forthwith notify any known owner by
postal card of the impounding of said
animal and of tho time within which
such owner Is required to redeem the
samo under the provisions of this Or
dinance, nnd he shall nlso post at
the door of his office a copy of said
Pound Master's Report for tho Informa
tion of tho public and of persons inter,
ested. All reports of the Pound Master
filed in tho. City Clerk's office shall be
kept, open for public inspection for the
pcridd of thirty days after the same
shall bo filed and the posted copies
thereof shall remain on the bulletin
board nt the door of the Clerk's office
ten days after posting.
It shall bo tho duty of tho Pound
Master to safely keep in the City
Pound nil nnimals impounded by him
nnd he shall supply tho same with suffi
cicnt quantity of water and food and
shnll treat' them in a h,umano manner
during the period of impounding which
period is hereby fixed as follows:
For all animals except dogs five days
unless sooner claimed and redeemed by
tho owner thereof, nnd all dogs, except
as otherwise specially provided, for
threo days unless sooner claimed and
redeemed by tho owner thereof in ftcj
coruancu mm inc provisions 01 mis
- , SECTIQN X.
At the expiration of the period of
impounding as above fixed if such im
pounded animal shall not have beon be
fore then claimed and redeemed by the
ow.nor thereof -it shall bo tho duty of
the Pound Master to sell at public auc
tion to the highest nnd best bjdder for
cash all such impounded nnimals ex
cept dogs, said sales to be made be
tween the hours of eleven A. M., and
three P. M.,, in front of the office of
tho City Marshal in the City of Globe
and tho Pound Master shall on each
sale-day post n notice in front of tho
Marshal's office describing tho animal
to bo sold as described in his report
to tho City Clerk, hereinabove provided
for, nnd stating tho hour within the
hours" above named at which said sale
will be made and giving the amount
of fees and charges due hereunder and
necessary to be paid for JJio redemp
tion of such animal, said notice to be
posted botween the hours of 9 and 10
At the expiration of the period of im
pounding of unredeemed dogs it shall-
bo tho duty of the Pound Master to
tnko said dogs from tho Pound to some
point on the City's ground in Section
35 aforesaid nnd there to kill the same
in ns humane n manner as is reason
ably possible and forthwith to bury
the same, the killing and buryirtg of
all dogs by tho Pound Master to bo un
dor tho supervision of the Sanitary
Officer of the Citv of Globe, said Sani
tary Officer to give to the Pound Master
a certificate of the number of dogs
killed and buried in accordance with
It shnll be tho duty of tho City Clerk
to provido himself with a book of re
ceipts to be known as Pound Receipts
and nny person desiring to redeem any
impounded animal shall apply to the
City Clerk at his offico during office
hours and shall pay to him the fees and
charges heroby fixed, which fees and
charges shall bo ascertained by refer
ence to tho report of the Pound Master
ns to time and tho Clerk shall thereupon
issuo to tho person paying such fees and
charges an original Pound Receipt and
a Duplicntc Pound Receipt shall bo
made out and executed by him and de
livered by him to tho Chairman of the
Finance Committee or as tho Council
may direct as hereinabove directed with
reforence to Dog Redemption Receipts.
The following fees and charges arc
hereby fixed for tho redemption of im
pounding animals, to-wit:
FIRST: ' For tho impounding of any
animal One Dollar.
.SECOND: For tho feeding nnd keep
ing of any horse or mule or of any cat
tle tho sum of Fifty Cents for each
twenty-four hours or fraction thereof.
THIRD: For tho feeding and keep
ing of nny burro, goat or.othor nnimal
not otherwiso especially provided for
herein, tho sum of twenty-five cents
for each twenty-four hours or fraction
FOURTH: For the feeding and keep
ing of each dog tho sum of Jen cents
for each twenty-four hours cr fraction
It shall bo -tho duty of tho Pound'
Master to deliver any impounded ani
mal to any person presenting and sur
rendering to him duplicate Redemption
Receipt nnd Pound Receipts showing"
the payment of licenso fees and charges
lawfully assessed against any impound
ed animal hereunder and .the Pound
Master shall on or before the last day
of each month present to tho City Clerk'.;
a duly verified report of all redemp
tion and Pound Receipts, nnd all certi
ficates of the Sanitary Officer with rof-
erenco to the kii.-bg and burying of
dogs, which vreport shall be submitted
by tho Clerk to tho Finance Commit
eeo of -the Council for- rmdit and npprov
al nnd for such action by the Council
as mny be proper under nny rule, regu-
lation or contract then existing between1
the City of Globo nnd tho Pound Mas'
Any person who shall knowingly or
wilfully permit or suffer any animal to.
run at largo contrary to the provisions, .
of this Ordlnanco shall be deemed
guilty of a misdemeanor, and upon con-k
viotion shall be punished by a fine not,,,
exceeding Fifty Dollars, or by impris-'
onmcntjiot exceeding thirty days, or iry "
both such fine and imprisonment.
Any person obstructing or opposing
tho Pound Master, or any police officer, '
of the City of Globe in the execution .,.
of this Ordinance, or in tko perform
ance of any duty hereunder, shall bo
deemed guilty of a misdemeanor nnd
upon conviction shall be punished by.,
a fine not exceeding threo hundred dol- ';
larsj or by imprisonment not exceed-1
ing threo monthB, or by both such fine,,
and imprisonment in the discretion of
Ordinance No.- 8 nnd Ordinance No. 10
of the ordinances of the City of Globe,
and all ordinances and parts of, or
dinances in conflict with the provisions ,
of this ordinance arc hereby repealed. '
This Ordinance shall take effect from
and after its passage and ndoption. ';"
Passed and adopted October 8th, 1M8.
Approved: ALFRED KINNEY,
Attest: JAS. H. WELCH il
' City Clerk.
First reading Oct, 1, 1908. ;;
Second reading Oct. 8, 1908.
Third reading Oct. 8, 1908.
First published Oct. 11, 1908.
CITY OF GLOBE
WHEREAS n petition s:gned by
William Ross and twenty other residents
of Push street in the City of Globe has
been presentod to this Council praying
that the name of said street be changed
to Bailey Street, which petition has
been favorably considered and granted
bv this Council.
NOW, THEREFORE, Be it resolved
that the Street running Easterly nnd
Westerly in Globo Townsito nnd known
and designated as Push Street, nnd so
delineated, marked and named on tho
maps of the City of Globe aud Globe
TownsiW, bo and the same is hereby
changed to Bailey Street, nnd said
Street shall from and after the date
of this resolution be known and desig
nated as Bailey Stret on all maps of
Globo Townsite and the City of Globe,
and upon the guide boards posted nt the
intersection of said street with the
streets of the City of Globe running
Northerly and Southerly.
Approved: ALFRED KINNEY,
Attest: JAS. H. WELCH,
First published October 8, 1908.
Tho duplicate assessment roll of the
County of Gila, Territory of Arizona,
for the year 1908, is now in my posses
sion and will be open for the .collection
of the taxes levied from 9 a. rn. nntil 5
p. m. daily.
Taxes will bo delinquent on tho third
Monday (21st) of December next there
after and unless paid on that day or
prior thereto, five per cent will be added
to the amount thereof as penalty.
D. R. WILLIAMSON.
County Treasurer and (ExOfficio Tax
Dato.d September 21,' 190S.
NOTICE TO LAND CLAIMANTS IN
EAST GLOBE TOWNSITE, GILA
The survey and map of past Globo
Townsite having been duly submitted
to and approved by the Board of Super
visors of Gila County, Arizona Terri
tory, and recorded in the office of the
County Recorder as required by law;
Notice is hereby given of the com
pletitlon of the entry of the Jand cm
braced within said townsito and overy
claimant of any lot or lots therein in
order to obtain title thereto is required
to file n statement of claim to said 'lot,
or lots in tho office of the Probate Judged
on or. bofore the 14th day of October,
Witness my hand this 15th da-y of
July, 1908. P. C. ROBERTSON,
Probato Judgo and, Trustee for East
First publication July 1C, 1908.
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