(A)   It shall be unlawful for any person to throw, place, or deposit in or on any street, alley, gutter, porch, yard, lot, or common within the limits of the town any handbill, advertisement, circular, or other paper or to tack or fasten any number of handbills, advertisements, circulars, or other papers to any pole, post, fence, building, or other object on the outside of any building or house.
   (B)   Any person licensed to circulate or distribute handbills, advertisements, or other papers among the inhabitants of the town shall so circulate, distribute, place, and deposit them in stores, houses, or buildings in such manner that they are not blown and scattered over and on the streets, gutters, alleys, lots, yards, and commons of the town.
   (C)   This section does not prevent the posting of legal notices required by law to be posted in public places nor the posting up of ordinary show bills and notices of amusement where these are securely posted or fastened in single sheets to billboards or other permanent objects.
(1963 Code, Ch. 5, § 7)  (Ord. 110-1911, passed 2-6-1911)  Penalty, see § 130.99