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W. C. T. U. From the Mail. The masquerade ball give at the Opera Mouse New Years eve under the auspices ot the G. I. A. to the B. of L. E. was largely attended and was one of the most successful affairs of its kind ever given in Winslow. Promptly at nine o'clock the grand march was started led by thekingand queen, Mr. John Wil liams and Miss Florence Von Mar ter. Among the maskers could be found many , strange charact ers all of which were well carried out. J. Stuart Christal carried away the honors for the most unique gentleman's character, which for the best costumed Mr. J. E. Buger proved victor. Mrs. Nat High and Johnny Duffy re ceived honorable mention, pro trayirig the part ot a negro bri dal couple. Masks were re moved about eleven o'clock. A bountiful repast was severed at midnight, after which dancing continued uutil the wee small hours. Late last Saturday night while decending the grade west of Supai three cars in an extra freight train were derailed resulting in traffic being tied up for about six hours and necessitating the assistance of the Winslow derrick and wrecking outfit to clear the track. Brakeman J. H. Bennett, who was riding one of the de railed cars, was thrown violently to the ground suffering the frac ture of his left ankle as well as being somewhat badly bruised. Mr. Bennett was attended by the company surgeon at Williams and put aboard No. 8 being taken to the company hospital at Albuquerque. Latest reports from the hospital report Mr. Bennett getting along as well as could be expected. At a meeting of the Board of Supervisors held at Molbrook last Monday the following ap pointments were made: County Physician, Dr. Geo. P. Sampson, of Winslow; Assessor, W. L. Jones, of Taylor, Deputy Asses sor, Wm. A. Parr, of Winslow. Mrs. Lucretia E. Owens, of Woodruff, is spending a few days in Winslow undergoing medical attention. Mrs. Owens is ac companicd by her granddaugh ter, Miss May Gardner. Quite a number of Winslow's elite have arranged to visit Al buquerque Saturday to attend the grand opera preformance given there by the world-famous Nordica. ... Hugh Campbell, well known throughout the territory as a prominent sheep and cattle rai ser, was a Winslow visitor Wednesday. The W. C. T. U. held an inter esting and well attended business meeting in the Methodist church on Thursday afternoon. Several matters of importance were discussed. It was decided to hold an' evening meeting, Feb. 18th. and invite the honorary members and the husbands of the members. A petition was circu lated asking that the coming legislative body amend the pres ent local option law, by striking ojt two-thirds. The next meeting will be held Jan. 21, and will be in charge of Mrs. Dunklin. It will be a Mother's Meeting. Every mother in Winslow is invited to be pres ent. i The following is the program of meetings for the year. Jan. 7 Business Meeting. Jan. 21 Mother's Meeting, Mrs. Dunklin. Feb. 4 Scientific' Temperance In struction, Mrs. Wright. Feb. 18 Parliamentary Meeting, Mrs. Day. Mar. 4 Evangelistic Meeting, Mrs. White. Mar. 18 Sunday School Work, Miss Livers. Apr. 1 Medical Temperance, Mrs. Hathaway. Apr. 15 Influencing the Press, Mrs. Wright. May 6 Temperance Literature, Mrs. Hoxie. May 20 Work Among the R. R Employees, Mrs. Pearson. June 3 White Ribbon Recruits, Mrs. Dunklin, Mrs. Swank. June 17 Flower Mission, Mrs. Olson. July 1 Patriotic Meeting. July 15 Anti-Narcotics, Mrs. Vaughan. Aug. 5 Marriage and Divorce. Aug. 19 Business Meeting. Sept. 2 Annual Meeting. James Grunsfeld, representing Ilfeld Spitz Dry Goods Co., of Albuquerque, N. M., wasintown Saturday on business connected with his house. Clarence E. Owens and wife, of Snowflake, are in Winslow secur ing medical attention for their young daughter. Mrs. C. L. Hathaway returned last Sunday from an extended visit-with her relatives in Iowa. Joe and Will Daze left on No. 7 Sunday returning to Los Angeles where they are attending school. Wm. Morgan, Councilman elect, was a Winslow visitor the early part of the week. ' Miss Ruth Byrd is now in the postoffice assisting Miss ' Ma: honey. HOLBROOK DRUG GO. Full Line of Drugs, Patent Medicines, Fruit in Seasons, Fine Wines and Liquors, Cigars arjd Tobaccos, Toilet Articles and Confectionery, Full Line of the Latest Magazines :"' : Holbrook, Arizona. ... THEE . . . Navajo County Bank (incorporated) Winslow, Arizona. Capital Stock Paid in $25,000, Surplus and Undivided Profits $13,200. Deposits $180,000. DEPOSITORY FOR TERRITORIAL & NAVAJO COUNTY FUNDS OFFICERS: VV. H. BURBAGE, President P. W. NELSON, Vice-President and Cashier O. B. SUTTON, Assistant Cashier DIRECTORS; W. II. BURBAGE F. W. 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