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From the Mail. , Owing to the recent changes Conductors P. D. Wright, R. C. Roy and E. A; Wing are now as signed to passenger service .be tween Winslow and Needles. Conductor A. Bird has charge of the Winslow-Flagstaff local run relieving Wright, and Conductor Plumb is handling the Williams to Seligman local .taking the place of Roy. ' " " Mrs. George N. Bond of Chica go, who Was a resident of Wins low fou. teen years ago, was a passenger on train No. 1 Tues day morning enroute to Mon terey, California. She was ac companied by her daughter Isa bel, and they were met by her husband's brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Charles N. Bond. Oscar Sellsted and wife left for La Junta, Colo , on No. 8, Sun day having been called home due to the serious illness of Mrs. Sell stead's father. They were ac companied by Operator E L. Huff, who is a brother of Mrs. Sellstead. W. E. Marler, recently of El Paso, Texas, arrived in Winslow Monday and has accepted a po sition as prescription clerk with the drug firm "of A'.' E. ' Gillai d & Co. W. F. Buck, mechanical super intendent, and VV. E. Hodges, general purchasing agent for the Santa Fe, were passengers on No. 1 Wednesday bound for the coast. . Superintendent Gibson made a trip over the Belen cut off Sun day inspecting the new track in cident to the early operation of trains on that route. W. A. Davis, Water inspector for the Santa Fe, was an out bound passenger on No. 1 Tues day making a trip over the terri tory under his charge. W. J. Rickman, the famous tank builder of the Santa Fe, visited Winslow Tuesday in con nection with the work now be ing done at Clear Creek. . Stuart Christal visited Ada mana during the past week doing some painting and decoratingon the store of the Malpais Ranch and Trading Co. ' C.-T. Rhoads,' travelling audi tor for the Santa Fe, paid the lo cal station a visit Monday , and found everything in first class shape. , .. ; J. T'. Jacobson, Harvey House Superintendent for the Coast Lines, was a Winslow visitor during the early part of the week. Conductor M. N. Thompson, wife and children, returned Sun day from San Diego where they have been visiting with relatives. Mrs. J. W. Burke, accompanied by her children, were passengers for Los Angeles Tuesday where the children will attend school. F. M. Zuck and C. H. Brownell, prominent Masons of Holbrook, attended the' installation here last Saturday night. Superintendent Gibson left for Los Angeles Thursday to take part in a conference of Coast Line officials. Bud Howell visited Navajodur ing the week past looking after his cattle interests in that vicini ty. .. Mrs. W. B. Woods and Mr3. Thorwald Larson, of Holbrook, were in Winslow this week shopping- Mrs. Joe Seeger and Mrs. E. C. Ed wa rds were passengers for Los Angeles Wednesday where they go to visit with relatives. Miss Ruth Tibbitts, one of the Santa Fe operators at Bellemont, was a Winslow visitor last week. A M.,Boyer, the contractor of Holbrook, was a Winslow caller this week. HOLBROOK DRUG CO. Full Line of Drugs, Patent Medicines, fruit in Seasons, : Fine Wines, and. Liquors, Cigars arjd Tobaccos, Toilet Articles and Confectionery, pull Line of the Latest Magazines : Holbrook, Arizona. . .C.H., Brownell, Santa Feagent at Holbrook, visited Winslow Monday. C. Hess Jr. and wife, of Hol brook, were in Winslow Satur day. Xrwfrt nmiilKupn iixto TVMn1 Ant Is&l CI LM V 1 1 33 VV C13 111 H niaiuw a few days this week on business. I . i Applications for Grazing Permits. ... THE ... Navajo County Bank (incorporated) Winslow, Arizona. Capital Stock Paid in $25,000. Surplus and Undivided Profits $13,200, Deposits I80,000. 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