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I Vol.. VIII.
.M AKSII A Aj, SAMN'K COUNTY, MISSOlJlM, .IPNK -J:i. 1MJ.
II. Y. P- U. Convention.
The i K 1 1 1 1 1 nntir.nl convention of the Haptist
Young Peoples Union was held in Slater this
Week, opening Tucvlay and continuing
through Tlmr lay. The meetings were licltl
in (lie ll.iptiilwliitrclii the first evening session
being opened with devotional nervier, led by
Rev. Puller, of Sedalla, mid presided oer by
President W. J. Williamson, of Kansas City.
Hy lltttks welcomed (lie visitors in licb.itl of
(.he city, and it talk wis iiIvi made by Rvc.
l'.irlis along this line. The tcsionsc tu these
addresses was made by Rev. Camplwll, of
Kansas City, the following exercises conclud
inn the evening program:
Address, "Christianity in the b'irst Century
-Illustrated by Paul" Dr. J. S. Kirtley.
Solo- 'There is Rest for the Weary" Mm.
Address Christianity of the Twentieth
Century. - Dr. J. C. Armstrong.
Wednesday morning's session wis devoted
to llie elect ion of officers and discussion of the
tepirt of board of managers, while the after
n hi mid rvcnlng meetings wtle pied in
devotional exercises and addresses of sncikers
fiom different parts of the slate.
The Staler Index, in .in excellent account of
the meeting, made attractive by half tones of
piominent delegates, st.itts that Marsiiall is
well icpresented and tlt.it I Ifliimlt.it is endeav
oring tocntch the next convention
Rev. J. I'. Kemper has ht-en elected ptesl-
tent for the ensiling ycai and Com I'. Slorts
ST, SAVIOKS ACADEMY.
Tl..- commencement exercises of St. Su-ior'a
IAcni'eniy took place at the Convent Hall on
Wednesday evening, Juue Jiot, attended by n
large and appreciative ntidienev. An inslru
'mental selection by Misses Nannie I'nrrell,
rAtigel.i OrnVny. Mamie Allrnbiirg, Ode and
(Idle Hint and Alverln I'erwas luutifiilly
fl cndieu mid showed cIoh- applicnt'o'i lit their
iivork .lie past year. Th- essay bv Miss Nora
''Mnlolic) on "The tui.icrfut enr of ijH"
.mid the valedictory by Miss NVU Kennedy
u Sunshine of the Hentt," ..uiue special
mention sbowiiii! wonderful thoiiL'ht on Ihu
apan oi noiii young mines.
The mcdnls awarded wcie for llible to Miss
'ellie Ken.iedy presented to her by Miss Nora
iMaloney; for Christian Doctrine, to Miss
ll'rnucc Wat m: for Dilligcuce. MUw Cora
Criffith; for Music to Miss Nannie I'nrrell; for
ll'oilU'i.iss to Miss- Minnie Gill: for Attendance
to Miss II nine.
The address by Rev. J. T. Walsh, of Kansas
City on "Higher IMucation" was a special
feature of the evening. The following is the
excellent program that was c.iriicd out in its
Salutatory --Miss K. Allenbnrg.
Ttio-Vatsc Spencer Misses Mary llran
decker, (tussle Koscnhan and Mary McUinui.
Crowns for Superior Literary Merit, award
ed to Misses Nora Malonei and Nellie Ken
nedy. "Tlie Merry liondolier:" Cliortis I'ianist,
Miss Nellie Kennedy.
American (tlrl. (March). Knnkel Misses
Alice Kyan, Nellie Rose, Alberta Oscr and
liss.iy: "The Wonderful Year of Hlglilicn
Hltndreil and Ninety-eiglit." Miss Norn
1'atriolic March and songs. Juniors ami
Minims. Pinnist. Miss Ocie Hurl.
Instrumental Trio Driimlii'lter Misses
Nannie I'nrrell, Angela Ordwny. Mainle Al
leiibmg. Ocie Hint, I'die Hint nnd Alberta
l'nlry Hell Drill.
Overture: "Masnuiello'' Misses Nellie
Rose, Nellie KcnucUv. Alice Kjnii and Mamie
"Siinimer Again": Chorus I'miilst, Miss
Cradiming meduls awarded to Misses Nellie
Kenned) and Nom Mnlouuy.
Kv-ay and Valedictory, "Sunahiiie of the
Hentt"NI Nellie Kennedy.
Distribution of Prize lor llible, ChtiMinn
Ducttiuu, Diligence. Music, Politeness nnd At
teiidanre. Address: Rev. J. T. Wnh.
Cold inelals presciiteil by Kev. I). M. Cos
tellne, Mnisliall, Mo. Dev. J. J, llojjan.
.Shackelford. Mo.: Mr. T. Mayer. Marahall.
Mo . Mr. W. Prior, Muislmll, Mo.
New Telephone Company.
The Saline County Telephone Company was
iucorpomtcd under the laws of Missouri in the
office of the secietary of slate on June ifith
and a copy of the articles of association or
ngrciiucnt filed tu the Record. r's office of this
county the following day.
Tin. tulncss of the corjKirntlou will be trans
acted nt Marshall: incorporated for n teim of
fifty yenra, the purposes of the association nte
"the coiiKttuctiuu, nu'iu-isliip, njierntlnn ami
lUMiuteiiauce of a telephone .system iu the o'.ics
of Marshall and Slater and iu such other towns
nnd cities in the state of Missouri, witli such
extensions and connections) of Mich telephone
system to and between any such towns
mid cities In said State, and to and be
tween country residences and such towns or
cities, ns may be determined by said Com
pany." Tile boatd of directors for the first year nre
A. A- Wallace, R. I'.. lInllow.iy. W. A. Ilealtv,
I!. It. Mitchell, A. K. Huston, J. I-'. Kubaiik
and James Coone.v.
The capital flock is fJj.ooo, divided into
j,V shares of tioo each, one half of nhlch has
been paid into the lloaid of Diteclots.
Tlie shareholders and number of sh.ltes inch
ale as follows:
A A Wallace. Marshall rio
J S Klliott, HoouUllc 5
A K Huston, Marshall ,jo
T W Lacy. "
J W Carter. " ,?i
I' M Cooper, " s
W II Colveil, ' i
Joseph llamil. " i
(". S Haidin, ' i
James Coouey, " 5
TCUiilney, " 2
C 0. Page, " ,
A Leonard, " 1
.Mnrtiu Gnuldin ' 5
W A Hentty " ',
W C Cower ' 1
WS Huston " to
J P Huston " 10
! II Mitchell " ., s
I! H Iloll.may " ...5
T II Harvey " . , f
J T ISiih.ink, Slater. . JO
II C. McNeill, " ,4
0 I! (' Sharp Marshall .... j
W lf .Shatp "... ; 5
C A Muirell , t
Win IS.iuunu " .
A J Trigg "
A Olson "... . . . 2
J VanDyke " .. . r
J M Hufl " .. t
I. W Scott " .2
C I. Hell " .... 2
C M llitckner ." . . , m 2
A Hupp " ... 2
II C Allen " . , . . t
Delimit Striker " .. .1
J M Ds'iiuy, Jr. ' .... t
O Cochran " 1
Head Tim Marshall Kcpnbltenu,