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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Professional world. — 1 November 1901

p A?tjf'-k...;.'., 1 ( ;l;fiO PetYiar In An vane. - Friday;4 November 1, lfiol.' s .Vo , i . .n. 1. 4 TINCOLN INSTITUTE V ! the Best Supported mid Beat Equipped Institution ' of Its . a . If , . iviDU . toi or we Mississippi " : - , ' River. -'.- !-v ... . " 'V r. Lineoln Institute, -our .'State ' Normal at JeflVrron City opened - this year under very unfavorable circumctances. . ' . A . At tin" regular meeting of the ''Beard of Urgent in..luae last Prof. I. E. Page of Laugstou, Oklahoma. . wan ...eleeteJjo the - presidency ef the institution, but tendored hie resignation to - the Board a few weeks bsfoie the time for opening of sci.ee). Prof L-ll&s-liauufl who had JbeendroppeTT from' the Faculty at . ITS PSYCHOLOGY. Way the Riacty.Iight Ctot Birgiia U .. , ' Suck a bacctt. v 'Th'rc is a turiou hit of pvehol ogy in the liahit merchant.' ImVr of suiting pjitcv"' -iiid a gcrsilcniinu ho kwp u ii e on cut rafi,uar.nlin to the Xcw OrliHtis Tiini-Dt'm.K raL, -andiU fun inl in i.l... ...

Publication Title: Professional World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Professional world. — 1 November 1901

it mk COU MlUA," , - r f- MigsOt-Bt -On hl lonff trip eootwanl from the Pacific. Copt, dark, of the Oregon, inked not lo ins fiilnnirlod ..mith in structions, Ixvauite he felt, .iibl to fitfht the entire Spiuilnh fleet. The Bpnnish admiral avoided the Oregon y nn uncertain proportion. , Enplnnd him jrlven order for the Dnildinfr of n new biittlchl, to be the largest niul most powerful, in the world. It would M--m, to tho cwoihI sbserver, that Oreiit llritalit would T better at present concentrate ber re- urc'e upon cloidnif up the lloer wur. An archaeologist expresses the- 1e iff that "the aerfient wound" In Ohio kui constructed by the ancients to liinlfy to nil irenerations that the '(unlcn'of "Kdra-iWan-loentetl lit-the liuckcje Mtate. It would be diflleuH to convince the nvcriiKe Ohionii that ny monument wus necessary to Ket tle the fact. '.'. , " - i .jui- .The way in which the work on the World's fair of 1003 In beiiiir pushed oiirht to convince the skeptici". if there are any ...

Publication Title: Professional World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Professional world. — 1 November 1901

BATHROOM PORTIERE. STEEL OF MANY KINDS. WnterlnU Thnt Are Effect It nad I'ae fnl In Working; Out the Deilgn Given Herewith. A bathroom portiere should be of t material that will not spoil if splashed with water. Linen is very suitable, es pecially the heavier makes, and any of the rough kinds of oatmeal cloth, frieze or serge could also be used. A most effective working of the design given herewith may be carried out' in the following way: Choose a heavy linen huckaback for the material, and darn the entire design in shades of sea green Harris thread. Thread is pre ferable to crewel, because, though there is nothing to equal crewel for bold, effective workings, it is not suit able in this instance, as it will shrink if wet. It may be safely vsed on frieze or serge, or any woolen mnteiial, as then the whole thing will be equally affected by the damp and hot steam of the bath. If the entire design is darned, be sure that the darning all runs one way, as it never looks so well if done ...

Publication Title: Professional World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Professional world. — 1 November 1901

MTFUS L. LOOAN, B. 8. D.,. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTIONS: ; One Year In Advance... $1.60 j Six Months In Advance 1 0 ! Advertising Bates On Applioa'ion- .' We solicit the support of i all our friendt . Let us have your subscription at once. Prof J. P. Washington U teaching a very succeseinl at Brown's Station. Dr. J.E. Perry contributes an article to The Profis sional World next week. Prof. G. N. Gresham and Prof.J. Silas Harris of Kansas City are among our first sub scribers. If we are to have a negro world's fair commission let it be composed of men of energy and push who will get up a creditable exhibit. The columns of the Pro fessional World will be opea to all for the discussion of all subjects pertaining t ) the education and elevation of the negro. The Professional Would will doubtless come as a sur prise to our many friends, nevertheless we hope it w 11 be made a welcome visito- s and will receive an invitati n to come every week. We most highly appreciate the courtesies exteneed u...

Publication Title: Professional World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Professional world. — 8 November 1901

3 J A, $1.50 Ter Year (In Advance. Friday, November 8, 1901. Vol. I. No." 2 J I ' I i. THE I J I;. PROFESSIONAL WORLD iS I i obt vein on one wit oth obtain! on fff one I THE NEGRO DOCTOR. His Professional Wc rk and Progress. f Written for the Professional World bv dr. j. .) perry. In the devl pment of he industrial retirees of a country, agi icujtrr,al,me ban ical. etc. , pionprrs arressm- tial'y necessary and are gen- e ally the the in JvHuals vih e dive untold hardships and p iyrtions The' same i tun of i hose who are primitive in th( develop nont of the intel- tnai mcu ue o a race or ti nboth literary and outlin ( - , thrust upon case nf s ed ori Th1 honof-8 goods , , , ,( tich noble characters a these rdn anlly compensate f or the ' lacrifice mairle. The pioneers fof the Wro doctor are now in full resiliza' ion of the re- Bult of tVieir efforts. He is no loncer an experiment no longer to be embarrassed by vile criticisms and expr esio- of ii. n-co fidence i hi pro- fei nal a qui...

Publication Title: Professional World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Professional world. — 8 November 1901

CUESTS FLEE FOR LIVES THE PHOENIX HOTEL IN CHAR LOTTE, MICH., BURNS. Sevral Narrow Escapes from Death are Reported, but No Loss of Life Occurs Two Women Taken from Third Story on Ladder Episcopal School for Boys Near Denver in Ashes. The Phoenix hotel, the largest in Charlotte, Mich., was burned Monday night, and several guests had nar row escapes. Mrs. Bearsley of St. oseph, Mich., and Mrs. James Metcalf, of Syracuse, New York, were carried out of the third story on a ladder. A. W. Brokins of Ionia, was taken out uncon scious, but may recover. The loss is $10,000, partly insured. Military Academy Burns. The Jarvis Hall Military academy at Mont Clair, eight miles from Denver, a school for boys, maintained by the episcopal church of Colorado, burn ed Monday night. The loss is $75, 000, and the insurance $40,000. The library of Canon Rogers, rector of the academy, one of the finest in the West, was partially destroyed. Big Blaze in Louisiana. Fire destroyed five blocks of the main bus...

Publication Title: Professional World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Professional world. — 8 November 1901

(Copyright, 1901. by J. Rockford, la. 8. Trigg.) 'Correspondence Solicited. Georgia Is coming to be the great peach producing state of the Union. An October fly Is more annoying and ' persistent than a candidate for office. If one ear of corn welgnlng 16 ounces le produced on each hill, a yield of nearly 50 bushels to the acre will be se cured. If a willow tree is allowed to grow within 30 feet of a tile drain, it will soon fill the tile with fibrous roots and render it worthless. We would not plant the Wallbrldge apple. It is very slow In coming Into bearing,, and when It does white tur nips are more easily raised. Strange as It may seem, the state of Mississippi is taking as a state more active measures in the line of road T9 form than any other state in the Union. '"' The Wealthy apple is today the lead ing standard apple for Minnesota, the north half of Iowa an such parts of the Dakotas as are ac apted to fruit culture. Broom corn market is freaky this year, the price of the bru...

Publication Title: Professional World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Professional world. — 8 November 1901

Tfic Projewioimf VWfa TT I I.OUAN, B. 9. I).,. .Kditor I KltMK OF MJBSCRIPI INS: 11... v n.. . r umhiui r.n vn- ill an tii lie .. . Si'x Months In Advance 1 00 ADVERTISING RA'IES ON APPLI CATI0. I JOB VVOBK OP ALL KINDS SOLIC ITED. Triflles kill more pood men and women than do calamities. To the right ambition there is a sky full of horizon. stars but no Hon W. T. Carrington has made an excellent official he will doubtless be renominated without opposition. Ex-Queen Lil is to visit President Rossevelt, and of course will be entertained at the White House which means more squerming for the south ern newspapers. All matter for publication must reach us not later than Wednesday; except special news from correspondents which may be received as late ' as Thursday morning. The election of Seth Lovv as mayor of New York last Tuesday certainly speaks well for the citizens of the metrop olis. The talented ex-college President will doubtless give the city a clean busines ad- ( ministration wh...

Publication Title: Professional World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Professional world. — 15 November 1901

the professional world $1.50 Per Year In Advance. Friday, November 15, lftOl. Vo!. I. :$. THE NEED OF EDUCATION BY REV. J. P. PARSONS. The term education 18 one of the most important in the English laneruagre. Ii deed there is no other in w hich man ift so deeply concerned. (1) It may be taken for ''Instruction": formation of manner8,"as Webster um'S it (2) It maybe taken for ed velopment of the powers of the mind for usefulness. How great is its value? It is inestiable- The human beinar enters life as a buntle of possib'lities and is the most helples of all God's creation without a knowlege of of his greater need. He must be clothed fed and educated. These are the elmements that knit him to society,andthe latter of which prepars him for a useful life. His usefulness depends up on his ability to do. and his ability to do depends npon his education. Therefore to be useful he must be educated. 11 men need education.. It may be truthfully said of the Negro, that, he h;is never been suf...

Publication Title: Professional World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Professional world. — 15 November 1901

RTFl'S I LOGAN. U.S. 1 Kilitor MEHMKOF M'Ht-t lMP INS: On" Year In Ai'vh' SIX Month In A 1 1 V ir . I ADVK'tTISlXU I!'. KS On I' A MO . JOB VVOIIK OK t I.I, KIN S .MM , I I Ki '. DIET OF CRUSTACEANS. Hw Moo key Hunt (or In'U Crubs In Jungle. "Most monkeys have a liking for land crabs, and the boasts wh-n In their natural element in tbo jun;,le will often travol for miles to to uo . marshy region in search oi a irusi-j.-cean meal," said a dealer in t.li so. is . of wild animals to a Washington Star writer. "Some years ago, when I was j In Singapore trading with the natives for monkeys, I was one day r. aily j amused to see the artful methods . nrArttlred hv lorko to trnn crabs. The monkey, having located th? where- j abouts of the crabs, lies flat down ou j his gtomach, feigning death. I'r. scnt Ijr from the countless passnsjas r'.orc Ing the mud In every direct. on thou sands of little red and yeii;v crabs make their appearance, and after sus piclously eyeing for a few miual s ilia ...

Publication Title: Professional World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Professional world. — 15 November 1901

I VINES IN HOMES. Feenat Plant lUnke n Prrttjr Uinant for tlie llouilnlr. Few persons mo, perhaps, nware, that a tli iiis of beamy is a common peanut phir.t, growing sin ,iy l:i a six or eight-inch pot and grown I. dao.s (luring the colder month.-;. 1 cpl in a warm room or l)y the kitchen Move a peanut kernel panted in a pot of lose ir:'.'.-:,v knia, Kept only model ale Jy n. . t, will soon gerniina.o and grow up into a beautiful paint. It la In a similar way that the peanut pi int era test their seeds every year, bug in ning even early in tha winter, n-.d the facility with whicli the seeds will grow in this way has suggested to many southern Ilower lovers the pos Bibillty of making the useful plant an ornamental plant for the parlor or fit ting room wlmiow. As the piaut in creases in size and extends its branch es over the sides of the pot in a pen dant nianer, there are few plants of more lntriusic beauty. The curious habit of the compound lejvcs of clos ing together like the leav...

Publication Title: Professional World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Professional world. — 15 November 1901

Kt-FUH L. KORAN. B.K. O.,.. Kditor TEKMrtOF SUBSCltll'i INS: One Year In Advance $1 50 Six Months In Advance 1 00 ADVERTISING RATES ON APPLl CATlOi. JOB WORK OF ILL KINDS SOLICITED. Doubting yourself is a very strong argument but, having confidence is what does the work. Dr. J. H. Garnettand Prof. J. H. Bias of Lincoln Institute will rea.d The Professional World the coming year. A copy of the Richmond Plaindealer has reached our desk, it is a newsy little semi monthly and edited by Wm. Jacobs. May it live long. Our thanks are due Prof. A. L. Reynolds of Lincoln Institute for subscription to The Professional World and words of encouragement. The State Teachers associ tion will meet in Kansas City during the holidays. One fare rate has been obtained over all railroads and a large attendance is expected. In another column is found an interesting and pointed article on Education by Rev J. B. Parsons.' Rev. Parsous is the leading Divine of the colored Christian church of Missouri. If the...

Publication Title: Professional World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Professional world. — 22 November 1901

the professional world $1.50 Per Year In Advance., Friday, November 22, 1901. Vol. I. 4. SOCIAL INFLUENCES OF THE CHURCH. By Ret. 3. Ablinotom Gbakt. It has become a trite saying that christians live below their privleges ; not less true is it that the church fails to use its opportunities. In many places this is the most potent factor, in country more than in city, it is the centre of thought, and social activity. The sermon, the Sunday School, the various young people's organizations are the living themes of spec ial interest and the c hief topic of conversation. This fact alone throws great responsibility on the church for the charocter of the i-oci-ety and the life of the com munity to which the influence extends. Its power of giving direc tion to thought and action it beyond estimation. Again, the church does not appreciate power and does not exeit its whole influence in the spheres not purely, but nevertheless deeply affect spiritual life. How much the church de pends on educa...

Publication Title: Professional World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Professional world. — 22 November 1901

ICE FRO-! NORWAY. All Furr-po I Supplied from the Srnnrtl- i nnvlati lenlnuln. We have nlT heard about Greenland':, i ley mountains, but Norway's are a j trifle less familiar to us by name, de spite the tact that they are of fai more practic.nl service to us, for ir sutrr.ior and winter we draw our Ic uppiie from the mountain lnlces o' that country. The lakes of crystal clear water are high up in the moun- tains and are surrounded by counties; pine trees that grow to a great lie'gh Europe's ic supply from those source is controlled by syndicates. The let Which Is consi-lsred by experts to b the finest in the world. Is cut up Ink huge, square-shaped 1. limits by mean: of plows constructed for the purpose Tbes" blocV.s are sent down the moun tain side on huge s'ldes. Owing i" their great length the ice often ac quires an amazing velocity ere 1 reaches the inclosed pool, outside which the bulky ice ships ride at an chor awaiting their cool cargoes. It; spite of these arrangements it so...

Publication Title: Professional World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Professional world. — 22 November 1901

wttlTES SWEET SONGS LOUISE CHANDLER MOULTON'S GREAT FAME. To Other American Woman Ha At tained Such a High L.egroe of Inter actional SooeeM Wm a Child of -Con-Mtleab Every reader of the best magazine and every lover of real poetry must be familiar with the name of Louise Chan dler Moulton, a Boston writer who has won for herself a high place in Ameri can literature. Although it Is as po&t that Mrs. Moulton has won the highest distinction, her prose writings have had many admirers, her letters of travel being particularly good. Mrs. Moulton is of eastern birth, having been born in Promfret, Conn., in 183S Hers was a home in which the theolo gy and traditions of the Puritans sur vived, and her childhood was not like the childhood of the children of today. Some very Innocent amusements were strictly prohibited and her childish companions were few. Happily for her one had a highly Imaginative na ture that helped her to people her lit tle world with agreeable companions and she was n...

Publication Title: Professional World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Professional world. — 22 November 1901

1 ! 1 rt'T l I.. LOGAN. B. 8. D .... Kditor TF.MHOF 8UBSCRIPTIN8: Oiip Near In Advance $1.50 Six Months n Advance 1.00 ADVUHTlStNO KATES ON APPLI CATION . "n W ORK OP t I.L KINDS SOLIC ITED. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. The people of Columbia will be standing in their own light if they do not raise the Chris tian college fnnd. The undertakers of Cincin naUi have formed a trust and doubtless they will boycot all their freinds who persist in remaning alive. Sometimes those fill the pupil take the advantage of their positions to say things that they would not say under other conditions. Sermons should be drawn from text taken from the bible and not from local newspaper articles with refernce to ones private home affairs. The dinner given Booker T "Washington by President Roosevel is by no means the first - time the great Negro leader was given distriction in such a manner. During his travels abroad he was entertained by Queen Victoria, a guest at a dinner given in Paris at which Am bassador...

Publication Title: Professional World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Professional world. — 29 November 1901

the professional world $1.50 Per Year In Advance. Fiiday, November Ly. lfOl. Vol. I. No. 5. HOW AMERICA WAS FIRST PEOPLED It requires no little amount of thought, no litttle amount ' of historical knowlege, for an indivdual to explain to the en lightened readers of this 20th century how Ameiica really . .vvas first peopled? I has agitated the mind writer io greatly that we hav given it close ' confederation, and we .have consu'tcd various auhor- ites. We find that theee authority i differ to some extent at d in their difference have for an augument with no little fondation as a basis. They however, all agree that the Norsmc n visited thiscoi tinent at various times between the year 998 A. D. to 1000 A. D mis was at least years before America's real dis coverer was born, on this point the authorities do not differ. Now, as the word discoverer means firct to see, then the Norsmen were true discoverer of Ameica, but as the civilized world of those days paid little attention to this dis...

Publication Title: Professional World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Professional world. — 29 November 1901

KENTUCKY STRIKE RIOT ONE DEAD, ONE FATALLY HURT AND MANY WOUNDED. "Western Kentucky Coal Field the Scene of Bloody Fight, Lasting an Hour and a Half More Than Two Thousand Shots Exchanged Be tween Union Men and Non-Union Mine Workers. A dispatch from Madisonvlllc. Ky., nays: The Western Kentucky coal field was the scone of a pitched battle Sunday morning, which lasted an hour and a half, between a party of union miners and guards and nonunion min ora at the mines of the Providence Coal company, 17 miles from here. One man was killed, one fatally hurt, and many injured. More than 2,000 shots were exchanged. James H. Smith, a negro, was the man killed, and George Crouch, an other striker, the man fatally hurt. How many wounded the attacking party had is not known,, although the number muBt hare been large. John West, Hut DawBon, and Nathan Bush, the nonunion miners also were injur ed. The trouble began at G o'clock in the morning, when a party of about 75 armed men appeared on a hill ...

Publication Title: Professional World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Professional world. — 29 November 1901

(Copyright-, 1901. by J. Rockford la, of Correspondence Solicited. Warmth, for stock during the winter is just another name for food. The first thing a fellow finds out when he coca to law is $10; sometimes more. The government wants blacksmiths and tiroseshoers for duty in the Phil ippines. at $75 per month. It costs more to put the last pounds on a 300 pound hog than it did to make the first seventy-five pounds. There are now 39 beet sugar factories In .successful operation in this country the fltate of Michigan leading with twelve. .. While, wheat is a much better bal need ration than is corn, still neither tattle nor hogs will put on flesh so fast with ic as they will with corn. We have known some otherwise very good and truthful people to fall from grnce when they had a Job of dividing ft flock of mixed turkeys in the full. A man takes n certain hazardous risk when lie buys land to farm in the usual manner in any locality whore the aver age 'rainfall Is 12 Inches or less per mn...

Publication Title: Professional World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Professional world. — 29 November 1901

1.,'Kr 1 t.ur.AX, B. 8. D Hditor I klt.H OK J-UKSCimU lN: ) er In Advance $1 50 Six Months In Advance 100 ADVEtULslNU HATES ON APi'LI CATIO . JOB VOKK OF I.L KINDS SOLICITED. atiuu, loitering around t1 c streets and their homer on t he Sabbath day boaf-ting of the fact that they never go to church is a stateof affairs that should cause all christians to ask themselves if they arc do ing their duty as christians. All who live upright christian lives have influence enough, over at least one individual who is not a christian ta per suade them to go church once a day on Sunday, and should feel it their duty to do so, religon is the only thing that will abolish cimcs and im moral it' and to persude men to go to church is to keep them out of prisons and rock piles but first of all those who persuade must walk hi the right patV. themselves or no real good will be accomp lished HISTORY OF IIUNTINO. The recent newly awakened interest in the life and times of King Alfred, due to the celebrati...

Publication Title: Professional World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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