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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Professional world. — 31 October 1902

THE PROFESSIONAL WORLD, $1.00 Per Year in Advance. COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, FRIDAY OCT. 31, 1902. VOL. I. NO. 52. Schools and Teachers. The second Month of school has closed. Each teacher should reflect to see if he has accomplished all that has been possible for him to accomplish, if not, why nott Prof. J. W. Darnel, of Jefferson City, Mo., is in the city attending the Inter National Christian Con vention. He was a graduate from Hiram College (Ohio) in the class of 1887. He participated in the banquet given by Judge Slabaugh aud other "lliramites" of the alumni association who were at tending the convention The Omaha Enterprise. It is reported that Kansas City ' is to have a new high school. The establishing of night schools in St. Louis is quite a commend able act and these schools should be largely attended. If the proper interest is manifested, there will doubtless be similar schools estab lished in the smaller towns of the State. The proposed Farmer's Confer ence to be heldat Lincol...

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. — 31 October 1902

Professional World RTJFU8 I LOGAN, B. 8. D., Editor. COLUMBIA. t MISSOURI THE HEWS CONDENSED. At Traverse City. Mich., after being out 22 1-2 hours a Jury found John A. Hargrave guilty of manslaughter. Har grave last April choked his invalid wife and beat her to death in a bedroom of their house. Charles O. Dale, cashier of the New York county National bank, was found dead in his home Monday, having shot himself during the night. His accounts at the bank are correct. No cause for the suicide is known. i he house of Albert Dry of the Read ing Coal company deputy near Miners vllle, Pa., was dynamited at midnight and his daughter injured. A neighbor named Ditzeland and two others are held under suspicion. Two hundred people Thursday night wrecked the building in which Rise man's illicit saloon was conducted at Longsford, Kan., smashed 20 cases of beer and ten kegs of whisky and tarred and feathered a woman Inmate. Edward T. Krantz. aged 65 years, was found dead in the belfry of the Tri...

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. — 31 October 1902

4H1 The South Is fast becoming a big greenhouse to supply the North with fresh vegetables during the winter season. -v N js rv Jill l J.S.TRIGG.ROCKfORDJA The dogs In the Btate of Minnesota are valued for the purposes of taxation at to each. Unusual rains have damaged the buf falo gross on the ranges and prevented it from curing for winter feed of tho stock. As a general rule It may be said that any soil whereon grows the ehellbark hickory and the white oak is good for the apple orchard. Wherever the winters are long and cold It is always safer to lay the rasp berries and grapes down in the fall and cover them with earth. The cold summer which matured the apple crop in the best shape possible wade it hard tor the melon and corn crops to pull through at all. It takes a woman to have pity for a hungry man who won't work, and be cause women do this Is largely why we have this breed of parasites with U3. The West has a big fight on hand to keep down the prairie dog, while the East has a...

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. — 31 October 1902

! i Cbt Professional World RUFUS L. LOGAN, B. S. D. EDITOR ".TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One Year in Advance - $1.00 Six Months in 'Advance .76 Three Months in Advance - .50 Single Copies ... .06 Advertising Rates on Application. Job Work of all 'Kinds Solicited. Published Every Friday. Entered at the postottlce at Colum umbla, Mo., as second class matter, Jan. 16, 1902. I Agents wanted in every town in the state. PUIS Of TMI MISSOURI STATESMAN REPUBLICAN COUNTY TICKET. Representative O. V. Smith, of Centralia. SherttT Sidney Urindstaff, Cedar. Collector W. 8. Harris, Rourbon. County Clerk A. H. Sheppard, Columbia. Prosecuting Attorney F. W. Nied ermeyer, Columbia. Treasurer J a in e s S. Wharton, Columbia. Coroner Dr. C. W. Jones, Colum bia. Judge County Court (North) T. W. Prentice, Rockyfork. Judge County Court (South) Au gust Proett, Cedar. Presiding Judge of County Court W. A. Cayton. Constable of Columbia township T. F. Irvin. Justices of the peace, Columbia township W. I. Oliver, ...

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. — 7 November 1902

THE PROFESSIONAL WORLD, 1.00 Per Year in Advance. COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, FRIDAY NOV. 7, 1902. VOL. II. NO. 1. Schools And Teachers. In the graduate school of Yale University there will be this year about thirty woman and sixteen Japanese students. Harvard University has official ly recognized the Germanic museum by appointing Prof. Kuno Franoke as curator of the museum. Harvard will debate with Prince on December 12. The sophomore debating class of Harvard contains forty-three members. All the classes are well organized and much interest in this branch of education is maintained. The board of trustees of Prince ton University has decided to abolish Sunday afternoon services, the question having been under consideration for nearly a year. Considerable opposition was mani fested, but upon the whole the decision is thought to be wise, and it is hoped that abandoning the afternoon services will strengthen ' the attendance in the morning. The Baltimore San, comment ing upon the recent remar...

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. — 7 November 1902

Professional World RUFUS L. LOGAN, B. S. D., Editor. COLUMBIA. i I MlfigOURL THE HEWS CONDENSED. President Mitchell says he looks for ward to the time when there will be no strikes. Firemen had two hours' hard work !n subduing a fire which broke out Sunday night in the underground cham bers of the College of the Propaganda at Rome. Many Italians are volunteering in Bupport of the Macedonian cause and have appealed to General Garibaldi to assume their leadership. The general does not believe the time Is yet ripe. William Coates, aged 18 years, of St. Joseph, Mo., who murdered his mother six weeks ago in order to get posses sion of her property, has been con demned to be hanged Dec. 8. Winnie Breese. aged 20 years, of Be lolt, Wis., was arrested Tuesday in Ra cine, Wis., charged with forgery. Breese said ho forged the checks in or der to get enough money to marry. J. Pierpont Morgan is accused of sharp practices in conducting the har vester merger, by which he squeezed $2,500,000 more...

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. — 7 November 1902

nasT user, or hard coal. copyright: raoLBY J.S.TRIGG.ROCKFORaiA CORRCSPflWPEICg SOUCIIEP Corn may be king, but, like other reigning monarchs.he has a good many oft spots in his makeup thia year. If you turn over the nice heifer calf to your wife to raise, she will be al most sure to get it too fat. It is a good idea to let the pigs run through the orchard and pick up the worm eaten windfalls, but they should never be fed or herded in it. The corncob can hardly be depended upon to take the place of coal this win ter, for it is doubtful if the cobs can be got dry enough to burn at all. Rabbits are very fond of blackberry canes and will eat them up clean to the ground. The only remedy is to get rid of the rabbits. There will probably not be much complaints this year of loss of stock from the cornstalk disease. There is po much green and immature corn that the stalk ration will be better bal anced. We have packed a lot of nice, sound Wealthy apples in oats to see if they will keep longe...

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. — 7 November 1902

Cbc Professional Olorld RCFUS L. LOGAN, B. 8. D. EDITOR STERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One Year In Advance - - $1.00 Six Months in Advance .75 Three Months in Advance - - .50 Single Copies ... .05 Advertising Rates on Application. Job Work of all Kinds Solicited. Published Every Friday. Entered at the postofficeat Colum umbia, Mo., as second class matter, Jan. 15, 1902. 1 1 A gents wanted in every town in the state. PRESS OF THE MISSOURI STATESMAN. It is a sad fact that so many ne gro boys are leaving the farm and flocking to the cities to do almost nothing. Boys, stay on the farm. Some energetic colored man should establish a wood and coal yard in Columbia. It is a business that will pay if rightly managed. Our thanks are due Mrs. Leona Fnrgerson and Mr. Harrison Wise man, of Jefferson City, for sub scriptions to the Professional World this week. Those who have been waiting to see if the Professional World was going toj succeed before they sub scribed should be convinced by this time at l...

Publication Title: Professional World, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Professional world. — 14 November 1902

THE PROFESSIONAL WORLD $1.00 Per Year in Advance. COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, FRIDAY NOV. 14, 1002. VOL. II. NO. 2. STANDING BY THE NEGRO. President Roosevelt Gives the "Lily White" Republicans a Set-Back. Washington, November 10. The President to-day removed Julian II. Bingham from his posi tion as collector of internal revenue for Alabama, and appointed Jo seph A. Thompson, Democrat, a brother of Congressman Thomp son, to succeed him. The signifi cance of the appointment lies in the fact that Bingham is the Re publican national committeeman for Alabama, and his removal can not be construed except as a rebuke by the President of the attempt to eliminate the negro from the political field in the South. Mr. Thompson's appointment had the indorsement of Prof. Booker T. Washington, and represents, there fore, his opposition to the attempt to exclude his race from participa tion in politics. In fact, Mr. Thompson may be considered the practical appointee of Prof. Wash ington. The action in tins...

Publication Title: Professional World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Professional world. — 14 November 1902

I 1 Prolessional World RUFUS U LOGAN, a S. D Editor. COLUMBIA. I : MI880UB1 THE NEWS CONDENSED. Fred Barton of Evanston, Injured la a football game Saturday, Is dead. Snow fell at Buffalo, N. Y., Wednes day. The thermometer registered 34. The Russian exhibit at the World's Fair promises to be very interesting. The Illinois Central railroad bought 600 feet frontage In Wlldwood, souh of Kensington, 111., for $150,000. Dr. Stanley Rendall, C. M. Schwab's physician, declared in an Interview that the pteel trust president is not ill and will return home In March. Fire early Friday destroyed the three top stories of the building owned by Bullen & Co., malsters, In Pine street, Chicago, causing a loss of $173,000. The funeral of the late Elizabeth Cady Stanton was held Wednesday at her residence In New York City. Be sides the family there were present only a few close friends. Mayor Shadensack of Peru. 111., in dicted on a bribery charge and order ed by city council to retire, refuses,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Professional world. — 14 November 1902

HILL OWNERS AITS GIRLS. Had to "Register Out" Until Squabble Was Over. The mill owners exert, as far as pos sible, an influence over the moral tone of their employes. The average girls are self-respecting, yet they trifle with love. The attraction they wish to exert is ever present In their minds and in their conversation. Their most impor tant sacrifices are Invariably for clothes. They have superstitions of all kinds; to sneeze on Saturday means the arrival of a beau on Sunday; a big or little tea leaf means a tall or short caller, and so one. There Is a book of dreams kept at one table In the mill. The girls con sult It to find the Interpretation of their nocturnal reveries. They are fanciful, sentimental, cold, passionless. Two girls in the seaming room had got Into a quarrel that day over a pack era flne-loklng, broad-shouldered fellow, who had touched both of their hearts and awakened in each an emo tion she claimed the right to defend. The quarrel began lightly with an ex cha...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Professional world. — 14 November 1902

Cbe Professional World RCIUS L. LOGAN, B. 8. D. EDITOR THERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. On Year in Advance - $1.00 Six Months in Advance .75 Three Months in Advance - .50 Single Copies ... .06 Advertising Rates on Application. Job Work of all Kinds Solicited. Published Every Friday. Entered at the postofflce at Colum unibla, Mo., as second class matter, Jan. 16, 1902. Agents wanted in every town in the state. pases or thk Missouri statesman. If the single tax law was in force in this country the agricultural products would be greatly in creased. Thousands of acres of land are lying idle that would be utilized under the single tax law. Our thanks are due Mrs. Crosha Conner, of Independence, Mr. Lee Williams, of Brown's Station, Miss Annie Delly and Prof. J. P. Wash ington, Jo f Columbia, Prof. Geo. W. Moorman, lot St. Louis, for sub scriptions this week. The farmers convention held at Lincoln Institute is destined to arouse a long needed interest in agricultural pursuits in Missouri. The stat...

Publication Title: Professional World, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Professional world. — 5 December 1902

SSIONAL WORLD, $1.00 Per Year in Advance. COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, FRIDAY DEC. 5, lVi. VOL. II. NO. 5. THE PROFE Schools and Teachers. ' The Phelps-Montgomery prize of $50 for the best entrance . exam ination to yale law school was won by Wm. MacDonald, of Hatfield, Mass. The Murphy law goes into effect in New Jersey on December I, when the salaries of all the teach ers who have served over two years will be increased. The board of finance appropriated $29,000 to provide the increase. Principals will get an increase of $100 a year, vice principals $60, and teachers $48. The Baltimore scnool board, hav ing decided to establish a cooking school, advertised for a teacher, , offering: a salary of $540. No cooking school graduates espond ed, the only applicants being cooks, one of them a colored woman, and the superintendent would not em ploy any of them. X hen it was discovered that the law required a competitive examination, and noti a teacher in the schools was com petent to hold the exami...

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. — 5 December 1902

J Professional. World RUFUS L. LOGAN, a S. D., Editor. COLUMBIA. -1 J MISSOURI THE NEWS CONDENSED. A Are lasting three days destroyed the town of Kesht, Persia. Fifteen hundreds houses and many warehouses were wiped out. Two hundred persona perished. At La Crosse,' Wis., a new Lutheran hospital was dedicated Thursday with Impressive ceremonies. Bishop Von Rone of Winona officiated. Notices have been posted at the vari ous shops of the Wabash system in St Louis to the effect a revision of the scale of wages for skilled labor has been directed by the president Surveyors who had nearly completed veork on the proposed Boone, Rockwell City & Northern coal road have re ceived orders to quit work. It is un derstood the project will be abandoned. F. W. Reul, an employe of the bank at Watertown, Wis., was shot and kill ed early Wednesday morning while es corting Mrs. A. L. Schis8ler to her home. The woman's husband was ar rested today charged with the' murder. Ira Merchant, for ten years...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Professional world. — 5 December 1902

SHE'S A GAME BUYER. nnPYBicuf.rflni ny . J.S.TRIGG.RO'CKFOPiaiA VlwMa will nnlv ahnw nn vrftfi 70 - 000 boxes of oranges this year, about one-half of the crop of 1901. The northwest will produce 45,000, 000 bushels of flax this year, worth to the producers $1.20 per bushel. A friend told us the other day that ce once nauiea a loaa oi iarm proauce " to town and got fl.OOl for it. What was it Hops? . . . A few years ago 600 bushels of wheat were thought to be a big carload. Now 1,800 bushels are carried In the modern steel freight car. For-cent corn and five dollar pork make a very good combination, not an agricultural bonanza, but a good, legit imate, healthy business. Almost any crop will do well on a clover sod, especially wheat, potatoes and corn. Oats are liable to grow too much straw and fall down. We are growing the blue Moldavka (Russian) plum with success. It seems to be perfectly hardy and bears a large purple plum of good quality. Winter Is the best time of the year , to th...

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. — 5 December 1902

Cbe Professional World BCFUS L. LOGAN, B. 8. D. EDITOR TERMS OF SUHSCniPTION. One Year in Advance - - - $ 1.00 Six Months in Advance - - .75 Three Months in Advance - - .50 Single Copies ... .05 , K- Advertising Hates on Application. Job Work of nil Kinds Solicited. Published Kvery Friday. Entered at the postotllceat Cohnn umbia, Mo., as second class matter, Jan. 15, 1902. Agents wanted in every town in the state. PRESS OF THC MISSOURI STATESMAN. Get the Professional World on your list, it is the only western negro journal published weekly at $1.00 per year. The present congress should use every means possible to put an end to fraudulent elections and unjust disfranchise. The provisions in the constitution framed by our fore fathers are alone sutlieient to pre vent any such, if properly adhered The fact tnat Lincoln Institute has nearly 300, simply shows what the school might be if it was so fortunate as to have a Board of Regents, who had the interest of the school , rather than pe...

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. — 12 December 1902

THE PROFESSIONAL WORLD, $1.00 Per Year in Advance. COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, FRIDAY DEC. 12, 1902. VOL. II. NO. 6. DR. CROSSLAND' EPISODE. Minister to Liberia Shoots an iv Engineer at Monrovia. New York, December 7. A copy of the Living Church Chroni cle, published at Cape Palmas, West Coast of Africa, dated October 16, 1902, which has just been re ceived in this city, brings the start ling information that the United States Minister to Liberia, Dr. J. A. Crossland, shot, at Monrovia, on October 6, an electrical engineer named Faulkner, formerly of Brooklyn. According to meager details given in the Chronicle, which is a religious publication edited by S. D. Ferguson, Jr., a son of the misssionary bishop of . the Episcopal church in West Africa, Minister Crossland resided with Faulkner and his wife, and the relations were apparently amicable, the three having attended church together the Sunday pre vious to the shooting. On Monday, October 6, an altercation took place bewteen Faulkner and ...

Publication Title: Professional World, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Professional world. — 12 December 1902

Professional World RUFUS U LOGAN, B. S. D., Editor. COLUMBIA. : MISSOOBI THE NEWS CONDENSED Matters of Interest Covering Various Farts of the World and Put in Concise Form. Andrew Carnegie, who has been ly ing ill at London for the past fort night, was able to get up Sunday for the first time. The Most Rev. John MacVllly. Rom en Catholic archbishop at Tuam and primate of Connaught since 1881, died Wednesday, aged 85. John Dillon, the Irish leader in par liament, is reported as in a much im proved condition. His physician be lieves he is out of danger. Owing to the adverse result of the general elections, at which several min isters failed to be re-elected, the en tire Grecian cabinet has resigned. The sultan of Morocco's forces have been attacked by Seemmour tribesmen not far from Tangier. The Biiltain dis persed the rebels, but his advance on Rabat has been checked. The Yorkshire (Eng.) Wool Combers' association, organized In 1899 with a capital of $9,575,000, aas sent a circular t...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Professional world. — 12 December 1902

COPYRFGWTIMOLBY J.S.TR16G.R0CKF0RDJA COiMSPMPEJfligSOJLlCirei) Strange as It may seem, the Engllsh man knows nothing about pork and beans. Good health seems to be largely a question of getting hold of the right breed of microbes. A mortgage on the farm Is a good deal like a corn on your toe. It Is al ways reminding you that it is there. The man who stays at home on elec tion day and husks corn has no right to kick on the way the government is run. A friend killed his strawberry bed by dosing it with a heavy covering of hen manure. A little of this fertilizer goes a long way. Neither church connection, wealth nor social standing should prevent the dirty patron of a co-operative cream ery from being promptly fired. When a man's income does not ex ceed $1.50 per day, it comes that his good wife has to be a permanent com mittee on ways and means. The beefsteak and the roasts begin to show the effect of the large crop of soft corn which is being fed liberally to get rid of it before it s...

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. — 12 December 1902

Cbe Professional World BCFTJ9 L. LOGAN, B. S. D. EDITOR TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. On Year in Advance - - $1.00 Six Months in Advance .76 Three Months in Advance .50 Single Copies ... .05 Advertising Rates on Application. Job Work of all Kinds Solicited. Published Every Friday. Entered at the postofHceat Colutn Hinbla, Mo., as second class matter, Jan. 16, 1902. Agents wanted in every town in the state. Renew your subscription to The Professional World, it is only $l.oo per year an J contains as much news as the journals for which you pay $2.00. No rowdyism should be tolerated in any institution of learning and when such is engaged in, the par ticipants, should be dealt with severely. Faculties that indulge such in to keep the "good will" of students, should be relieved. The Honorable T7 Thomas Fortune, editor of the New York Age, was recently appointed by President Roosevelt, special Com missioner to investigate conditions in our insular possessions. We con gratulate brother Fortune, a...

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