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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Professional world. — 10 April 1903

PROFESSIONAL WORLD, $1.00 Per Year in Advance. COLUMBIA AND JEFFERSON CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY APRIL 10, 1903. VOL. II. NO. 23 TH Columbia News. Prof. Stone, of Sturgeon, spent several aays in me city mis ween. Rev. O. F. Nelson, of Louisiana, passed through the city last Satur day. Mr. Roy Turner visited friends in Rocheport, Saturday and Sun day. Mr. W. W. Lampkins has been appointed curator for the heirs of Mr. James Tibbs. Rv. W. M. Coleman, of Ash land, preached at the Second Bap tist church Sunday. The members of the A. M. E. Church gave their pastor a dona tion party this week. The members of the M. E. Church will hold their regular quarterly meeting Sunday. Rev J. W. Jackson, their presiding elder, will be present. Mr. Forrest Lamme is in the city visiting his daughter, Miss Mary Lamme, and will go to Jef ferson City to visit his other daughter, Miss Birdie Lamme at Lincoln Institute. Rev. Mack Allen, of Kansas City, exhibited his moving picture show and passion play at the A....

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. — 10 April 1903

I ( PROFESSIONAL WORLD Hi n L. Looan, Editor Columbia - Missouri ROPING CONTESTS BECOMING POPULAR GREAT STRIKE ENDED New Sport to be Intro duced in the North Cattle Range to be Held in Large Cities Crop Report for March Washington. D. C, April 8. The crop tor March, issued by the weather buret u, says that March weather con ditions were generally favorable for the growth of grains and grasses in all districts east of the Rocky moun tains, but outside of New England and portions of the middle Atlantic . ini-o region enrinz work has been retarded by excessive rains REAL COWBOYS SHOW and the consequent wet ou .-uuu.i.ivu. While the season Is two to four weeks in advance in New England and por- uThat much Tate tnZ7r Roping Contests Like Those of the Texas, and correspondingly dciuuu h other sections. Much valuable land has been Inundated in the lower Mis sissippi valley. On the Pacific coast the weather conditions were general ly favorable, although It was too cool, and the season is tw...

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. — 10 April 1903

WON FROM THE COWBOYS. V Missouri Rev, J. W- Kimbrell, of Madison, Mo,preach es to alcongregation of two hundred peo ple who were detained at home by the impassable condition of the country roads. The regular sing ing and preaching services held The first service of its N THE second Sunday of the pr fnlk listened to a sermon bv respective homes. Seated in their houses, the members of ach family of this -widely scattered congregation heard the words of the gospel from the preacher's lips and the singing of the choir and the voices of two young ladles In a duet. They bowed their heads and the minister praved for guidance and dismissed them with God's blessing. So impassable were the roads In this Missouri community that the people could not go to church. The mountain went to Mahomet. The church went to the people. Modern Invention laughs at muddy roads and unfordable rivers. All these people heard that sermon and the rest of the regular church services by telephone. This happened at Ma...

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. — 10 April 1903

Cbe Professional World BUFUS L. 1iCA.N, B. 8. D. - EDITOR TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One Year In Advance ... f 1.00 Six Months tn Advance - .75 Three Months In Advance - M) Single Copies ... .05 Advertising Rates on Application. Job .Work of all Kinds Solicited. Published Every Friday. Entered at the postotllccat Cnlum uinbia, Mo., as second class matter, Jan. 15, 1902. Agents wanted in evrry town in the state. Payment! may be made in two cent stamps, by postal note, money order, by ren'tered letter or express order. Correspondence containing news ol Interest and importance Is desired from all parts of the United States. Communications should he made tn reach us not later than Thursday morning, to insure in sertion in the current issue. No attention will be paid to anonymous com munications. Agents wanted everywhere. TVrile for terras. Specimen copies scut to any address upon request. PRESS OF THE MISSOURI STATESMAN Please send in your subscrip tion. Columbia's street3 should at least b...

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. — 17 April 1903

I PROFESSIONAL WOR 1.00 Per Year in Advance. COLUMBIA AND JEFFERSON CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY APRIL 17, VOL. II. NO. 24 IT TT TTa LD. Columbia News. Mr. William Ilomesly left Tues day for Kansas City. Miss Mattie Harris, of Centralia, spent Easter in Columbia. Mr. George Overton, of Fulton, spent Sunday in Columbia. Mrs. Alice Yeager and Miss Min nie Harris are on the sick list. Easter programs were rendered at the different churches last Sun day. Mr. Leonard Smith, of Roche port, spent Saturday and Sunday in the city. Mrs. A. A. Adams left Monday for an extended visit with her mother in Fulton. Miss L. B. Muse, who has been teaching school at Poplar Bluff, returned home Monday. The A. M. E. Church will have their quarterly meeting Sunday. Rev. Bryant will be with them. Miss Ella N. Brown, who has been teaching school near Jeffer son City, has returned home. Mr. Hugh Wallace, of Lincoln Institute, spent Sunday and Mon day with Dr. and Mrs. J. E. Perry. Dr. and Mrs. J. E. Perry enter ta...

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. — 17 April 1903

PROFESSIONAL WORLD Kt KiN I.. Locian, Kilitor Columbia Missouri LITTLE LOLITA ARMOUR. She Will Know Her Fate on the 17th of Thle Month Dr. Lorenx It to Re turn. rMratrn Anrll 15. The breaking of ninatpr cast will tell whether little Lollta Armour is to be a cripple for life or perfect and sound In body. Her Mr. and Mrs. J. Ogden Ar mour, are spending anxious hours, for on the 17th of April the question will be solved. rn that date Dr. Lorenz. the famous Vienna surgeon who came to this PRneciallv to treat the little heiress to millions, will return to this country and break with his own hands tho fust that be so tenderly wove hnnt the little criDDle's limb. who have become Inter catod in the case, and who have stu HfoH rr lnrenz's method of bone-set ting, are convinced that the patient little victim is cured, and that the breaking of the cast is simply the last . In thn heautllul cnuu s miRiui tuna t' cvnnr-r nr. Lorenz on the 17th if this mnnth. said Mr. Armour last night. "At first...

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. — 17 April 1903

V J. S. TRIGGS' NOTES OF THE FARM, ORCHARD AND GARDEN Copyrighted 1902 by J- S. Trigg, Rockford, Iowa. Correspondence Solicited Strange Proposals of Marriage The white horse is like milady's white dress it takes lots f work to keep It fit to be seen on the streets. Jvibt so long as the price of bogs re .mains at $6 and over, just so long will the piano men be able to do business in the hog country. Twenty-five hens well cared for will produce an Income equal to that of an average cow and will cost less to keep and less work to care for. If you milk a cow and try to fatten her at the same time, you had better let somebody else eat the meat. Even her tenderloin will be tough. The Juice of the sugar beet Is twice as sweet as the sap of the maple tree, one hundred potrods of sugar beet yielding twelve pounds of sugar, whilt maple sugar will produce oniy iuur ui five. i The wise farmer, if he has boys will not introduce any trotting bloc among his horBes. A man can raise first class boys...

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. — 17 April 1903

Ok Professional World RUFUS L. LOGAN, B. 8. D. - EDITOR TERMS 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. JoblWork of all Kinds Solicited. Published Every Friday. Entered at the postofllceat Coluni ambla, Mo., as second class matter, Jan. 15, 1902. Agents wanted in every town in the state. Payments may be made In two cent stamps, br postal note, money order, by registered fetter or express order. Correspondence containing news of interest aid importance Is desired from all parts of the T7nlted;states. Communications should be made to reach us ot later than Thursday morning, to Insure in sertion in the current issue, No attention will be paid to anonymous com munications. Agents wanted everywhere. Write for terms. Specimen copies sent to any address upon request. !( or THC MISSOURI STATESMAN. Negroes must learn to resent insults they will have no limit unless resen...

Publication Title: Professional World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Professional world. — 24 April 1903

HE PROFESSIONAL WORLD 1.00 Per Tear in Advance. COLUMHIA AND JEFFERSON CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY APRIL 24, ly)3 VOL. II. NO. 25 CITY COUNCIL IN SESSION. tbome New Wheels in the City Government New Com mittees. City council convened Tuesday evening, with the new Mayor In the chair and all theconncilmen present. Mayor Niedermeyer submitted the following list of new committees. Finance Benton, Smith, Gray. Streets & Alleys Stone, Smith, Lewis, Denton. Water & Light Schwabe, Miller, Gray, Stone. City Property Crouch, Miller, Qprwabej Ordinances aiul Printing Gray, Schwabe, Smith. ) Claims Smith, Stone, Benton. Conley Aid Fund Miller, Smith, Stone. ' Hoard of Health Crouch, Lewis, Gray, Benton. Petitions for stepping stones across Ripley street In Stephens addition, and for 4-ft. grantoid walk on north side of Lowrey 6treet along lots 8, and 19 in Lowrey's subdi vision, were referred to the street committee to be reported on at next meeting of council. An order wM made for the stree...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Professional world. — 24 April 1903

PROFESSIONAL WORLD Kt-Fin L. Ixmian, Editor Columbia - - Missour BANK ROBBERS AT WORK IN EAST HARMONY PREVAILS. Landlords Indorse the Proposals of Irish Tenant Farmers. Dublin, April 22. The Irish land lords and the Irish tenants have unit ed In asking parliament to pass the Wyndham land bill as amended by the Dublin convention. The conven tion adjourned after having agreed up on all amendments desired. Then Lord Dunraven, Lord Mayo, and Capt. Shawe-Taylor, representing the land lords, met and indorsed the amend ments. This, it Is asserted, practical ly assures the passage of the act. Summing up the work of the conven tion, John Redmond last night issued the following signed statement: "The convention was the most lai- nortant nationalist assembly held in Ireland during the last hundred years If Its recommendations be substantial' ly carried out by the government the land question will be settled ana me whole future of Ireland will be full o! hoDe. The convention's recommendation wi...

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. — 24 April 1903

Ok Professional World RUFVB L. LOGAN, B. S. D. EDITOR i TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One Year in Advance - - - fl.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. left Columbia News. Mrs. Bessie Washington Tuesday for Hannibal. Mr. William Steverson arrived from St. Louis yesterday. Mr. William Ilolmesley return ed from Kansas City Tuesday. Revs. Bryant and Oakes were present at tho quarterly meeting. Mr.. William Foster, of New York City, is visiting his family this week. Mrs. J. E. Perry left Tuesday for an extended visit to her mother Entered at the postofflceat Colum ambla, Mo., as second class matter, jn Springfield, Mo. Jan. 16, iuuz. state. Miss Bettie Scott, who has been Agentswantedineverytowninthe " . e. viamug relatives in sue uny. The A. M. E. Church gave a con- evening under the direction of Miss Eva Estes. Misses Annie Mae Fisher, Eva Estes, Dora W...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Professional world. — 24 April 1903

J ' ' f ' lW Worldng Lives of Uncle Sam's Mail Clerks ' lj : Vjf ll Improvements -I ssf i;iMl! Like so Many Human Autonutons thc Men DcdPhcr IPv Jutl Thousands of Different Handwritings and Place thcLct- Mwilvm Sfe-wWWVT ! ters' one by one' 111 tIieir Proper PIaccs' An Interest" V. ) ing Story of the working Lives of the U S. Mail Clerks. jgl V,? Wonderful developments have re- j cently been made In the system em ployed by the United States Govern- uitne reception ana aistrioution Ji.tis of mail matter daily poured many branches of the Postal iient and handled by its thous- employes throughout the conn- ably no department 6f the mall e has been the recipient of more ion at the hands of postal ex than the one working in opera- 'eon the railroad lines of the coun- lith the gradual increase In the time schedule of transportation within the last fifty years there has been a cor responding improvement on the part of the Postal Department In the equip ment of this all-important factor of ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Professional world. — 1 May 1903

PROFESSIONAL WORLD $1.00 Per Year in Advance. COLUMBIA AND JEFFERSON CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY MAY 1, 1903. VOL. II. NO. 20 THE 0 Jefferson City Notes. Mrs. Idii King 'is on the sick list. Mrs. Nathan Carter is seriously Mr. J. A. McMahan left for his home in Fulton last Saturday. Mrs. Henry Bolton and Mrs. S. M. Wiseman are still on the sick JiHt. The recital of Miss Ilallie Q. Brown came np to the expectation . of all. . The little daughter of Mrs. Tom Turner was burned to death last week. ,Mrs. Ida Bell Greer, of Joplin, is in the city visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Dufee. Mr. Joseph Mason, of Fulton, spent Monday in the city visiting his sister, Mrs. J. B. Parsons. Prof. J. II. Garnett presented the diplomas to the graduating class of Fulton, last Friday even ing. The editor of the Professional , World passed through the city Wednesday on his way to St. i Louis. President B. F. Allen, Mrs. L. Anthony, Mrs. Ida Garnett, Irs. Roberts, Mrs. Leona Fergus son, Mr. A. Slater, a...

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 May 1903

i PROFESSIONAL WORLD IU'Fi'8 L. Logan, Editor Columbia Missour RUSSIA IRRITATED. By British Opposition to IU Plans of Expansion. St. Petersburg, April 25 via London, April 29. Russian opinion Is in tensely Irritated by England's patent policy of preparation to resist the ex pansion of the czar's empire. It is learned that this feeling is fully shared in official quarters, 'where it has become especially acute as the re suit of the attitude of the Balfour cab inet with regard to the Bagdad rail way. Englands' first deep offense against Russian susceptibilities was the recent conclusion of a war alli ance with Japan, plainly aimed at Russian ambitions in China. This was followed immediately afterward by extraordinary measures on the part of Great Britain to erect barriers against Russia's southward march through Persia . Blocks Bagdad Railway. Now comes the third distinct of fense of the same kind England's undisguised attempt either to pre vent the construction of the Bagdad railway ...

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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Professional world. — 1 May 1903

ARMY OF THE DIVORCED. There are now 61.638 divorced peo ple In the United States, of whom 3z,zu5 are women and 18,384 are men. The reason for such an excess of wom en Is explained on the theory that di vorced men are more apt to remarry wn divorced women. There are very few cities In which the number oi divorced men Is greater than, or even equal to. the number of women. Omaha Is the most conspicuous, for among its inhabitants are 249 men ana 236 women who have been separ ated from their conjugal mates by the courts. Chicago Is the champion divorce city. It has had that reputation for a long time, and, although the 4,341 divorced people who reside there may not have been separted by the local courts, they have nevertheless chosen It as a place of residence, and they number more than twice as many as are found in New York. Certain oth er cities have a similar distinction, al though they are not as conspicuous as Chicago. The following table gives a list of the principal cities and a ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Professional world. — 1 May 1903

m Professional World RUFU8 L. LOGAN, B. 8. D. EDITOR TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. On 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 postofflce at Colum ambla, Mo., as second class matter, Jan. 15, 1902. Agents wanted in every town In the state. Varments may be made in two cent stamps, by postal note, money order, by registered letter or exprea 'order. Correspondence containing newa ol interest importance li desired! from all parti ot the United State. Communication! should be made to reach us t later than Thursday morning, to insure In sertion in the current issue. Noattention will be paid to anonymous com- manlcationa. Arenta wanted everywhere. Write lor terms. Specimen aopiaa sent to any address upon request. pajtSS OP THE MISSOURI STATESMAN CotjItmbia will never be a first o.laaa town until she sets a main line railroad...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Professional world. — 8 May 1903

PROFESSIONAL WORLD $1.00 Per Year in Advance. COLUMBIA AND JEFFERSON CITY, MISSOURI, FRIDAY MAY 8, 1903. VOL. II. NO. 27 THE i "2 Columbia Notes. Buy your Millinery of Mrs. Adkisson, over Van horn & Mountjoy's store. Mr. Edward Henderson is erect ing a Lome on 3rd street. Mrs. Mattie Reucker is home again from Kansas City. Subscribe to the Professional World, it is only $1.00 per year. Mrs. Matilda Harris is visiting wpr sick sister near Stephen's Store a Callaway county. ( The St. Paul's Hall has been re cently repaired and is now practi cally a new building. ) Bishop C. T. Schaffer will visit Rev. P. C. Crews and his church 6n the 5th Sunday in this mouth. A reception will be tendered him while here. J. B. PARKER. Mr. J. B. Parker, the negro hero who knocked down the villian who shot President McKinlev is making tour of this state lecturing. He lectured in Moberly Thursday f t "vninir nnil lliis nomine WPfk will visit Boonville, Springfield, Neva da and many other points. Ever...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Professional world. — 8 May 1903

1 PROFESSIONAL WORLD Rrrrs L. Lexus, Editor Columbia Missouri WON'T WORK WITH CONVICTS. Carpenter Repairing the Michigan Penitentiary Strike. Marquette, Mich. (Special) The car penters employed by the contractors on repairs to the chapel at the pent tentiary, quit work today, refusing to work any longer In conjunction with convict labor. The restricted amount allowed by the legislature for repairs made it necessary to put convict help ers on the Job. HANGED MAN COMES TO LIFE. Negro Executed In Alabama Able to Sit Up. Now Anniston Ala., (Special It was learned today a negro hanged In We dowee two weeks ago Is now able to sit up and may recover. After the negro was pronounced dead he was cut down as usual, and shortly after ward he began to show signs of life A physician applied restoratives and the man Is now able to sit up. This was the first man ever hanged in the county, and it is thought the officials allowed him to be cut down before he was dead. CORBIN PUT TO ROUT. Mongrel Dog ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Professional world. — 8 May 1903

Whaling as One of the Sports IWhalei of ft TastDisapjieafingTypg Capt, Davis, one of the most famous ot the old-time American whalers, tlves these as the dimensions ot a right whale yielding 250 barrels of oil: The blubber of such a whale," he says, "is half a yard thick and if put together in a strip would be 66 feet long and 27 feet wide. The upper Jaw would make a room 9 feet high and 20 feet long. The lips and throat of the brute, with the supporting jaw bones, will weigh as much as twenty five oxen of 1,000 pounds each. The tongue alone will often weigh as much as ten oxen. "The spread of the lips is 30 feet. He can take in fifty barrels of water at each mouthful. When feeding a whale, a whale as big as that, sifts a track of sea a quarter of a mile long And IE feet wide in one run. Then he raises his head, forces his mighty tongue into the cavltly of his whale bone sieve, and drives the water out with Immense force. "The tail of a right whale is 25 feet broad and feet deep, an...

Publication Title: Professional World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Professional world. — 8 May 1903

CDc Professional World EUFU8 L. LOGAN, B. 8. D. - EDITOR TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One Year in Advance - - - $1.00 Six Months in Advance - - .75 Three Months in Advance - - .50 Single Copies - Advertising Rates on Application. Job Work of all Kinds Solicited. Published Every Friday. Entered at the postofflce at Colum ambla, Mo., as second class matter, Jan. 15, 1902. Agents wanted in every town in the state. Payments may be made la two cent stamps, by postal note, money order, by registered letter or express order. Correspondence containing news ol interest aaOtimportance Is desired from all parts of the United States. Communications should be made to reach ns net later than Thursday morning, to Insure in sertlon in the current issue. Nojattentlon wilt be paid to anonymous com aauntcatious. Agents wanted everywhere. Write for terms. Specimen copies sent to any address upon request. PUIS OP THC MISSOURI STATESMAN Do not air your domestic affairs in public. Subscribe to the Professional ...

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