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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Professional world. — 3 January 1902

THE PROFESSIONAL WORLD, $1.50 Per Year in Advance. COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, JAN. 3, 1902. VOL. 1, NO. 9. the Professional World RUPUS L, LOGAN, B. S. D. EDITOR TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One Year in Advance - $1.60 Six Months in Advance 1.00 Advertising Rates on Application. Job Work of all Kinds Solicited. Published Every Friday. Subscribe: now to the Profes sional World and begin with the new year. Good wishes for success are nice and encouraging but they won't pay bills. Our thanks are due Miss Eula Douglass for subscription to the Professional World. - Prof. 0. M. Shackleford of War rensburg, and Prof. F. E. Cook of Martinsburg, will read the Profes sional World. Miss Anna H. Jones, of Kansas City, Prof. H. A. Bleach of West ern College, Hon. Wm. Farmer of St. Louis, Mrs. Ida Drake Garnet of Jefferson City, will contribute articles to the Professional World in the near future. Our thanks are due the follow ing named business men of Colum bia who believe the Professional World to ...

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. — 3 January 1902

Zt groftMiaital Wotli KVrVH U LOO AN, Ik Q. D., Kdltor. COLUMBIA, MISSOUKt The war department was advised by cable from Manila, on the 26th, of the eurrender of the Insurgent chieftain, Samson, at Mutasaron, with all his ofllcers and men, 23 can non and 43 rifles. The New York board of estimates, on the 20th, adopted in behalf of the citizens of New York a resolution of thanks to Andrew Carnegie for the gift of $3,200,000 with which to build libraries in that city. The statement of the treasury bal ances in the penernl fund exclusive of the $150,000,000 gold reserve in the division of redemption, issued on the 27th, showed: Available cash balance, $173,906,918. Gold, $113,703,093. The general meeting of the Archae ological Institute of America began, on the 2fith, ut Columbia university. The sessions were presided over by Trof. John W. White, of Harvard. About sixty members were present. The treasury department has issued a circular extending the prohibition against the importation ...

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. — 3 January 1902

WORLD'S FAIR MODEL CITY. Plans Ilrln Developed that Will BInke an Interesting Ks.nlblt at St. Loots. N-v York, Dec. 31. An Important conference was held at the National Art t:lub, 37 West Thirty-fourib street, Mntulny, for the purpose ol developing piling relative to the ".Model City" which Ih to be a part of the St. Louis World's fair. Mr. Howard .T. lingers, chief of the department of education and social economy, came from St. Louis to con sult with the special committee . which has had this matter in charge ior some inonina past, conmiuing oi Mr. Charles C. Height, chairman; .John De Witt Warner, Mr. Charles Jl Lamb, Mr. Albert Kelsey, of Phila delphia, nnd Mr. William S. Crandall secretary. One tiling which the commtttet does not purpose to do is to exhibit a model city in miniature, nlthougt many previous press dispatches havt read to that effect. On the contrary it purposes to so incorporate tin model features and methods, which are best adapted to the modern city, in the pla...

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. — 3 January 1902

A.D. 1901 Passed in Review CHRONOLOGICAL RECORD NOTING ALL OF THE IMPOR. TANT EVENTS. ASSASSINATION OF McKINLKY. tp. 4 Pr. McKinley and party welcomed at Pan-American exposition In Buffalo. 6 Pre, made hla nota b I e Buffalo perch In favor of trade expansion and the in Inn lan ca nal. Pres. shot twice by Leon Czolgosz In Temple of Mu alc at Buffalo ex position; wound examined and one bullet taken out; fiatlcnt i removed o residence of Mr. Mllburn. pres. of exposition. 10-Pres. McKinley thought to be out of danger and tor first time takes food through the mouth. Wm. McKinley. 14 Wm. McKinley. 26th U. 8. president. die at 1:16 a. m.; post mortem examina tion ahowa gangrene to have set In.... Pan-American exposition ordered closed tor three days out of respect. ...Theo. Roosevelt sworn as president. 16 Funeral aervlcea held In Mllburn real denoe at 11 a. m.; body Ilea In state In city hall until ( p. m. M Funeral party leavea for Washington ....Czolgosz Indicted on charge of mur der 1n...

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. — 10 January 1902

T THE PROFESSIONAL WORLD $1.50 Per Year in Advance. COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, JAN. 10, 1H02. VOL. 1, NO. 10. 1 OUR RIGHT TO CELEBRATE I THE EMANCIPATION. Extracts From an Address Deliv ered by Rev. J. M. Harris, M. A. L, at the M. E. Church, Fulton, Mo., Jan. 1, 1902. . "Ladies and gentlemen: "We have not met here to heal the wounds of slavery that we cannot do. Neither can we add to or take from the mighty monster his crown of thorns that once pressed down upon , four million slaves. "But we have a right to celebrate the day on which that crown of thorns was broken in pieces, never to be mended again. . "We have a right to cele brate the emancipation be cause God, in His all wise providence, has so ordained that man should commemor ate the day on which he is released from sin, from hu man bondage or the occasion on which he receives a special blessing. "This idea we glean from the seven annual solemnities observed among the ancient Israelites,-among which was the year of jubilee....

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 January 1902

A The Professional World. nUFVS L. LOC.AN, U. S. D. Editor. THEYWANT POOLINC ACT HAILWAYS SHOW DESIRE IN INVESTIGATION. Trend of Testimony at Chicago In quiry Indicates an Alliance for That Purpose With the Interstate Commerce Commission J. P. Mor gan and Other Magnates to be Called During Rate Investigation. Chicago, Jan. 7. Prosecutions against all the big packing concerns in tne West for violation of the interstate commerce law against receiving pre ferential rates are contemplated by the commission, mm fact developed to day during the investiga Jn into hand ling of packing house products and dressed meats, and was the result of evidence of the officials of the hading railroads. Pooling Bill Object. It also became aparent that the com mission and railway managements of the entire country practically had en tered into an alliance to Induce con gress to pass legislation permitting rail roads to pool under certain regulations in the interestate commerce commis sion, and that it is b...

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 January 1902

Surh gifts are complete in themselves, and only the pessimist will Ignore the fragrance and beauty' of the rose In his diligent search for the thorns on the stem. (Copyright, 1901, hy J. S. Trigg,) Rockford, Iowa. Correspondence Solicited. There is a loss of from $6 to $8 on each steer fed for beef when it is not followed by a hog. A man has made a failure of living If there is not a Igger crowd at his funeral than there as at his wedding. Do not turn down the small boy who Is always asking questions. He will know more than you do if he keeps on Nebraska raised only 9.000,000 bush Is of winter wheat in 1800. In 1901 her wheat crop aggregated 50,000,000 bushels. We came across a lady the other day who was much surprised that the Ger man language could be understood over the telephone. ter and protection afforded hy such a grove when located properly become almost Invaluable returns. Such a grove ten yenrg from planting will fur nish all the fuel needed by the owner as well as wood fo...

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 January 1902

Cbt Professional World RUFUS L. LOGAN, B. 8. D. - EDITOR TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One Year In Advance - - $1.60 Six Months in Advance - - 1.00 Advertising Rates on Application. Job Work of all Kinds Solicited. Published Every Friday. Columbia negroes should have a charity organization. Some people have a lot to eay until time comes to say it then mum is the by-word. We trust our friends will patronize the business men of Columbia who patronize the Professional World. The negro State Teachers' Association will go to St. Louis next Xmas on an invi tation extended to itself by itself. If a negro is compelled to take the farthest back seat in an opera house he should not bring fur ther r.humiliation on his race by being disorderly but he should try to convince those who occupy the boxes that there is a gentleman occupying the back seat. We highly appreciate the complimentary remarks of our friends relative to the recent improvement made in the size and appearance of the Professional World...

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. — 31 January 1902

1 THE PROFESSIONAL WORLD $1.50 Per Year in Advance. COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, JAN. 31, 1902. VOL. 1, NO. 13. I I BOOKER T. WASHINGTON'S REV. MARSH DEAD. Tenth Negro Conference Meets Pastor of the Second February 19th and 20th. Tuskegee Ala., Jan. 24 '03. The tenth annual Tuskegee Ne gro Conference will be held here Feb. 19 and 20. The conference is foremost of all institntions among the colored people of the United States, and was originated ten years ago by Booker T. Wash ington, the principal of Tuskegee Normal and Industrial Institute. Ten years ago Mr. Washington thought to call some of the colored people together for discussion of the condition and needs of the colored race in the South. He sent oat invitations to some 75 colored farmers, mechanics, teachers and ministers, and was astounded when more than 400 of his race walked into the convention hall at the appointed hour and answered, "here." Believing that so great an out pouring indicated a wholesome desire to bring abou...

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 January 1902

The Professional World. RUFUS L. I.OOAN. B. S. Editor. n. MINERS MAKE A SCALE PROVIDES FOR TEN PERCENT INCREASE. This Will Rule on the Run of the Mine Basis With the Old Differen tial for Machine and Hand Work Salaries of Officers are Fixed by Convention Assessment for Pend ing Strikes. Indianapolis, Ind., Jan. 28. The miners' convention agreed upon the scale recommended in secret session, which was for a general advance for bituminous mining of 10 per cent on the "run of the mine" basis; a differen tial of 7 cents the old figure between pick and machine mining; 15 cents a day increase for inside drivers and a uniform scale for all outside labor. Official Salaries. The proposition redisricting the min ing states was adopted as reported yes terday. The salary list was fixed as fol lows: President $1,800 Vice presidents l,40t Secretary-Treasurer 1.500 Editor of Journal 1,200 It was decided to levy an assessment of 10 cents per month for the benefit of the strikes now in progress. Iowa...

Publication Title: Professional World, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Professional world. — 31 January 1902

JD01, J. S. Trigg, Rockford, Iowa. Correspondence Solicited. Fine naval oranges are $2.10 a box fit points in the central West, consider ably cheaper than good apples. So long as Interests rates keep way down just bo long will there be a good demand for farm land. The present high prices of all dairy food rations is greatly enlarging the number of cows which do not pay for their board. The willow tree, planted ten feet apart each way on moist, rich bottom land, will cut about 70 cords of wood to the acre inside of fifteen years. The Whippoorwlll pea is being high ly commended as a valuable legume for use In nearly all the northern states. But little is known of its merits in the West. If it was not that the English farm I hand expects and receives about three puna ui uuu, BwuuB ura . ubj, nUUlU 1CUCI UUU ICLUBCS LU HU1R IUI lllG wages paid him. Booker Washington, the modern Mo ses of the Ethiopian race, avers that the salvation of the negro depends upon his being taught how to culti...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Professional world. — 31 January 1902

Cbe Professional World RUFD8 L. LOGAN, B. S. D. EDITOR TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One Year iu Advance - - $1.60 Six Months In Advance - 1.00 Three Months In Advance - - .60 Single Copies .... .05 Special rates of fl.00 per year to ministers. Advertising Rates on Application. Job Work of all Kinds Solicited. Published Every Friday. Entered at the postolllce at Colum umbia, Mo., as second class matter, Jan. 16, 1902. Agents wanted in every town in the state. PRESS OF THE MISSOURI STATESMAN Many persons make us feel good by complimenting our paper. How much better would they make us feel if they would pay their sub scriptions. All business men who have local advertising in the columns of this paper are friendly to the negro and his interests and should have your patronage. It is reported that about 200 students at Wisconsin university have been cited to appear before the faculty to answer the charge of poker playing. Two scholarships have been es tablished in the woman's law class at New Y...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Professional world. — 7 February 1902

, . . L I THE PROFESSIONAL WORLD. $1.50 Per Year in Advance. COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, FEB. 7, 1902. VOL. 1, NO. 14. SMITH BOSWELL KILLED. I Found Wednesday Morning jn His Room With His Throat Cut. Smith Boswell, a well known Col umbia negro, was found dead Wednesday morning in his room over the Implement store of N. D. Rob nett. There was a terrible gash cut in his throat, and he was lying in a pool of blood. Upon being notified, Coroner Par ker immediately impaneled a Jury and began an investigation. The Jury was composed of : A. J. Winn, K. L. Chandler, Geo. Klingbeil, K. L. Acton, C. M. Wheeler, and O. L. Tyson. After being in session near ly all day the jury returned the fol lowing verdict: "That Smith Hos well came to his death by his own razor in the hands of parties un known to the Jury." It Is the opinion of many that Boswell was murdered, although no motive can be found for the crime. There were two rooms which were used by Boswell. The west room in which there was a sto...

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 February 1902

1 The Professional World. RUFUS L. LOGAN, 8. S. D. Editor. REJECT THE MINE SCALE DEADLOCK OVER DEMANDS OF COLLIERS. Operators Reject Every Proposition Advanced in Behalf of the Work t'i'8, and Issue is Referred to Sub committee and Back to the Joint Conference Indications Point to Prolonged Struggle Over Issue. Indianapolis. Ind . Fell. 5. The mine opcrnlors and mine workers. In a secret session of the joint wale com mittee, today disagreed upon every iropo.dlion submitted iy the miners, and the whole matter was referred for discussion to the open joint conference hold this afternoon. Operntors Reject Scale. There Hie operators voted unani mously against the scale proposition offered by the miners, and the whole matter was finally re ferred back to the joint committee. President .Mitchell argued in behalf of the miners, and Frank L. Robbing represent! (1 the operators. All Propositions Vot'd Down. On motion of Delegate Reese of iowa the scale was taken up seriatim and action, and ea...

Publication Title: Professional World, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Professional world. — 7 February 1902

with other dlcldtious trees to give b fine effect. In home decoration more attention should bo Riven to the com mon -wfiodliuid shrubs. The common hawthorne tree, the wild crab apple, tlif sumach, the elderberry, the wild cherry and In ines the Virginia creeper, the partridge berry and woodbine should each have a place on the home grounds. ?Gpyrichtecl -1'' 2) 1901, J. S. Trigg, Rockford, Iowa. Correspondence Solicited. The two Dakotas raised more wheat than England the past year and Mani toba nearly as much. Kansas farmers are realizing a dollar a bushel for their big wheat crop where they have fed It to hogs and converted it Into pork. Where a tree has ample room to grow and develop, its root system will be found to correspond in area occupied to the size and spread of its top. it with the wind, as in the old Mosaic times. Born a serf out of a generation of serfs, this ignorant, vodka drinking, illiterate clod of the soil is Blow to sense his opportunities and waits the magic touc...

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 February 1902

On Professional World BUrUS L. LOGAN, B. 8. D. EDITOR TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One Year In Advance - - - 11.60 Six Months In Advance 1.00 Three Months In Advance - - .60 Slnele Copies ... .06 Speolal rates of $1.00 per year to ministers. Advertising Rates on Application. Job Work of all Kinds Solicited. Published Every Friday. Entered at the postoftlceat Colum umbla, Mo., as second class matter, Jan. 16, 1902. Agents wanted in every town iit the state. PRCS Of THE MISSOURI STATESMAN Thk negroes of Arkansas are wide awake on the Louisiana pur chase exposition question. Mis souri negroes should not be be hind any state in the union in the effort to show the progress of the negro race at the coming World's Fair. In another column is frouud most interesting article from the pen of Rev. Q. II. McDaniel, pres ident of Ambidexter Institute, of Springfield, 111. It is a logical discourse on the future of the ne gro and should be read by all. Carrington's Methods. To tbe Editor of the Globe-De...

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. — 14 February 1902

THE PROFESSIONAL WORLD, $1.50 Per Year In Advance. COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, FEB. 14, 1902. VOL. 1, NO. 15. r if ' SOCIAL EQUALITY. Rev. G.H. McDaniel Shows That the Intelligent Negro Does Not Want it. This was once a potent weapon with which to whip into line those who advocated the emancipation and civil rights of the "nigger. They also said that the slave, if freed, would suffer extermination by absorption, or if not so would degenerate into African heathen ism. As to the first prophecy, we see today, that six-sevenths of the i race still has blood unmixed with Caucasian, while 956,989 are half white, and 105,135 are one-fourth white, and 69,936 are one-eighth white. I assert that this degener ation is almost wholly the result of an imperious miscegeantion, and argues more the superiority of the auction block and the slave driver's whip than superior endowments . and greater virtues on the part of the white man, and especially the chivalry of "Dixie," who burn men at the stake,...

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

The Professional World. RUFt'S L. LOGAN, B. S. D. Eilltor. HE THINKS OF OTHERS BANKER ANDREWS OF DETROIT TALKS OF THE CRASH. ' Official of City Savings Bank Who Plunged Heavily and Lost Says His Worries are for Those In volved In the Wreck Given Timo, He Declares That He Could Pay All Losses. Detroit. M It'll., Fvb. 12. F. C. An drews was Interviewed this afternoon for the first time since the City bank closed. "I have not a penny. I am ruined." said he. "But I don't worry about my self. All that Is on my mind now Is to save the others involved in this crash." Andrews said he could satisfactorily explain all if given opportunity; that he had plenty of collateral when loans were made, and that If given a chance he could arrange the matters so that everybody would get his money. His railroad concession alone, he said, was sufficient to pay every cent the bank owes. He said his troubles began with the drop in Amalgamated and accumu lated as the market went down. "These criminal proceed...

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. — 14 February 1902

'(JcpyrigVited 1901, J. S. Trigg, Rockford, Iowa. Correspondence Solicited. Sheep averaged 60 cents lower In the Chicago market for 1901 than they did for 1900. The prize winning Hereford beeves at the Chicago live stock exposition, which sold for $1 per hundredweight, I were Texas cattle finished off on Ohio corn. A nor nnntntnlnir 1 000 hlinhels of wheat was unloaded at a western flour ! mill a short time ago. We can all re-1 call tne time wnen tuu ousneis oi wheat was considered a big carload. Milk dried and powdered is a new product which Is attracting some at tention. It Is claimed for it that it will keep indefinitely In any climate, Is easily handled and contains all the nutritious properties of liquid milk. Some wise man notes that high priced corn and healthy hogs almost always go together, the Inference be ing that If the hogs were fed less corn they would not be so subject to dis ease. There may be something In this. The mounted head of an old fashion ed long horned Texan...

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. — 14 February 1902

Cbc Professional World RUFUS L. LOGAN, B. 8. D. EDITOR TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One Year In Advance - - $1.50 Six Months In Advance - 1.00 Three Months In Advance - . .50 Sinirle CoDles ... .06 Special rates of $1.00 per year to ministers. Advertising Rates on Application. Job Work of all Kinds Solicited. Published Every Friday. Entered at the postotrlceat Colum- umbia, Mo., as second class matter, Jan. 15, 1902. Agents wanted in every town in the state. HESS or THE MISSOURI STATESMAN. Pay your subscription to the Professional World and save us the trouble of sending you a bill. See our premium offer in an other column. You should take advantage of it. It will cost you nothing to enter the contest. Sample copies furnished free of charge. Ocr thanks are due the follow ing named persons who have re cently subscribed for the Profess ional World : Prof. O. A. Coffin, Lincoln Institute, Prof. W. B Highgale, St. Charles, Prof. Vir gil Williams, Linneus, and the fol lowing named persons in C...

Publication Title: Professional World, The
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