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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Professional world. — 21 February 1902

PROFESSIONAL WORLD, .50 Per Year in Advance. COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, FEB. 21, 1902. VOL. 1, NO. 16. THE PRESIDENT CLARKE. New President Took Charge of Lincoln Institute -Was Science Professor in Wilberforce. Prof. Edward A. Clarke, the new president of Lincoln Institute ar rived from Wilberforce, Ohio, Monday and entered upon the du ties of the office this morning. He is well known here where he taught many years ago and his friends predict for him a success ful administration of the Institute. Prof. Clarke is a man of middle age, and is a thorough type of a college man. He was born in the President's house, in the college campus of Wilberforce University, which school was founded by his grandfather, Bishop Payne, in 1856. His father and mother both attended this school in Ohio before the war, and both taught in the school. His primary education, was all received at his mother's knee, and he entered at the a'ge of ten the preparatory course of the Uni versity. He graduated, B. 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. — 21 February 1902

V Professional World I'.l'FUS L. LOGAN, H. S. D Kdltor. COLVMBIA, I MISSOURI. ORDERS FOR THE FLEET. THEY ARE ISSUED BY ADMIRAL EVANS. All the Ships Ordered to be in Full Dress on the Hay of Prince Hen ry's Arrival Kaiser's Brother to be Greeted by Mighty Salute as the Steamer Passes tin- Line Visit to the Hohenzollern. New York, Fob. lit. Rear Ad mi nil Kvans today issued orders to the cap tains of the fleet concerning the duties on Washington's birthday, the day Prince Henry is expected to arrive The first orders direct that at S a. m. the vessels of the squadron will "full dress" ship and remain so dressed until sunset. At the meridian the national salute will be fired. When the Kron Prln. Wilhelm ar rives. Admiral Evans and staff will hoard her at or near quarantine. When the liner passes Admiral Kvans" squad ron the vessels will man the military tops, turrets and rails. A salute of 21 guns will be fired by each ship, the German flag being broken at the main 1 at the first gun. A...

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. — 21 February 1902

mm ' '"A " t - I I.. Copyrighted. ' 1901, J. S. Trigg. Rockford. Iowa. Correspondence Solicited. The neatly built stack or the mow ful of nice shredded corn fodder has this year become a common thing all through the corn belt. It is pretty well settled that corn planted on fall plowing will ripen from a week to ten days earlier than when planted on spring plowing. It costs $30 a year more to live than it did Ave years ago. If you have not had your wages raised this much in that time, you are worse off than you were then. Better attend to this right away and strike the old man for a raise. Late rulings of the postofflce depart ment shut out the circulation of fake weather forecasts from the privileges of second-class matter, and as a re Rnlt the country at large is benefited. We shall have just the same kind of weather as before, but the government will not be the agent whereby the fakir is able to catch and swallow the sucker. If you wish to destroy the grove around your orchard, tu...

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. — 21 February 1902

m Professional World RCFUS L. LOGAN, B. S. D. EDITOR TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One Year In Advance - - $l-f0 Six Months In Advance - - 1.00 Three Months in Advance - - .60 Single Copies - -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 postofflceat Colum umbia, Mo., as second class matter, Jan. 15, 1902. Agents wanted In every town in tho state. PXC Or THC MISSOURI STATESMAN SEND fifty cents in stamps and receive the Professional World for ,. . i , .. i lf three months and you will w.mt it all the year. The Nesrro teadirrs of Musoui i ehould have a teachers' employ ment bureau located in the central portion of the State and so manip ulated as to aid the rural district teachers in securing positions. We are glad to give the reader of this paper a sketch of the life of Prof. E. A. Clarke, the neA-ly elected president of Lincoln Insti tute. Judging from all reports President Clarke i...

Publication Title: Professional World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Professional world. — 28 February 1902

THE PROFESSIONAL WORLD, $1.50 Per Year in Advance. COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, FEH. as, 1902. VOL. I. NO. 1; The Poets. () what fine and lofty feelings, Ever in the poet's mind, Like the dreams of night ure stealing For in him a friend they find. For in him they know they're wel come, Even as a thief they come; He delights to give expression Love and cherish every one. Love and grief and desolation, Joy and pain, and hope, despair, Find in him a consolation That can not he found elsewhere. He's the chief, the king of nations, Doctor, lawyer, priest and seer ; Helps the high ami low in stations, . (Jives to h11 a word of cheer. Let us praise our ancient muses, Let us love our modern ones, Let the books the young one uses Come from God's inspiring sons. If yc want to see God's glory, 'Want to sit'around His throne, Want to hear that sad sweet story Told by His beloved Son, Let us listen to our poets As they sing redemption's song, For (Jod's love they surely know it, And with angels t...

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. — 28 February 1902

r Professional World PUFUS L. 1-OGAN, B. S. D.. Editor. COLUMBIA, t MISSOURI. LAUNCH OF THE METEOR NOTABLE EVENT OCCURS ON SHOOTERS' ISLAND. Miss Alice Roosevelt Christens the . Kaiser's Yacht, Which Glides Into Water Like Bird on the Wing President, Kaiser nnd Prince Hen ry Toasted at the After Luncheon Good Will in Speeches. Now York, Feb. 2i. In a driz zling rain tim! in the presence of a brilliant assemblage. amidst cheering and roar of camion the German emperor's new schoon er yacht, Meteor, was launched from Shooters' Island today. Unlike the weather the arrangements were perfect, and no untoward incident marred the occasion. President, Mrs. and Miss Rosevelt, Prince Henry and the distin guished party accompanying them were enthusiasticaly cheered on arriving at the platform built just back of the bow of the Meteor. Without delay, after the greetings were exchanged. Miss Roosevelt stepped forward and, taking hold of a silver cov ered bottle containing German cham pagne, broke ...

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. — 28 February 1902

C7 cpy righted 1902, J. S. Trigg, Rockford, Iowa. Correspondence Solicited.. We would not try to raise turkeys on the farm unless we lived at least one balf mile from a neighbor. .Cold storage creamery butter bought last June at 16 to 17 cents held and Bold in January at 19 cents does not seem to be a bonanza. A fruit box making machine has been invented which will make these boxes and baskets for a tithe of the former cost. The next thing will be a machine to pick the fruit, ana then we will all be happy. We saw a man haul in a load of oats, a little damp. In year 1886 and sell the load for $2.50. The same man hauled In a load the other day of the same number of buBhels and got $21.50 for 11. Times have changed. Passing by a poultry yard in the country not long since, we saw over 200 Buff Cochins in one flock, as pretty a night as we ever saw in the line of poultry, sleek, stately, peaceful and dignified' fowl, looking for all the world like a Methodist conference. Tho owner of a v...

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. — 28 February 1902

Cbc Professional Ulorld RUFC3 L. LOGAN, B. 8. D. EDITOR TEH MM OF SUBSCRIPTION. One Year In Advance - - - $1.50 Six Months in Advance - 1.00 Three Months in Advance - - .50 Single Copies ... .05 Special rates of fl.oo per year to ministers. Advertising Rates on Application. Job Work of all Kinds Solicited. Published Every Friday. Entered at the pontolTice at Colimi urnbia, Mo., as second class matter, Jan. 15, '.m. Agents wanted in every town in the state. ( OF THl MISSOURI STATESMAN. Our thanks arc due Mr. Jesse J. Mass, of Mexico, for subscription to the Professional World. Urn thanks are due to Hon. Fleetwood Gordon for subscription to the Professional World. Wk are glad to note that a nuni ber of our readers have assured us of their intention to patronize the business men who advertise in the columns of this paper, lty so do ing you will add to the success of this paper. A copy of the New Bloomfield News reached our desk last week. J It is a neat newsy paper, edited by R. R. Dun...

Publication Title: Professional World, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Professional world. — 7 March 1902

THE PROFESSIONAL WORLD, 1.50 Per Year in Advance. COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, MAR. 7, 1902. VOL. I. NO. 18. Notice. . All person who are interested in the success of The Professional World will show the same by pat t ronizing the business men who ad vertise in these colums. Prof. Jackson Appointed. A special from Colorado Springs eays: "Prof. J. II. Jackson, form erly president of Lincoln Institute at Jefferson City, Mo., hns been armointed clerk in the office of county assessor here." purely chan cteristic March days. If the first thxee days of March gov ern the month we may expect a smooth ending for March after a rough beginning. Once more Fulton is almost free from small pox. All business suf fered as a result of the disease. Miss Anna Evans has just re turned from her school where she had a very successful session. Monday stock sales were largely attended. A larce number of mules and a few horses were sold. Albert Wilhite ami Cannie Gray, Rocheport. Archie Lee Daly and Hallie C...

Publication Title: Professional World, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Professional world. — 7 March 1902

y,., x 'Professional World PFFUS L. LOO AN, B. S. D., Editor. COLUMBIA. MISSOURI. GLAD HAND FOR PRINCE MILWAUKEE ROYALLY WEL COMES HENRY OF PRUSSIA. Governor, Mayor and German Lead ers Voice Greetings, and Mighty Chorus Raises Voices in Song' City Magnificently Illuminated in Honor of the Distinguished Vis itor Prince Henry Finishes Tour I Milwaukee. Wis,. March r. Milwau kee was host to 1'rinee Henry for six hours this evening, and Rave him a re ception highly enthusiastic: ami enter tainment that was unique. His train .canie at 4 o'clock, anil at 10 o'clock he was away again on the long run to Nia gara and New Rutland. The interven ing time was given to the reception and entertainment of the royal visitor. It began with a drive through the business and residential districts in a review hefore a crowd of 200.01111. Then there was a public reception at which Governor LnFollette and Mayor Rose voiced official welcomes ami the united singing societies raised their voices in a mighty c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Professional world. — 7 March 1902

OA . ,j . i r. 1.:" GpyricjVitecl '' 1002, J. S. Trigg, Kockford, Iowa. Correspondence Solicited. We ate part of a chicken, the other day, which was a child of th sun. It was hatched out last July in an egg case. There are lots of men just as greedy to hold their farm produce for still vii i , , , a higher prices when prices are almost out of sight as when their stuff was belling below the cost of production There Is a peculiar connection be- tween i poor farming ami mortgages. Whether tae poor farming makes the iiiui ur uitt mui iguge wie poor farming has never been quite clear to us. Where the milk cow is out getting her living in the stalkfield and the hen Is roosting In the cotton wood tree by the barn, there the dairy and poultry busi ness doesn't pay. and the mortgage on the place is quite likely to be sized up by the amount the owner can borrow on his land. When In any doubt as to the moral quality of eggs In the shell. It is better to break them into the frying pan for jrour...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Professional world. — 7 March 1902

De Professional Ulorld BUTTJ8 L. LOGAN, B. S. D. - EDITOR TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. On Year In Advance ... $1.60 Six Months la Advance 1.00 Three Months In Advance - - .50 Single Copies ... .05 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 postofficeat Colum umbia, Mo., as second class matter, Jan. 15, 1902. Agents wanted in every town In the state. If you have ordered the Pro fessional World and fail to re ceive it, we will consider it a great favor if you will notify us at once. The Negro State League of Mis souri meets next week in St. Joseph, Mo. Next week we trust they will give an expression rela tive to the World's Fair. Everybody should read the Professional World. It con tains all the latest news and arti cles from the pens of our most intelligent men. We are glad to note that so many of our Columbia readers in form us that they are so well pleased with the Professional Wo...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Professional world. — 21 March 1902

PROFESSIONAL WORLD, 3 $1.50 Per Year in Advance. COM." TKIA, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, MAR. 21, 1902. VOL. I. NO. 20. THE V THE OLD SOLDIER TALKS. in the im- Says He Does Not Believe White Teachers Being Em ployed in Negro Schools. Jefferson City, Mo., Mar. 15, 1902. Quite an interesting discussion took place in the Monroe House office tonight while a number of persons were waiting to hear who had been nominated on the two city tickets. Among those gather ed was an old soldier who did not seem to be so much interested in the result of the two conventions as in other things. "1 never thought," said the old soldier, "that when I gave twenty dollars T.a1 4-..-4- 41..1 1 1 i- -,rt,1rt I BMU. uuttl .uuuui uui ,uuu Lincoln institute pointing to jancoin institute j muu 1 was helping to start a school where white teachers would be hir ed to teach instead of colored ones Yon see it was jes like this, we had jes got back from the war and had all been set free and thought it. wmild be n. nice thini? t...

Publication Title: Professional World, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Professional world. — 21 March 1902

Professional World HlTUS L. LOGAN, B. 3. D., Editor. COLUMBIA. : MISSOURI. CUBA WILL BE FAVORED REPUBLICANS DECIDE FOB RE CIPROCITY. Fifth Conference on Subject Results in the Adoption of the Ways nnd Mean Proposition Providing for Twenty Percent Reduction Life of Concession to Expire in Decem ber, 1903 Proceedings at Session Washington. D. C. March 19. The ways and means proposition for recip rocity with Cuba to the extent of 20 per cent reduction of duties, modified by the Sibley amendment, limiting the lifetime of the reduced rates to Decem ber. 1903. was adopted by the Repub lican' conference tonight by a vote of 85 to 31. Detailed Procedinge. Washington. I). C. March 19. The fifth meeting of the Republican mem bers of the house to harmonize differ ences on the Cuban reciprocity was held tonight. Both Chairman Payne, for the ways and means committee, and Representative Pick, for the opposition. Mated that the conferees had been un able to agree upon a settlement. Rep resentative...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Professional world. — 21 March 1902

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Professional world. — 21 March 1902

Cbe Professional World BUFCS L. LOGAN. B. S. D. EDITOR TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One Year in Advance - - - $1.50 Six Months in Advance 1.00 Three Months in Advance - - .50 Single Copies ... .05 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 postofllceat Colum- umbia, Mo., as second class matter, Jan. 15, 1902. Agents wanted in every town in the state. PRCSa OP THE MISSOURI STATESMAN A Certain negro newspaper in tins state ehould remember tbat it ia a breach of editorial courtesy to copy editorial from other papers without giving them credit for the same. When persons write to other persons about matters which are of no interest to the persons to whom they write and expect an answer they should enclose the neccessary postage. Our thanks are due the follow ing named persons for recent sub scription to the Professional World Mr. W. II. Turner, Mrs. Charles Baker. Miss Fannie Johnson, o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Professional world. — 28 March 1902

PROFESSIONAL WORLD. $1.50 Per Year in Advance. COLUMRIA, MISSOURI, FRIDAY, MAR. J8, 15)02. VOL. I. NO. 21. THE EASTER SERVICES. All of the churches have pre pared special exercises to be ren dered on Sunday. The following are the programmes which may be clipped and used by those attend ing these exercises : M. E. Church, 11 a. m. Chorus Hallelujah. Prayer Brother Gosline. Chorus and march School. Responsive reading. Recitation Mary Rolley. Solo Mrs. Jennie Colbert. Dialogue Four Girls. Chorus Speed the Light. Recitation Minnie Peach. Select Reading Zetta Scott. Trio Misses Diggs, Mason and Burton. Recitation Stella Freeman. Recitation Mattie Fields. Recitation Jazo Peach. Chorus Ship of Zion. Recitation Austine Freeman. Select Reading Mrs. Washing ton. Recitation Georgia Diggs. Chorus and March "On to Vic tory." A. M. E. Church. Hymn Choir. Scripture Reading Rev. P. C. Crews. Lord's Prayer, chanted Choir. Paper Miss L. Walker. Address E. W. Emory. Recitation Nannie Carter. Solo Miss...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Professional world. — 28 March 1902

7 Professional World RUFUS Lt. LOGAN, B. 8. D., Editor. COLUMBIA. : MISSOURI. CUBA FOR THE CUBANS TRANSFER OF GOVERNMENT SET FOR MAY 20. Secretary of War Issues Order to Gen eral Wood for the Withdrawal of American Troops Except Small Artillery Force Cuban Congress to be Convened and New Govern ment to Assume Obligations. Wanhington, D. C, March 20. Secre tary of War Root this afternoon made public the order to General Wood di recting him to turn over the control of the government of Cuba to its people on May 20 next. The order requires the euban government to assume all the treaty obligations, and directs General Wood to continue a small ar tillery force to avoid leaving the isl and entirely defenseless until the Cu han government shall have opportun ity to organize its own force. General Wood is also directed to convene the Cuban congrefcH before May 20. and al so to consult with 1'ivsident-elect Palma and MibMitute such persons as he shall desire for those now holding official po...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Professional world. — 28 March 1902

tniEmsiniDi for 5 Cent Cigar Presents your Save )- I !Sp fiRM;- I r-t (Copyright, 1901, by J. S. Trigg.) Rock ford, la. Correspondence Solicited. If you plant Juneberrles. you may be sure that the birds will get every berry unless you cover theni up. For all practical purposes it may be said that genius is just another name for hard, persistent work. Denmark has 1.032 co-operative creameries, making $33,000,000 worth of butter each year. The good hired girl is dead sure to get married just about the time the family which employs her thinks it is fixed just right. It is a way hired girls have. The skunk is one of the nuisances of settlement and civilization. There are a hundred of these beasts now where there was one when the country was first settled. A piece of land in the city of New York sold recently at a price which if you could realize the same figure for your quarter section farm would bring you in the sum of $562,324,000. The Danish Baldhead cabbage la rec ommended to us as ...

Publication Title: Professional World, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Professional world. — 28 March 1902

Cbc Professional World BUFCS L. LOGAN, B. S. D. EDITOR TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One Year In Advance - - - 1.50 Six Months in Advance - - 1.00 Three Months in Advance - - .50 Single Copies ... .05 Special rates of fl.ix) per year to ministers. Advertising Kates on Application. Job Work of all Kinds Solicited. Published Every Friday. Entered at the postoillceat Coluin umbla, Mo., as second class matter, Jan. 15, 11402. Agents wanted in every town in the state. PRCS Of THC MISSOURI STATESMAN Our thanks are due the follow ing named persons who have paid subscriptions to this paper: Miss Flora Wright, Sedulin, Mo., Prof. II. P. Thompson, of Iligginsville, Prof. J. II. Bias, of Lincoln Insti tute, Jefferson City Mo., Mrs. Rosa Marshal and Mrs. Rachel Salis bury, Columbia. A number of the tiiombers of the alumni association of Lincoln In stitute met iu Jefferson City last week and took steps towards the establishment of what is to be known as Founder's Day to be ob served by the alumni assoc...

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