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Practice rracllcallnstructfon Instruction Given in Darylng DarylngOrchard DaryIngOrchard DaryingOrchard
Orchard Growing Chemistry o cif Soils Soilsand Sallsnd Soilsand
and nd Export Gardening Constant De Demand Demand ¬
mand for Graduates and Good Sal Salaries Sa SarJes Salaries ¬
aries rJes Offered OrforodTllhgee y V VTikfgee y yTII
Tikfgee TII legee Ala Special SpeciaLNone None of the therk theII therk
rk II if I If the Tuskegee Normal Norm l and In Inirial InIntitute
irial Invtitute has proven more suc suclul sucilll suciul
lul than tin work done in the AgriIepartnunt Agri Agrimiral AgriIII
miral III r1I Department Dtpu tn1lnt and that t h3t under the thei theoi then
i n i vi iion > km oi < the Agricultural Experi Experiut
ut Station Stat ion established tahli hed by the Legis Legislature Legis11turc Iegistaturc ¬
lature of the State of
Alabama in con coni cond coniUVll
< iUVll i d lion tJl with the school schUolThe
The chief aim of this department is ismake isIllakl isuldke
make the I he instruction practical as well wellorient welltjellit wellrientitic
orient tjellit rientitic ific e From the beginning of the
Loo I Hil special s clal prominence has been giv givto givto
to all forms tonus of work connected connect d dnrlrittion with withcllriration vithcultivation
cultivation of the soil Alc AI > j ji Is 5
i I cent r nt of fthe the colored color d 1
peo peon 1 1itir 1 f fce fceutir
utir live in III the cote cotmtV countp countpfarmers ltr ltrfarmers < p
< tanners farmers and andi andppurt I Iphon
phon i iM > n th thl
Ud it
a f8rn
cn by byt Elylarm
iiirm in n rail railL ras rasn rai raimg
t rmi
n L ing for f foi < > stock fruit fruitproducts frmtproduc fruitproducts
products produc products to to become beco e innd in innd innd =
nd successul l farmers In IniLiitlid InIllI
undid IllI id modern building bl lding the theiinstrong thelIbtrong thenutrong
iinstrong Memorial M niorial Agricultu Agricultuding Agricultuding Agricultuding
ding it is named costing about aboutwas aboutJ aboutwa
J wa was built and equipped equipp d for forboth forth forI
both I th practical and scientific scientificAbout scientificAbout scientificAbout
About the same timethe timetheStateof time the theState thef
< State Stateof of Alabama es esagricultural es1gri esagricultural
agricultural 1gri llltural experiment experimentc
r c oMectKa ta ti n with the school schoolpast schoolpa
I past pa year r two two wings were wereuildi wereJ wereIi1dit
J > + uildi d < til > < ata ate t3 cost of 5000 5000quati 5000nJuall 5000yuatc
quati laboratory and mu muuro m mrl mue
e uro rl ded Under the dic di diof dlof
c of this department departmenti
> i < < 1 II m the laboratory and 3ndj andff1
1 i Tiu ff1 laboratory lab ratory work isis is isi isunderstood
i is understood by the thensists therists
< nsists in in the main main of ofh ofh o oil
h various trioU5soils soils for the purf pur purIri
1 Iri lr si 1 ghat fh3tele hat elements i nts need be ber bec ber
r c to make 13ke them more moreenables moreenables snoreenables
enables the students to toflection toI
I l I r election lection of fertilizers fertilizerstlso fertilizerstho
tlso tested to find their theiretds theirrtds theiretds
etds rtds are tested to find findd findtd findtd
td d to fat to milk or to tor tor
r t L > also practical pmctic3lanalsis pmctic3lanalsisductsmilk analysis analysisducts analysisductsmilk I
ducts ductsmilk milk butter and andcomprehensive 3ndoomprehei1s andcomprehensive
comprehensive oomprehei1s e study of ofu ofi
u 1 live forage plants All AllJa AllUflwledge
Ja 1 < Uflwledge wledge is carried daily dailyfind
ind into the practical practicaltrious practicalfious practicalErious
trious divisions of the de dethis dethi dethitiay
thitiay this thi way 1y the technical technicalthe technicallne technicalthe
the labpVatorjr laboratory labarator is worked workeds
s and andin andinthe in the products of ofden ofden ofden
den and and orchard From Fromrfive FromI Fromvfive
I rfive five1 fcows vs vsare > fare are milked milkedir milkedpil milkedirydivi
pil ir irydivi ll iyision Vipion ion The milk milkii
The Peerless AfroAmerlcsvn Afro American Comedian SongWriter Sony Writer Vocalist and Dramatlst Dram Drarnextlst Dramatfst
I extlst To Star in My Friend From Georgia U
from these cows is used to prove the ex experiments experiments experitnents ¬
periments of the laboratory and also alsosupplied alsosupplied alsosupplied
supplied to teachers and students as milk milkand milkand milkand
and butter in in the students mitt aiid lq teachers teachershome teachershome teachershome
home departments Tuskegee butter has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been called by competent judges excel excellent excellent excellent ¬
lent both in in appearance and quality qualityThe qualityI qualityThe
I The orchard and truck garden arc re also alsoused alsoused alsoused
used for practical results Budding Buddinggrafting Buddinggr3fting Buddinggrafting
grafting trimming and the care of ofplants ofplant ofplants
plants > and trees are taught always al ways with witha
i a view of supplying fruit and vegetables vegetablesfor
I for the school Some splendid results resultshave resultsI resultshave
I have come from the agricultural de department department department ¬
partment and are set forth in bulletins bulletinsissued bulletinsissued bulletinsissued
issued by the experiment station stationThe st3tionI station stationThe
I The institution owns twentylive twentyfi hundred hun hundred hundred ¬
dred acres of land of which fifteen hundred hun hundred huni ¬
i dred acre 3 acres e are divided into two farms farmsknown fannsknown farmsknown
known as the Home Farm and Mar h Mar Marshall far farI ¬
I shall Farm The The Home H me Farm is used usedto usedto usedto
to raise vegetables vegct3bl s fruit poultry cows cowshogs cowshogs cowshogs
hogs and horses The Marshall Farm Farmis Farmis Farmis
is three miles from the school and contains con contains contains ¬
tains eight hundred acres of land Upon Uponit
it are raised mainly heavy grain pota potatoes potatoes potatoes ¬
toes sugar pane peas etc tosupply the theboarding theboarding theboarding
boarding > department of the school schoolVegetables schoolVegeta schoolVegetables
Vegeta Vegetables les are also so rajsed r ed in great greatabundance gr greatabundance t tabundance
abundance upon it This farm is JS cul ¬
tivated entirely by students A night nightschool nightschool nightschool
school is carried on at the MarshallFarm Marshall MarshallFarm Marsha1Farm
Farm eleven months in the ear earThere parThere earThere
There has been added to the agricultural agricul agricultural agricultural ¬
tural department work in dairying dairyingpoultry dairyingpoultry dairyingpoultry
poultry raising horticulture and flori floriculture floriculture floriculture ¬
culture for girls The experiment has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been tried the past two years with ex excellent excellent excellent ¬
cellent results re u1ts A Alarge large majority of the theyoung theyoung theyoung
young women who come to Tuskegee Tuskegeeare
are the daughters of colored farmers farmersliving farmerslivinj farmersliving
living on small plantations How little littlebenefit littlebenefit littlebenefit
benefit the people of that class get from fromgardens fromgardens fromgardens
gardens one has only to travel through throughthe throughthe throughthe
the country districts of the Southern SouthernStates SouthernStateS SouthernStates
States to see If they have a garden at atall at atall
all it is apt to be choked with weeds and andother andother andother
other noxious growths With every ad advantage advantage advantage ¬
vantage of soil and climate and with withste3dy a asteady asteady
steady market if they live near the city cityor cityor cityor
or large town few of the colored farm farmers farmers farmers ¬
ers get any benefit from this one of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the most profitable of all industries industriesThe industriesTh industriesThe
The Th girls in the various agricultural di divjsionshave diY divisions
vjsionshave Y visions sions hav have as > careful training as do dothose dothose dothose
those in any of the other industries sciences scir scirences sci sciences
ences and and arts taught IH here re This work workis workis workis
is carried on in connection with the theContinued theiI theiCo theCoatlaued I
Continued Co da ed oa 00 Dr fourth lounhpijS past pastc r rj rj
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His Brilliant l Past and na Some Plans
for Evon Higher ResultsNegro Act Actors A t tors s sors
ors Can Rise by Superior
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Our readers will
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the tJ accompanying accom anin ir r d s Ic 1It e fapwlla t at 31J1 31J1Jt
it r Jo > trfrtt prince prince of entertainers entertainers s
Mr Ernest Hogan While classified as asa asa asa
a comedian and funmaker he has exhib exhibited e hib hibited ¬ 4 4ited
ited a remarkable dramatic talent and andmany rindmany andmany
many and varied ariedhave have been the favor favorafcU favorrbl4
afcU I omjnjejit uJJ m tpts I1Jt J tsnderul tendered de1 his high concep > ¬ 1 t tLion
tion Lion and atv am arlJot1C < < tk ftyrmr nrplQL rte nboC Vr lezUimate lezUimateroles l = itim at atroles J
roles His tltaty ft ttatadtttbility7ui ttt < < < da ttbillty rtbi1 ty rU 8tffa 8tffajunction L Ljunction + t
junction with hi Jt hilr iitrvertcy1 eicy eitc lealoushels lealoushelsand tealousne aIQusn st st3ud S Sand
and remarkable v < tiWfijv ti1i talit stamps hnjrj hnjrjas hi hias
as an artist of the front rank in his hischosen hischosen E Echosen °
chosen profession He is a naturalborn naturalbornleader naturalhornl naturalbornleader
leader l ader and his powers of organization organizationand
and executive exec tive ability cannot be gain gainsaid g3insid gainsaid ¬
said By a strict adherence to details detailsa r ra
a due regard for the attainment of perfectionand per perfection perfectionand ¬
fection fectionand and his personal magnetism magnetismMr c cllr
Mr Hogan has conceived and produced producedsome producedsome producedsome
some remarkably clever performances performanceswith performanceswith performanceswith
with companies composed mainly ofmateurs of ofamateurs i iamateurs
amateurs who had given no previous previoussigns previoussigns i isigns
signs signs of talent Indeed not a few of ofour ofour ofour
our recognized performers of today owe owetheir owetheir a atheir
their present success to the intelligent intelligentand intelligentand intelligentand
and painstaking efforts of Ernest Hogan HoganHe Hoganlie ogan oganHe
He has achieved some distinction as an anauthor an3uthor a aauthor
author and playwright several of the thebest thebest thebest
best acts in Vaudeville having emanated emanatedfrom emanatedfrom emanatedfrom
from his facile pen and one play Old OldTennessee OldTennessee OldTennessee
Tennessee which while financially a afailure afailur afailure
failure was 351 an artistic success su ceS5 and is islikely islikely islikely > >
likely to be included in Mr Hogans Hogansrepertoire Hogansrcpertoire i irepertoire
repertoire next season His possession possessionof
of the happy faculty of giving giving the public publicwhat publicwbat I Iwhat
what they want and when they want it ithas ithas itllas <
has stood him well and an4ha has been instru instrumental ¬
mental mental in popularizing ins every vocal vocalpublication r rpublication r rpublication
publication Prominent among his pro productions productions ¬ f
ductions maybe may be mentioned Keep Dem DemGolden DemGolden J
Golden Gates 9ates Wide Open What V are areYou t i I M
You Gwine to to Tell Massa Peter Two TwoLittle TwoLittle TwoLittle
Little Eyes of oCHlue of Blue Sweet Little Kate KateMcCoy it l lMcCoy I
McCoy McCo All Coons Look Alike to toMe to1fe r rMe
Me Sit Down Brophv Honey You YouMade YouMade YouMade
Made a Hit With Vith Me Come Back and andIll andIll 1 1Ill
Ill Be Good Cq d The Th Pas Ma La I IDont IDont
Dont Like Lik That Face You Wear V ear De DeCongregation DeCongregation e econgregal1onVlll f
Congregation congregal1onVlll Will Please Please Keep Their TheirSeats v I
Seats and The Phrenologist Coon CoonA CoonA r rA
A brief sketch of Mr fr rfoeans per personal ¬ f fso f fsonal =
sonal so nal history will i1l prove plO e interesting to allwho all allwho I 4 4who
who have enjoyed his effervescent hu humor humor ¬ I Imor
mor or who have hummed his catchy catchyairs catchyairs t =
airs He was born at Bowling Green GreenKy < t tKy p pKy
His mother Mrs MrsLouisa MrsLouisa g gLouisa
Ky June 24 1865 i
Louisa Crowdus is ishaie hale and hearty and andlives andlives j jlives 1
lives at Bowling Green today toda y in in a beau beautiful beautiful ¬ 1 1t
tiful t uJ home the gift of her favorite son sonErr s m mErl1
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prel preltnal pJe pJemal pzea1
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