Advice from the November 26, 1908 Skidmore New Era (Skidmore, Missouri), page 4: Be Fair in All Things.D. R. Baker, Ed. New Era.Sir: — You asked me to contribute to the columns of your paper. I take the present opportunity… Read moreBe Fair in All Things
Wisdom from the Fulton Telegraph, as reprinted in the Skidmore New Era (Skidmore, Missouri), May 7, 1908, page 4: The man who has mastered his temper, disciplined his mind, schooled himself so as to conform to the amenities and pleasantries… Read moreBuilding the Edifice Called Success
Thoughts on wealth and value, as voiced in an editorial reprinted in the Skidmore News (Skidmore, Missouri) in its December 16, 1920 edition.
An item from an exchange printed in the Skidmore New Era urges the reader to persist.
An item from an exchange exhorts the reader to “cheer up.” From the January 4, 1906 Skidmore New Era, Skidmore, Missouri.
From the February 24, 1903 Skidmore Standard (Skidmore, Missouri), page 1: Grit Git Gumption These three qualities are very necessary to any young man who wishes to succeed in this world. He must have grit or he cannot hope to… Read moreGrit Git Gumption
The Stanberry Owl advises the readers of the Skidmore New Era (Skidmore, Missouri) not to sweat the small stuff in 1908.
The 1903 Skidmore Standard (Skidmore, Missouri) offers a New Year’s resolution for all.
Some advice from “wise women” in the Skidmore Standard (Skidmore, Missouri), 1904.
We’ll just let the editor’s words from the January 2, 1913 Skidmore New Era speak for themselves: A Happy New Year To All. To all our readers, young and old, we heartily wish for you a most prosperous and happy… Read moreA Happy New Year To All