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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 24 December 1904

SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. Vol. 4. BENTON, MO., DECEMBER 24, IS04. No. 5. It) tat wi iWrtj it f NOT MtV tWlfj t 'a fliD a! tabs Mkfe b istf r Mr fksA It) Mta)r1 f fc Uort ibo l Ifa. ni a)t 'J, cf aVlfort tt mtf atat tai at) MW MR tftttd JTU kifcti J tag) twjwi WW rfijratjei ttkft 8&J N b B pwli.fc? tyrt Ufecrq to t fy tod (".ij; ofpD&rli a SaMm.lrkb. bCirMfo fart jjii) . U H'l igp aqb E3 u faJ a tatu crsppii tg tlMtWlUQ cbtyn. Tart IriUS W a Baigt r jjt) iOJlc Cjn lr45 tri$ arjrt i caltf- JujJ Olcm bg'oJUi Hi? Yt an) on farajpratv aniciji) nif'n tn tpliem (5 Wll fltMti"' (Qw If ranif tstyii tit snjjfb war iiraj; frer,i llici (nlc cam ;f !;fp!.'fr?q satJ w to auo'4,vr lirt uj new fMij ark jBrtylffcwt. ar,i iff lily ftsl U R3f bjwjl jtWet fi;XLo;S tJl$ maSf lwwj tint; uj to ma? trity (joilf a; J finflflarn c lWJjMrpb. anil ifr pat?li;lijj tytyvsfyt jt) triyQ iVe ta) if m it ifa (?a3? kweq abrna d: tarlaj teVrfj Ira fcli (Ijfn), tf3n oil Hire tiiat lifart II tMuJnv) at fast OAVIOOAT....

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 24 December 1904

Ml W 58.. if.1' Scott County KicKer MUL A. BAnrica. rabHskoe. MNTOH. Jm MISSOURI I 1'? 1 it 1 It. If 1 if fa, &7 TOPICS OF THE DAT. Modern Veralon of Xerolsaa, The mikado la writing poetry. Tht rzar is singing nursery song. And the glorious war goes on. ..Uaalaad's Afrlcaa Ponaenatona. The British possessions In West Africa cover 600,000 square miles, con taining 20,000,000 negroes, and easily capable of producing a yearly cotton crop of 10,000,000 bale Ilnum for Kiiniiilon. There Is a general feeling that the president, while on the subject of ratl .ways. might have penned a few streu ous thoughts concerning the passen ger who Insists on occupying four scats. Vlm Mwort- oat According to the commissioner of In ternal revenue there was a decrease last year of ll.0fil.TC5 gallons In the production of whisky and miscella neous alcoholic drinks. Somebody must have sworn off. ItUing- to It OniMirtiiiiltlea. Panama has reduced Its postage and tariff, and In many other ways Is pre pari...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 24 December 1904

m"-rmMjiM kBS--. . '-. V v '! v Ttt!'BB Mrs. Anderson, a prominent society! Miss Betty's Christmas Gift By Hope Darino Let me icel To-day I yes, It Is the tenth. Just two woolte from to-morrow ia Christmas!" Mtis Betty E.ue, spinster, stood be fore a calendar which hung on her sit ting-room wall. She was a plump lit tie woman, upon whoso face a faded pink fluth still lingered. Her brown yes wero shy, and the brown hair rolled back from her brow was threaded with silver. , "Christmas!" she repeated, as aba vent back to her rocking chair. "I sup pose a Christian woman ought not to say tmch a thing, but I dread the day," and lilss Betty wiped her eyes. "I ought to be ashamed, and I am," he went on, rocking to and fro, "but It's dreadful never to have a Christmas Ilka folks who have a family. Now I'm not repining because I'm ai old maid. (or I never saw the man I'd think of, not (or years, anyway," the dull pink in her cheeks burned to crimson. "I haven't a relative in this part of the ...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 24 December 1904

ifV - ssssssssssssssssslflssslaflRRsssssBspasB ..S1WSBBBBBBB V 3 Is If 8 I I 8 m 1 T? )!!: $ Bcatlilliectaieiiiiteten: ' $ fWfff'yjP divests of old.io tus brother poor. g JJ t 9, IL I JHifll In Bethlehem that tTie OiiistdiiM aune. 1 1 mV ltir village haraesoC whafever name? f 1 Aluvery fair Isthe long hfgiway 1 LELyiKQQg pteces on Christmas Day. X E 1 Don't Forget "Peace on Earth; Good will toward Men." ...mTTM i One M Yon to Blam Should your friends be displeased with your CHRISTMAS OFFERING! Has the things that Please! Not only have we all grades of Toys and candies for the little ones, but also Bedroom Suits, Rocking: Chairs, Tables and Furniture of every kind, Dishes, Carpets, Rugs, Sewing Machines, Iron Bedsteads, Cooking & Heating Stoves, Pocket Knives, Queensware, Saddlery, Wagons, Buggies, Hats, Caps, Shoes, Boots, Clothing, Cloaks, Dress Goods, Guns, Amunition, Everything! The Millinery Department. Mesdames Earles & Leslie have on display a nice line of Xmas goods h...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 24 December 1904

JUGHT HAND SHOT OFF. l Meets With Heriew AccMeat. The people ot the county were star tied by the news from Commerce that AsBMsor-elect R. L. Back bad acckl entally abut hia right baud off. It seems that Mr. Bock was out for a aaatuad, while taking his gan from be rear of the boggy, the hammer aaghtjwith the usual result, tbeloud ang tftroBKO bis njrbt wrist. i arm waifatsputated between the elbow and wriet awl be is doing well. Mr. Bark is pritieipal of the Com metre pablic icbooi -and the newly elected assessor. Hence the loss of his right baad is a serious Mow to him. Special Term of Coaaty Court. A special term of county court is called to meet on December 30 for the parpo--e of examining the saloon petitions of Joe Merritt, Moriey, and 4. L. Daniel, Beaton. This will be the last session of the prasentcounty coait. w Those praying tbo ccurt to grant Kcense to Mr. Daniels are. Mate San ders, R. L. 8tabblekVld, Ban Beaton, Frank Kelly, John Martin, W. H. 11. Hatsofl. Belle Foraes, ...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 24 December 1904

8C0TT COUNTY KICKEK. Batocd nt the t.t o!5re in IVnton. -.. FMnsrr H. IKC -u;a la.iil mntlrr Subscription, - 1.(M Per Year. FmL A. Hakxkk. : Pablinher. FROM VANDUSBR. John Constock died at this place Monday nt the age of 48 year. He was a good man and waa well liked tiV tiui noinliiinrii Ifp vhn anm:irried hat leaves I w brothers and iimv.it to moara his death. W.J. Wallace lelt Wednesday for a vmt to home folks in Indian Territory. Mrs. IL T. Uayca of Ilati in hen viaitiHg friends at present. Don't forget the entertainment on the evening of the 24th. - We are glad to report that Mow Agnes Redman is better. Miss Enic TaadBser hasretBrned hoao from Parma, where she hud been visiting the past three weeks. T. E. Herder left us this week and moved vp near Oran, where he will make his fatarc home. TV hnv Mffliwr Hattirrinr niirht was qaitc' a success, the proceeds aaionrted to S4. There, are five new bosses now bc- tag erected here and it begins to loou we 'were having a boom. FROM CBOWD...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 7 January 1905

S8 Vol. 4. SET?' mm COUNTY KICKER. 7$ BENTON, MO., JANUARY 7, 1905. No. 6. 3M OBSERVATIONS BY THE EDITOR. -0-- The 'Captln of lndusti-y" Teach Us that 'Competition Is the Life of Trade Ana men K'mise to compete. something About the System. 0 hnm childhood-we am t.-tutzht thiit"competRlon'lstholtfe of trade." But, the men responsible, for tlie ' teaching of this doctrine refuse to practice what they ,preach. They refuse to corapoto. In their buslnesn they want no competition. If them were forty railroads run. nlniffroni Benton to St. Louis the passenger rate and the freight rate on each would bo the same. Thcro are many railroads running from St Louis to Chicago The rate on nil is the snmo. If you ask the ticket ngont nt Union station which is tho best route or the most direct routo ho dnro not answer. Hu represents them nil, and any favoritism shown by him to any lino would cost him his job. A few yeara ago I went to Mnr shulltown, Iowa. I asked tho ngent nt St. Louis for the bout n...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 7 January 1905

BssBBBBBBBBBBBBBBaPk besssE ft it: Scott County KkKer rut. a. HArxra, MNTOM. Alt. Firs, oa the 27th, did $10,000 dam Ma to business property At llla iRIdge, 111. Hon. Whltelaw Reld, It was an Bounced on the 27th, will succeed Jo seph M. Choate as ambassador to Great Britain. 1 Because of a technicality extradition papers for Dr. Chadwlck were refused Sheriff Barry of Cleveland, O., by Gov. Odell of New York. Count Casslnl, the Russian ambassa . (for to the United States, celebrated the fiftieth anniversary of his entry In to the Russian foreign service on the 2Sth. The carl of Suffolk and his bride, formerly Miss Daisy Letter, and Col. Colin Campbell and his bride, who waa Miss Nancy Letter, sailed for Europe on tho 28th. The recent capture of Rihlung moun tain by the Japanese permits the mounting of heavy guns, and gives them command of the city and harbor of Port Arthur. The farmers and merchants of Clay county, Ga., met. on the 28tb, at Fort Gaines, ami decided to burn their shar...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 7 January 1905

I -f3 I.llsft-MsiSSssV --A. f- SELF-FEEDER FOR POULTRY a Omt OenrtAlMiM far the Foml try Kaiser aad Is laajr to Supply. A perfection feed hopper U shown 1b the cut, hti the Orange Judd Farmer. It Is eight Inches vide, two and on half feet high, and three feet long. Tht root projects over the perch on which FEED HOPPER FOR POULTRY, the fowls stnd while feeding. Tht method of constructing the perchei and the weight and attachment ta'thi lid over the grain Is, clearly shown ia the picture. The weight on the ana should he adjusted to the size of the fowl. Thlsi box may be made of any length desired, but the height and width are about right. ENONOMY OF THE BEE. Little Story of Xow the Queen and Drones Cams to Be a Feature of Every Colony. At one time the bees were malo'and female In equal numbers. The Irre sponsible male buzzed about simply getting his own living, marrying and dying. The responsible female not only got her own living, but that of Tier children. Somehow, by and by, they c...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 7 January 1905

HOOK COUNTY KICKER. .) at tt. pMtofltMll B.Btoa.Mo. IwUH 1. 1M. u aauiaOlaM nail at : I'M v - BMA on mtxut tubacriptlon, 11.00 Per Year. tin PS i-ti. E&0 Ik, sr.:. f-'4 Pbl. A. Hafner, : Publisher. MAY INTEREST YOU. After extending to you my best wishes for the now year, it tuny in torest you to learn that a largo xaa Jorityaf the delinquent subscribers to the Kicker responded to the call. During December somo 250 showed their appreciation o! the paper's ef forts by giving it support. But I find that to clianjro he en tire business plan of a nwjinjier of large circulation is no .-nuili job. Already the work of ''culling" the names nasbesun. but it is imuossible to complete this work before mailing time. If von aro delinauent and re- celro a copy of this issue, you will please accept it ns a sample copy and an invitation to renew. You have been given notice of your de linquency, un J unless you renew bo fore the paper appears again it will bo taken to menu that you do.not want it...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 14 January 1905

SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. Vol. 4. BENTON, MO., JANUARY 14. 1905. No. 7, OBSERVATIONS BY THE EDITOR. o How Farmer Law-Makers Might Change Things and Make the Non-Producers Bend the Knee. --The Picture Reversed With the Farmer in the Saddle. militia ns In- nmy think proper.'' Whim tho Kicker begun It expos ures of conditions in Missouri three .yours ntro, tint fun wore found will ing -to credit ItH statements. Tho politician u nd their organs swept tlm charge aside iih the "Imtrginn tioiiH of a diseased and distorted mind." What uru these name organs and politicians saying todoy? Seeing that tlicjy can no longer fool tho people, with nno voice they proclaim ugulnst bribery and corruption. Even Gov. Dockery stepped down off Mm high perch and instead of repeat Ing that "boodle is not an Issue in Missouri," hosont u message to the legislature dcrluring that, bribery and corruption in publioiiffnir.- must be eradicated. Relieving that its readers are now thoroughly familiar with affairs in Mis...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 14 January 1905

Scott County KicKer PHIL. A. ttAncKB, PnbUsksr. BRNTON. i t MISSOURI SB . 1". Now watch the Japanese proceed grimly to fortify Port Arthur foi Keept. Atexleff, before the war started, ln formed the czar that Port Arthur could never be taken. Taking a lesson from Port Arthur, Ureat Britain may be expected to make a few Improvements at Gibraltar. Miss Ames, cf North Easton. Mass., has the finest collection of orchitis on the continent It Is worth around 1400,000. . Itudolf Ocnee, SO years old, nn etui nent German playwright ami historian, has been granted a pension of $500 a year by tho kaiser. A slncle policeman in Xcw York olty has In two years' time turned over to the clly 32S pistols laken from men who were illegally carrying them, t?ov. Douglas, of Massachusetts, has on his staff live generals, claht iol onels and lieutenant colonels and live majors, not to mention the captains and lieutenants. After a good deal of hesitation and some refusals, a poverty-stricken Italian count ha...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 14 January 1905

.-til SI I I 1 Happenings in Missouri. Teacher Wilt Heforms. The "Missouri Teachers' association adopted resolutions along the lines of reform which had been argued' during the session. The resolutions favored: 1. County supervision of schools in all the counties of the state, according to the law enacted therefor. 2. A liberal measure of compulsory education, leaving a choice of parents tad student In the selection of schools. 3. Consolidation of rural schools in order to make county high schools possible, recommending In connection with this state aid to high schools, that consolidation could be furthered. 4. Commending the establishment of the teachers' college at Columbia In connection with the Missouri unlver ttlty and urging the support of the same and the maintenance of well equipped normal schools. B. Some measure granting the priv ilege to towns to buy and furnish free text-books to pupils, though not di rectly favoring a universal free text book system. U. Legislation favo...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 14 January 1905

SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. tond at Of MMelNli Beaton. Ms., oa fMmwyl4,ltM,MMroBdlMi mall matter JUBT WATCH IT GROW. It is nut the custom ol the Kicker to make any loud and unusual nolso about Its business, but its growth is ho steady and so unprecedented in the history of country journalism that I feel it will interest mv friends to know about it. I do not intern! to keen this up, for the reading would soon become stale. Since the lust issue the Kicker him added 31 new subscribers and credited (tl renewal. Hero they are: Benton II N lVf. Audv CalberJ. J W Wilson, (5 W VeJi.i'.. "Lawrence Wangle. T J Piterleiu. .1 W Vonabk Mary (.Jungle. Conmierce .1 W Dauchcity, It 15 Heuchan, W B BeardsW, foiriipt Daugherty, Oscar Caldwell, John Chandler. Chus Hearing, J C Walker. Kelso-Dr 1' 11 William, Joe F Diebold, Louis Burner. J A Krn, Henry W-isimiollpr, Alois Felter, Jos lies. Frank Meaner, Mrs Mart Pfeffeivorn, Lstwrenee Sever. Heurv i'onipas, Frank Compos. Oran Kd L Miller, Mi Ara Fit. ley, Lmv...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 21 January 1905

SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. 1 Vol. 4. BENTON, MO., JANUARY 21, 1905. No. 8. OBSERVATIONS BY THE EDITOR. -o- Missouri Republicans Have u "Cardvvcll Case" of Their Own. Subscriber Says , Farmers Have Protection. ""Situation in Colorado. --Bryan on State Banks. Well, wclll Scarcely hud thu Ru-! brewers, wore next to testify. Rusch publican legislators warmed tlielr seats until a very bad odor, rivaling tlmt In tlio Curdwell case, wus SCOUtl'll. In Iho Cnrdwell case lb was shown tlmt Cook, Sotbert & Co. falsified tlu books of the stato committee, mid tlmt large sums collected from Rill Fhelps, tho brewers mid other Inter ests that were Interested In leglsln tion. wore wrongfully credited to "hide the shells." Last ww!: It jns openly charged in the legislature that t Ik; fiworn statement of Thos. K. Niedring house showed contributions by him self of 21. 000, and that an invesli Ration would reveal that the greater portion of this sum was contributed by St. Louis brewers, and that Mr. Niedri...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 21 January 1905

mm mMmmmmmtmmwmmmMSifm'jm.tmm 1 : V Jlv. Scott County Kidfer Mil. A. MAVNKB, FaMttkM tHWTOM. a I I M1M0OHL Psrsoas are killed at the rate of one tor every day In the year In the New Tork city streets by vehlclea. President Diaz, It Is reported, is po int to make a desperate attempt to prohibit bull lighting throughout his eountry. The bones of all flying birds are hot. low and Ailed with air, thus combin ing the greatest strength with the least weight New York city's government lives on borrowed money nine months of the year r.nd pays $2,000,000 In Interest for Its folly. There have been erected In Germany 194 memorials to Bismarck in the form of statues, busts, obelisks, etc., and 48 more are under way. If Mrs. Chadwick gets a five-year sentence, with the usual allowance for good behavior, wfco will say that her financiering was frenzied? Gen. Kuropatkln Is known as an au thor by his works on geography. He also is interested In the progress made from week to week in the sciences. T...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 21 January 1905

1, s I I I i -J V t I T I if PROVES GREAT POWE: When Regular Medical Treatment Felled, Dr. Williams' Pink Pills Cured Her Rheumatiam. Hundreds of pcoplo afflicted with then. tnatlsm have spent yean midur tho cm of excellent physicians in Tain. Tuen they have nettled down to the conviction that it is fastened on them for life. Mrs. Dinsmoro was tint willlug to join the ranks of tho hopeless merely because her doctor did not know how to help her. Hero is her story : " Pour years ago I suffered greatly with rheumatism in my hands nud knees. After I had been sitting a while my limbs scorned so heavy I could hard'.y walk on tho first attempt. Bo long M I kept moving I was all riant, but lust as soon as I stopped, something seemed to settlo in ray knees nud mako them ache. My hands wero so b.id I couldn't touch the palms of them on n flat surfaco; they wero swollen nmi pained so." "Did you call in a physician?" "I doctored steadily for over a yearj t hen ouo tlix:tor said : ' You havo tak...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 21 January 1905

m mm SCOTT COUNTY kICKER. Sttttcd nt tho paototBMln Denton. Mo., nu nernnry H, IMS, an mcouiI-ciiim mull matter v Iff Subscription, - 91.00 Tor Year. Vim,. A. llAi sEit. : Publisher. IfUN AT .lEKKERSQN CITY. Wediic.Jny the bitllotinjr for V. S Benator bcKiin ai .Mfi-iyon City. Ad vices -mytlintrinhtllrpublicnns li.iv, t)oltcl vNlp(lrin.Lrliuni. tho catuti notnlnro, mi'l t( tldnl-lock i-' the re sult. Di'inocrivN in 'the House lnve agreed with lioltii'i.- 1? 'imbllcni" to giv-. Si Mnii)iH'ti. - . ;iv l't'imbllcun Now . teh tlic fitn. PROM MACEDONIA. THE T.OIU5YIST GETS oilUEliS Uov. Folk Ii.h ;t liuWt i.f ilointr tiu proper tiling nl tin- pii'T time. On Tnesilny the prow dispatches report ed 11. u Col. Bill I'ltclp.-. of the .Mis Niuivi Pacific r 'ilv.ivy. had willed on the gowrnor to tell hint there was "liotlil'i' doiti'."' Wednesday thoic tlijtpati hew ii-pnri 1 Hie following Villi'- w-iii'd by tin- uovomor to gov ern corporation ntiorney who ore suaniit. d lobbyists: 1. On arriva...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 28 January 1905

, , ' i . ' v.. SCOTT COUNTY KICKER. Vol. 4. ENTON, MO. JANUARY 28. 1905. No. 9. la Hi OBSERVATIONS BY THE EDITOR. o- A Pssp at Wall StrMt Mtthods. How ths Financiers Touch" You.--Th Kicker Npt Opposed to Honestly Acquired Wealth.Senatorial Mess. Unjustly and unronsclously the country haa heaped a great deal of abase upon the government at Washington (or the many wrong that exist. As a whole, the people imagine we are governed from Wash ington. But we are not. We ntv governed from 36 Broadway, New York the home of Standard Oil. That is where presidents and other govornment officials are created. It is tho Incubator where United Htuti'K senators, congressmen, governors and stuto officials are hutched nut. Standard Oil, as known to the people, Is a gigantic corporation that has n monopoly on oils. There is tangle in tho name and the press of the country loses no time in pumping into, the public that, what ver Standard Oil touches turns to gold. Out thero Is another section of Standard...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Scott County kicker. — 28 January 1905

Scott County KicKer HUU A, BAnttR, Publisher. MNTOM. i I t MISSOURI. Kan's lit Ags. la New York city there It a club know as the One Hundred Year club. There are many well-known people la and out of New York who belong to ths club. They hold monthly meetings at which papers are presented by one or more members, and followed by general llscussion. The object of this club Is to study health. It Is their belief that by proper methods of living1 and due re gard for hygienic laws that a person should live a healthy and rigorous life for 100 years. They do not believe that man is old when he reaches 60 or that a woman should don a cap and take a back seat when she reaches 50. Fifty and 60 Is but the prime of life, say s Med ical Talk. Just the time that a man and woman has reached that maturity, that ripeness of experience that will enable them to give to the world their very best thought and work. The old Idea that after a person has reached a certain age they should be laid on the shelf...

Publication Title: Scott County Kicker
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
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