From the Skidmore News (Skidmore, Missouri), February 10, 1921, page 1: Dray Business Changes Hands.George Barrett sold his dray and ice business to Ellis and Leslie Dawson last Friday, giving possession on Monday morning. No one knew a trade was… Read moreDray Business Changes Hands, 1921
Big business news from the Skidmore New Era of Skidmore, Missouri in the paper’s December 10, 1908 edition, page 1: Big Land and Store Trade.Armstrong and Covington have traded their large stock of general merchandise to Ernest Prang for 599… Read moreArmstrong, Covington, and Prang Business Deal, 1908
Advertisement reads, “Business Counsel. We are neither doctors, lawyers, nor professional experts in the affairs of business. But when a customer takes a notion that our experience may be helpful to him, and comes to us for business counsel, we… Read moreBusiness Counsel, 1908
From the May 27, 1915 Skidmore News, page 1: A New Business. Skidmore has been represented for some time with two business establishments which are conducted by ladies. Now comes Bess Worl and Julia Francisco and ask that they represent… Read moreBess Worl and Julia Francisco, Skidmore Businesswomen
From the Skidmore New Era, October 12, 1911, page 1: Called Home on Business. Willis Bagby of Liberty, Mo., who with his wife have been visiting relatives and old friends of this place the past two or three weeks, was… Read moreWillis Bagby Called Home on Business, 1911
Tom Watterson of St. Joseph opens a laundry business in Skidmore, Missouri in 1915.
Mrs. W. J. Skidmore, Mrs. G. L. Owen, and other ladies work to beautify downtown Skidmore, Missouri in 1921.
The Commercial Hotel entertained the business community of Skidmore, Missouri in 1924.
The Peden Sisters advertise their millinery business in Skidmore, Missouri in 1903. (Skidmore Standard newspaper)
The Kellogg, Price, Smith Mercantile Company gets a new home in Skidmore, Missouri in 1905. (Skidmore New Era)