Gifts for Older People, 1911

We bring you this helpful shopping advice from the Model Drug Company of Skidmore, Missouri, as advertised in the Skidmore New Era’s December 14, 1911 edition. Hop in your time machine and visit T. C. Gray and Dr. J. E. Pierpoint for the finest thrifty presents.

Advertisement for the Model Drug Company in Skidmore, Missouri in December 1911 features illustrations of watches, watch fobs, watch chains, and pins. Text of ad follows.
Ad for “Thriftometers” in the Skidmore New Era, Dec. 14, 1911

The ad reads, “‘Thriftometers for older people than children. A full line of jewelry, the quality of which we guarantee. Watches ranging in price from one dollar up. Cut glass, Nippon Ware, silverware, safety razors, toilet sets, traveling cases, Bibles, books, pictures, fancy box paper, casseroles, mirrors, shelf clocks, albums, ‘Big Ben.’ The above gives you an idea, we have more. Come now and make your selections. We wish you a merry Christmas. Model Drug Co., T. C. Gray. J. E. Pierpoint.”

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