Business news from the September 7, 1911 Skidmore New Era (Skidmore, Missouri), page 4: The New Firm Ready for Business. The Miller Mercantile Company, the new firm which is to occupy the Kellogg building will open up their store Saturday,… Read moreMiller Mercantile Company, 1911
Advertisement for “all kinds of safe and sane entertainments” in Maryville, Missouri in 1910.
Charles E. Owens of Skidmore, Missouri buys an E. M. F. five-passenger touring car in 1911.
Miss Beryl Taylor, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Taylor of Graham, Missouri, married Mr. Edwin Wyman Trapp, son of Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Trapp, on June 19, 1911. The couple then lived in San Jose, California.
Misses Minta and Babe Howden and Edith Porter left Skidmore, Missouri for an extended trip across the western part of the U.S. in 1911.
Miss Helen Hutt celebrates her birthday with friends in Skidmore, Missouri in 1911.
The C. J. Rees hardware store in Burlington Junction, Missouri, is burglarized by Parnell Greenelch in 1911.
Advertisement for the Skidmore Meat Market, Skidmore, Missouri, 1911.
Miss Anna Linville is given a surprise party by her Sunday School class in Skidmore, Missouri in 1911.
E. S. Hester recounts the impressive second annual reunion of the Linville family in North Carolina in 1911.