Advertisement reads, “Have you an opportunity fund? Have you a fund deposited in a safe place, and always available, with which you can seize an opportunity if one is presented to you? This bank is a safe place for opportunity… Read moreOpportunity Fund, 1921
We hope all of us have plenty of surplus money this year. If you were looking for a place to store that surplus in Skidmore, Missouri in 1908, you would need to look no further than The Bank of Skidmore…. Read moreA Place for Your Surplus Money, 1908
We’ll let The Farmers Bank of Skidmore, Missouri be the first to wish you a joyous holiday season, as they did in the December 17, 1908 Skidmore New Era on page 3: Advertisement reads, “We wish you a merry Christmas… Read moreGreetings from The Farmers Bank
Fiscal advice from The Bank of Skidmore, as seen in the May 7, 1908 Skidmore New Era, page 5:
Few people pay bills with cash today. Here’s how the Bank of Skidmore saw things in the May 22, 1913 Skidmore New Era (Skidmore, Missouri): Ad reads, “Few people pay bills with cash these days. Our customers know this. A… Read moreBank of Skidmore, 1913
Advice from the Bank of Skidmore, as published in the March 11, 1909 edition of the Skidmore New Era, page 8: Elsewhere in that edition, we learn that banking was in the Linville line. From page 14: A few days… Read moreBetter keep your cash in this bank
The Bank of Skidmore (Skidmore, Missouri) reaches out to its potential customers in early 1912.
Ad for The Bank of Skidmore, Missouri, 1908.
Advertisement for the Farmers Bank of Skidmore, Missouri encourages women to open accounts in 1913.
Advertisement for the Bank of Skidmore, founded