W. L. Diggs opens his new brick business building in Skidmore, Missouri to the community in 1900.
W. L. Diggs builds a new brick building in Skidmore, Missouri in 1900.
W. R. Linville adds a brick building to Skidmore, Missouri’s downtown in 1899.
Skidmore, Missouri contemplates improvements to its band stand in 1912.
The Kellogg, Price, Smith Mercantile Company gets a new home in Skidmore, Missouri in 1905. (Skidmore New Era)
W. R. Linville plans a new business building in Skidmore, Missouri in 1899.
Progress, as reported by the January 12, 1900 Skidmore Standard: Do We Boom? Do We Build? A Prosperous Year for Skidmore If the building and improvements of a town are any indications of its prosperity, Skidmore has certainly prospered in… Read moreDo We Boom?
We usually take such things for granted these days, but 1904 Skidmore was without up-to-date city utilities. The Skidmore Standard frequently lobbied for such work to begin, as we see in this example from its April 4, 1904 edition: An… Read moreWater Works