Advertisement reads, “Home-made Candies. Beginning Monday, December 19th, there will be HOME-MADE CANDY on sale at the Model Drug Store. Orders taken for Christmas Candy. Phone your order early. Prices Reasonable. Mrs. Hill and Mrs. Culley.”
Delicious options at Stokes & Son Lunch Goods and Confectionery, as advertised in the December 17, 1908 Skidmore New Era of Skidmore, Missouri, page 2: Advertisement reads, “Stokes & Son, Lunch Goods and Confectionery. We take pleasure in presenting to… Read moreStokes and Son, 1908
Advertisement for J. L. Trapp and Son confectionery in Skidmore, Missouri in 1907.
M. A. Wilke & Co. of Skidmore, Missouri advertise the very finest sodas and confections for sale in 1905.
M. A. Wilke opens a restaurant with a first-class short order cook in Skidmore, Missouri in 1905.
The much-talked-about soda fountain slated for Mr. Wade’s establishment in Skidmore, Missouri arrives in May 1904.
M. A. Wilke & Co advertise fine ice cream sodas, sundaes, and confections for Ladies and promise to serve the Hungry in a manner up to date.
H. E. Burnam advertises his Skidmore confectionery, which offered something new and lunches at all hours, in the September 7, 1900 Skidmore Standard:
G. L. Shultz tried his hand at the confectionery business in Skidmore in 1899. He sold the business to John Gray later that year.
How hot is it? Just about as hot as the day reported by the July 12, 1901 Skidmore Standard: A man on the out-skirts of Windfield was carrying a bottle in his hip pocket the other day, when his clothes… Read morePants on Fire