Advertisement announcing changes in the Kellogg, Price, Smith Mercantile Company of Skidmore, Missouri in 1906.
Skidmore, Missouri residents J. F. Kellogg and Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Linville visit Florida in January 1918.
“When we cut the price, the bottom falls out.” J. F. Kellogg meant business when he announced his clearing sale in the November 10, 1899 Skidmore Standard. Ad reads, “Kellogg’s Clearing Sale. We are going to move in a few… Read moreKellogg’s Clearing Sale, 1899
From the May 22, 1903 Skidmore Standard: Burglars in Skidmore. Kellogg, Price & Smith’s Store Robbed — The Lock On Barrett Hitchcock & Montgomery’s Tampered With — The Depot Also Entered. Tuesday night some party, or parties broke into Kellogg,… Read moreBurglars in Skidmore
We’ve made it through the pre-holiday sales, the post-holiday sales, the January sales, the Valentines and Presidents’ Day Sales, and we’ve bought our Easter bonnets. What’s next, you ask? Spring and summer suits for the men and boys from the… Read moreGenuine Bargains
Front page news from the May 4, 1905 Skidmore New Era: That Frisky Goat It is surprising what a frightened goat will do. One showed some of the people, who were on the street Wednesday of last week, what could… Read moreGet his goat
Skidmore merchants often posted notices asking customers to settle their accounts at the end of a year. J. F. Kellogg had his own plainspoken approach to this kind of notice in the April 15, 1904 Skidmore Standard: Notice I am… Read morePlain Language