Advertisement for a sale of farm implements in Skidmore, Missouri, in 1906.
Mr. and Mrs. Pinkston leave Skidmore for a western trip in 1901. Along the way, they visit Celia Hutt and her sister Mrs. B. E. Wood.
The Skidmore Standard team watched the efforts of the Skidmore Improvement Association with keen interest and often supported the group’s ideas, as we see in this report from the June 15, 1900 Skidmore Standard, page 1: Shall We Have a… Read moreTown Well
Seems like the ukulele is coming back into fashion, but maybe we should consider the mandolin, instead. It was all the rage in 1901, and the Skidmore Mandolin Club held an event to boost its budget. The reviews were favorable,… Read moreMandolin Club Musicale