Skidmore, Missouri’s mayor, W. R. Linville, gives the town a piece of his mind in 1905.
The Skidmore (Missouri) Standard weighs in on sidewalk improvements in town in 1903.
The editor of the Skidmore Standard was heavily invested in the reputation, success, and business future of his town. After all, the town was named for his ancestors. This interest frequently led him to report (and often chastise the town)… Read moreTown Improvements
The Skidmore Standard and the paper that followed it, The New Era, frequently devoted column inches to the state of the town’s sidewalks. When most of the town’s customers travel on foot or by horse and wagon, good sidewalks and… Read moreSidewalk Clean-Up
Hear ye, hear ye! Skidmore’s Ordinance No. 46 was approved on this date in 1903. Ordinance No. 46 An ordinance on sidewalks Be it ordained by the board of aldermen of the city of Skidmore, Mo., as follows: Section 1. … Read moreOrdinance No. 46