Good Shoes and Good Flour, 1908

If you’re seeking deals on shoes and flour, look to Skidmore, Missouri’s store of the people, Barrett, Stoolfer & Owens store, as we see in their ad from the April 16, 1908 Skidmore New Era:

Ad, Good Shoes and Good Flour. Text follows.
Skidmore Standard, April 16, 1908, p. 5

Advertisement reads, “Good Shoes (Brown Shoe Co.) and Good Flour (Bulte’s Best). Shoes: Now is the time the wise folks’ fancy turns to thoughts of White House Shoes For Men, For Women. Just one pair of those White House Oxfords will tone up that new spring suit 100 per cent. These shoes fit your feet. We don’t have to make your feet fir the shoes. Men! If you want a good work shoe, try our ox calf — $2.25. We sell the best patent colt shoe for ladies ever made, for $2.75 — call for star 59. This is the best line of shoes you ever looked at. Let us show you. Flour: One trial will convince you of the superiority of this flour. Don’t take anybody’s word for it, test it yourself. Turn down all trouble in the kitchen, get a sack of Bulte’s Best. It’s always good. It’s always fresh. Demand Bulte’s Best. The Place to get all These Good Things is at Barrett, Stoolfer & Owens, the Store of the People.”

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