Orange Week, April 1921

It was orange week in Skidmore, Missouri in 1921. Here are two options from the Skidmore News, April 7, 1921:

Ad for "orange day" in Skidmore, Missouri in 1921. Text of ad follows second image.
Advertisement for Barrett’s Market in Skidmore, Missouri. Skidmore News, April 7, 1921, page 5.
Ad for oranges at the R. B. Foster store in Skidmore, Missouri in 1921. Text of ad follows text of first ad at end of page.
Advertisement for oranges at the R. B. Foster store in Skidmore, Missouri. Skidmore News, April 7, 1921.

First ad text: “Saturday will be orange day in Skidmore. Ask the doctor about oranges as food. He will tell you that oranges should be a part of your diet. This store will present a tempting display of this luscious fruit on Saturday, April 9th. Buy them by the peck or bushel — cheaper than apples. See this beautiful display and get a liberal portion of this fine fruit. Special demonstrator on hand to show you the many different ways to use oranges. Meet us here Saturday. Try our methods, Barrett’s, Skidmore, Missouri. All bills due Jan. 1, May 1 and Sept. 1. S & H Stamps.”

Second ad text: “Orange sale, Friday and Saturday, April 8th and 9th. Fine quality California oranges sweet and juicy. Per peck, 89 cents, good sizes — 28 cents, 35 cents, and 40 cents per dozen. It pays to pay cash. R. B. Foster, Skidmore, Missouri.”

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