From the Skidmore News (Skidmore, Missouri), October 6, 1921, page 1: Two Cars Collide — Nobody Hurt. A Studebaker car driven by George Coler collided with a Haynes driven by Fred Diss Sunday evening between here and Maryville. Both cars… Read moreTwo Cars Collide – Nobody Hurt, 1921
We are glad she wasn’t seriously injured. From the Skidmore News (Skidmore, Missouri), September 8, 1921, page 1: Tolbert Baby Knocked Down by Car. The following article is taken from the Maryville Tribune of Monday, September 5:Ruth Irene, the 4-year-old… Read moreClose Call for Ruth Irene Tolbert, 1921
Drive safely, friends! Here’s a cautionary tale from the Skidmore New Era (Skidmore, Missouri), July 16, 1908, page 1: Mrs. Solon Clark Hurt. While driving along the road near the home of Mrs. Lucinda Owens last Thursday evening an accident… Read moreMrs. Solon Clark has an Accident, 1908
John Bodle of Skidmore, Missouri has an accident while hauling ice in 1907.
Mrs. G. I. Riley of Skidmore, Missouri has a harrowing experience in 1914.
Mrs. Grub Bramble of Kansas City is injured while sledding in that city.
Young Claude Deffenbaugh of Skidmore, Missouri, escapes harm in 1900.
Report of the death of Ray Reese, 19 year old son of Mary and the late Lancing Reese, near Skidmore, Missouri in 1906.
Scary news of a near-miss for the family of A. H. Smith in Skidmore, Missouri in 1900.
George A. Stevenson’s team runs into an accident in 1913 in Skidmore, Missouri.