Front-page news from the Skidmore News (Skidmore, Missouri), February 10, 1921: We Can’t Believe Them Both. S. E. Browne of Hopkins, deputy game and fish commissioner, was here Thursday. He stated that H. W. Montgomery purchased a hunting license, rather… Read moreLucky Hunting License Number Fourteen, 1921
Hi Montgomery’s hunting efforts meet with less than success in Skidmore, Missouri in 1899.
Farmers from the area near Skidmore, Missouri hunt down a wolf in 1902.
John Hesse of St. Joseph’s Saratoga Restaurant comes to Skidmore to go hunting with his old friend, M. A. Sewell, in 1899.
Uncle Dan Albright tells a hunting tale to the Skidmore (Missouri) Standard in 1900.
A brief morality tale from the 1900 Skidmore Standard. Skip Sunday School to go hunting, if you dare.
Hi Montgomery tells a hunting story in 1899. (Skidmore, Missouri)
A brave admission from the Skidmore Standard (Feb. 16, 1900 edition). We confess to rooting just a bit for the goose: A Wild Goose Chase. The “punkin editor” made a “wild goose chase” after a tame goose, Tuesday, and the… Read moreWild Goose Chase
Meal planning can be difficult, especially when you have to catch your own dinner. We bring you the following culinary news from the May 11, 1900 Skidmore Standard: Hunting Feast. Three of our local sportsmen, John Ashbrook, Michael Freece and… Read moreGame on the Menu