Wash your hands, wear a mask, and avoid patent medicines, friends. As we head toward winter, here’s some medical advice on colds from the experts at the University of Missouri, as printed in the Skidmore News (Skidmore, Missouri), October 27,… Read moreMizzou Doctor Gives Advice on Colds, 1921
We’re not too sure about the claims made in the Skidmore New Era (Skidmore, Missouri), December 3, 1908, page 4. Were your ancestors cured? Coming to Skidmore, Missouri.The eminent physician on chronic diseases will visit our city Friday, December 11,… Read moreBoston Electro Medical Institute Comes to Town, 1908
We’ll just leave this advertisement from the Skidmore New Era (Skidmore, Missouri), August 6, 1908, right here, along with our gratitude for modern medicine. Kennedy’s Laxative Cough Syrup. Relieves Colds by working them out of the system through a copious… Read moreKennedy’s Laxative Cough Syrup, 1908
Advertisement for Cascarets headache remedy from 1899. Skidmore Standard (Skidmore, Missouri), December 15, 1899, page 7.
Mrs. Ida Barkley of Skidmore, Missouri becomes ill after eating a toadstool she mistook for a mushroom in 1905.
Mrs. B. W. Holt and Mr. John German of Skidmore, Missouri and Maitland, Missouri suffer accidents in 1900.
We feature two ads for medical remedies from the 1900 and 1901 Skidmore Standard of Skidmore, Missouri.
We remember Dr. J. E. Pierpoint’s military service in WWI. (Skidmore, Missouri – Skidmore News)
Miss Nellie Collins, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Collins of Skidmore, is hospitalized with appendicitis in 1902.
Dr. Lawrence Howden writes to the Skidmore (Missouri) News from his work at the Isolation Hospital in St. Louis in 1918.