July 1920s There should be in every home a list of remedies for accidents and illnesses of various kinds. A person poisoned with poison ivy, if treated with bruised fresh leaves of catnip, will be relieved from much suffering. To stop bleeding, bind a handful of flour on the cut. Vinegar should be given for
William B. and Barb McGowan Trustees to William B. and Barb McGowan, lots 2 and 5, Snug Harbor. Thomas R. Kliegel to Thomas R. Kliegel Trustee, southeast quarter, section 16, township 44, range 18, and northeast quarter, section 21, township 44, range 18. Rae E. Stewart to Kenneth and Keshia Thompson, lot 3, Pine Grove.
The Missouri State Highway Patrol reported the following recent accidents: Coblentz/Ramer A two-vehicle accident occurred 4:50 p.m., Saturday, July 17, on Route AA just south of Route OO. The accident occurred when a 2012 Ford Fusion, driven by Sharla R. Coblentz, of Barnett, pulled onto the road from a private drive and struck a 2017
Tracey Durant and Eric Schnirch served cold beer, Saturday, July 17, at the Extra Point Billiards stands at the block party in Stover. (photo by Patrik Andrews-Ryan)
Monday, July 12 to Sunday, July 18 County inmates in custody…63 Federal inmates in custody…40 Monday, July 12, on Highway W in Barnett, trafficking, sexual exploitation. Monday, July 12, on Hill Road in Versailles, possession of a defaced firearm. Tuesday, July 13, on Highway N in Stover, stealing. Tuesday, July 13, on Highway AA in