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The Guthrie Daily Leader, June 23, 1899

The Guthrie Daily Leader

Friday, June 23, 1899

Submitted by: Bob Chada

Mrs Abe Couch, of Oklahoma City, whose husband is a night policeman, suicided in that city on the 20th inst. by swallowing carbolic acid.
Nero Jones, against whom stand several indictments for appropriating to his own use other peoples' horses, has been arrested at Stillwater.
The Noble avenue bridge has been completed and is open to traffic. The bridge is quite a convenience to West Guthrie residents and merchants.
OUT ONE HUNDRED. Hon. J. M. Holliday Will Have to Pay Toss Wells' Bond.
When the case of the territory vs. Ross Wells was called in the probate court today Wells failed to appear and his bond of $100, signed by J. M. Holliday, representative from the 18th district, was declared forfeited. Wells is undoubtedly the worst case of depravity on record, as was shown by the complaint. His method of disturbing religious meetings was purely original and should be patented.
A Pleasant Luncheon.

Bishop and Mrs. F.K. Brooke gave an elaborate luncheon yesterday afternoon from 1:30 to 4 o'clock, complimentary to their charming daughters, Misses Louise and Ruth Brooke, recently returned from Bethany college, at Topeka.
Those present were: Misses Blockie Jamison, Helen Green, Mary Nicholaf, Sadie Paine, Mabel Painter, Jessie Paine, Adele Kesler, Zoe Kimball, Amy Brooks, Nellie Kimball, Ethel McNeal, Lena Hunter, Ethel Orner and Edith Grissell.

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