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Two Divorces - Stouts & Browns
Source: Weekly Argus News Dec 2, 1899 p 2
In the circuit court today Judge West heard the divorce case of James Stout vs. Nettie Stout. The charge was abandonment and the court had no hestiancy granting Jim his clearance papers.
The case had no sooner been disposed of thatn Mrs. Nina Brown appeared accompanied by her attorneys and prepared to substantiate the charges in her complaint against Charles H. Brown to whom she was married for worse some time ago. Brown is a best if the plaintiffs tale be true and he should be dropped in some beautifu l stream with a goodly anchor tied tightly about his neck. The plaintiff was given a divorce and granted the furthe rprivelege of assuming her former name, Nina Ham. - typed by kbz
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