- Blue Bell Bar
Blue Bell Bar One of the most popular of the numerous saloons in Guthrie during Territorial times, the Blue Bell was an 1889 enterprise of John Selstrom and Jack Tearney. It boasted Tom Mix as a bartender before he departed for Stardom in silent films, and Temple Houston, famed attorney, as a favorite customer. The Original frame structure was replaced in 1903 by the present brick edifice, probably Guthrie's only commercial building with two bevelled entryways, front and back. The " C-11" crest over the front doorway is the ...
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