Source: "Lakefield Standard"
Lakefield, Jackson County, Minnesota. Thursday,
Nov. 28, 1912.
Former Lakefield Man Gets Into
Court. Worthington Globe: "Monday
afternoon, Mike MCGLIN, of Kinbrae, Minn., was arrested
by Sheriff FAUSKEE and brought to this city to answer to the
charge of using obscene language. The warrant was issued
upon the complaint of Paul PAULSON, also of Kinbrae. The
trouble was the outcome of a quarrel between MCGLIN and
PAULSON, during which it is alleged some hard language was
used by both parties. The quarrel occurred Friday, Nov. 15. Upon being brought
to this city Monday, MCGLIN was taken before Justice of the Peace C.W.W.
DOW to answer to the charge of using obscene language. He entertained
a plea of guilty and was fined $5 and costs, which amount was promptly
paid. By way of retaliation, MCGLIN at once
secured a warrant against PAULSON, charging him with a
like offense. PAULSON was brought to this city Wednesday
and taken before Justice DOW for a hearing. He entered a plea of not
guilty and his hearing was set for Monday, Nov. 25. Both Mr. PAULSON and
Mr. MCGLIN are well known and respected citizens of Kinbrae and the present
unpleasant event is the first of its kind with which their names have
ever been connected."
Submitted by: Colleen