News: Heathville (7 Jul 1911)
Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon
Surnames: Patno, Latamore
----Source: The Granton News (Granton, Clark Co., WI.) July 7, 1911
Heathville (7 July 1911)
A recrudescence of interest in us is the natural effort of the crutenary in his letter to the Granton News last week. Our work has richly stood the test of time and the tones of comment upon our personal life have steadily grown fairer and more kindly since the first harsh biography. His injustice to us was great. He need not however go down on his prayer bones and apologize, because we are not of that nature. His Quinincy look, his McDouglas cave below his rooter, his woven gray mutton-chop whiskers, his thoughtful brow, his unemotional gap in his face has committed a deed of unsatisfied ability. He has dispelled much of earlier misapprehension and all we can say in his favor is to give the calf more rope and he will hang himself. We know now that the mineral resources in his head have exhausted and gone forever and it is needless to say that the administration of the aforesaid resources is running at large and has achieved a world wide reputation in the newspaper field. Nit, we are very much obliged to you for taking so much interest in our dogs, frogs, and reptiles, you brainless product of East Lynn and we are indeed glad to hear that our presence is not desire in your midst, but you are so charming and how can anyone help but take an interest in your welfare.
Jack Patno is here from Bladen, Neb. in response to a telegram from his father, who was very low with stomach trouble.
We are in receipt of a letter from D. Latamore of Bladen, Neb. He states that he is proprietor of the city livery and has hired 4 men and teams to fill the wants of the people. He also bought a half interest in a restaurant. We can say this much that the city of Bladen has gained a good man, honest in every respect and a most obliging neighbor. if he ever should get the Wisconsin fever he is welcome in our neighborhood.
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