|Transcribed by Norma Knotts Shaffer from microfilm of the Calhoun
Chronicle dated 3/10/1896.
3/10/1896 - Alice Fogle, married, and Gay Bell, unmarried, suburban
residents, got into a dispute about some trifling matter last Thursday
morning and some hot words passed between them, but the matter blew
until some time in the afternoon, when, by accident or otherwise, they
met in the road in front of Mrs. Hosey's residence where they
to settle their differences in the Fitzsimmens-Maher style. One
of about five minutes was fought without time-keeper referee.
punishment, outside of hair pulling, was not very great. The
of one or two right prominent gentlemen got mixed up in the
We are sorry to give publicity to matters of this kind, but the
in which we are engaged makes it our duty to do so.