The heroes of yesterday and today… …a true storyThe year 1737 was an exciting one for the host of the Trattler Inn. At that time the whole region belonged to the administrative district of the monastery of Millstatt, which was led by Jesuits. The local farmers were protesting against the high tax burden of ten percent and made their way to the emperor, who resided in Vienna. Paul Zopf, the hedge lawyer of the emperor, received them and presented the Carinthian delegation a letter of the emperor. In this letter the emperor entitled the farmers to expel the unpopular Jesuits. The host of the Trattler Inn was also part of the delegation, but he was suspicious of what was going on and therefore did not join the farmers in their attack on the monastery.