Not long ago a city editor in Ottumwa, Iowa, was told over the telephone that a prominent citizen had just died suddenly.
In the autumn of 1886 the annual meeting convened in Ottumwa.
In a short time he went to Ottumwa, Iowa, and began to read law.
On the first night, following the passage of a cold front, migration at Ottumwa was comparatively low (6,900 birds in five hours).
In 1862 our yearly meeting was held at Emporia, and in 1863 at Ottumwa.
Our company was organized at Ottumwa, where we went for the purpose, and my election as first lieutenant gave me much pleasure.
In order to reach Ottumwa she had to ride 125 miles by stage in the heat of July, and her expenses were considerable.
It gives me pleasure in this hasty journey to pause for a little time in the city of Ottumwa.
Her night's experience at Ottumwa was repeated here, except that the army of invaders were fleas.
I wish I could express to the citizens of Ottumwa the genuine appreciation that I know these my brethren feel for them.