The Fayette Democrat-Leader, Thursday, August 17, 1899

A popular young society man of Fayette made an awful mistake, which may cause him
trouble for generations to come. He wrote two letters – one to his best girl and the other to the
laundry – but by a sad mistake got them mixed in the envelopes.
The laundry man was greatly flattered by an invitation to attend a basket dinner,
while the young lady was put out entirely, by the following note:
“If you don’t stop wrinkling up my shirt bosoms so, I’m going somewhere else.”

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