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Darrow & Sissman
Lawyers
1310, 140 N. Dearborn St.
Chicago

Clarence S. Darrow
Peter Sissman
Victor S. Yarros
William L. Carlin

Telephones
Central 925
Automatic 44-139

Oct 22

Dear Paul

     Your mother wrote me that she would like to have me take the money from the house.  I did not ask her but I have told her that the Co. you & I would sign the note.  I presume a check for from 2000 to 2400 will come in a day or two.  I talked with Gallager & he will sound out the committee right away & let me know which is the best way to proceed.  In the mean time write me at once telling me what is the present rate?  Also if a lower rate would effect any other points & any changes that occur to you off hand as to why it is too high.  I will surely spend the Christmas holidays with you.  Am well & working like the devil[.]  I note what you say that the best way to get rid of the debts is to gradually pay them.  Still I would like to see them funded & then we could
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all take some more out of it, but still leave a surplus to gradually reduce the bonds.  You know we wont live for ever.  Still I am not worrying & have always had enough, & expect I always will, but would modify my plans a little? if that job was done?

C.S.D.