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Darrow, Sissman & Popham
1310, 140 N. Dearborn St.

Clarence S. Darrow
Peter Sissman
George M. Popham
Victor S. Yarros
William L. Carlin

Central 925

June 28th

Dear Paul

     I should have written you long ago but it has been a busy spring and summer and I have been putting it off and then too you are not much of a writer yourself.  I got the May report & I thought it very good.  Still I am sure we should have a higher price and if the electric ask for more I think we should too.  You can afford to let them make their own estimate.  I have been doing well and am now trying the Lloyd & others case.  we have so far been two months getting a jury & it will take a week or two longer & then a month to try the case so you see I am pretty [closely?] held.  I wish you would try to come dont believe you will loose much by leaving for a week or two.  Have seen Lilian & the children twice they are all looking well and seem to be happy.  There will be pleanty of room for you to stay here such time as you can[.]  Everett is here but stopping at Mr. Dawsons.  I tried running an automobile & the first day I drove fifty miles without [?] trouble & then drove down town, am doing pretty well at it now.  I also went up in the flying Machine that made the recent flight from Omaha to N.Y. so you see I am pretty lively[.]  I am hoping that the Democrats will nominate McAdo at San Francisco.  He is by far the ablest man in either party.  Harding is absolutely nothing but one of the cheepest of cheep
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politicians.  I had a good visit with Doherty also with Gilchrist.  Thell [Tell?] G. that he is a fun guesser on what the convention would do.  Any how let me hear from you & come if you possibly can, and any time you want to[.]

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