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[[preprinted]] HOLE AND HOLE ATTORNEYS AT LAW ENGINEERS BUILDING CLEVELAND WARREN W. HOLE FREDRICK L. HOLE [[/preprinted]] Jan. 28th 1914. Mr. Paul Studensky, 1232 Oak Ave. Price Hill, Cincinnati, O. Dear Sir;- Referring to your letters of January 25th and 26th, would say that it will, of course, be necessary for you to be present at the time this case comes on for hearing. The chances are that it will not be ready for hearing on February 6th, as the cases assigned often last longer than anticipated at the time the assignment is made up. However, this case can be passed over until the next assignment which would probably bring the case on for hearing some time in May of this year. I am certainly mighty sorry to hear about Mrs. Studensky's serious illness, but trust that she will soon be herself again. Before this case comes on for hearing I expect to go down to Cuyahoga Falls and hve a talk with Mr. Strassman regarding your case. Miss Dosey sends her best regards to Mrs. Studensky and hopes that she will be well enough to accompany you to Cleveland when you come on for the trial of this case. Yours very truly, HOLE AND HOLE Per [[signature]] Fredrick L. Hole [[/signature]] FLH/GA
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