Wed Eve [Jan. 6, 1909] Dearest Jack. Went to Central Bank yesterday learned the best thing for me to do would be to go to Haywards, so went out today = have arranged with them to take up the mortgage, the promised to have the release signed & all papers ready for me tomorrow. I send you a receipt for moeny paid them. Principal & interest to date- viz $3,500 and $61.25 last quarter & $14.50 this, total $3575.55 leaving a blance of $46.95 - due for which they paid me in cash out of this I will have to pay for having the release recofded which will not be over $1.50, It will be the middle of next week before Iwill be able to forward the papers to you. As it takes several day to have the release recorded but will attend to it at nice as soon as I receive the papers from the bank & get them to you as some as I can - shall I send you a money order for amount due- or deposit it in the bank here, if so what bank? Tell Charmian I had her pin fixed and am making the spoon case. Will send both pieces & case in package of papers when I send them - took the papter to Smiths. Cost 65 [cents] to delivered to 490-27- on Saturday. With lots of love Eliza.
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