Friday, the Thirteenth eBook

This eBook from the Gutenberg Project consists of approximately 172 pages of information about Friday, the Thirteenth.

With best wishes, I remain
Tours respectfully,

Western Union Telegraph Co. 
R.A.  Kelly

Los Angeles, Calif.,
December 11, 1906.

Mr. Thomas W. Lawson,
Boston, Mass.

My dear Sir: 

It was indeed a pleasure to read your novel in this month’s Everybody’s.  Being an old trader myself, I have appreciated every word of it and look forward for the continuation with much interest.

I just want to say this too—­that anyone who says that you cannot write anything else but “Street” gossip had better cover his “shorts”.

Wishing you all kinds of success, and with congratulations on your splendid work, I am

Very sincerely,

Nancy Brown
214 Citizens Nat’l Bank Bldg.

Washington, D.C.,
December 1, 1906.

Thos.  W. Lawson, Esq.,
Boston, Mass.

Dear Sir: 

I have just read with very great pleasure and edification the first installment of your excellent story “Friday the 13th”.  It is so far a masterpiece.

Congratulating you.  I remain
Very truly,
M. H. Ramaze

Cleburn, Texas, Dec 3 1906

Mr. Thos.  W. Lawson
Boston

Dear Sirs: 

I have just your first installment of “Friday 13th.”  It is OK + if the balance of the story is as good (+ I have no doubts on that score) you are “It” when it comes to writting fiction as well as tricking the Insurance Thief + Standard Oil Grafters.

Wishing you success
I am yours very truly
S. F. Welch

Rumford Falls, Maine,
November 20, 1906.

Mr. Tom Lewson,
Boston, Mass.

Dear Sir: 

I have read all your writings in Everybody’s, including the first installment of your story in the December number, and I must say that I am more than pleased with it.  As a writer of fiction you are sure to make another big hit.

Yours truly,
W. I. White.

Footnotes

[1] “26 Broadway” is the Wall Street figure of speech for “Standard Oil,” which has its home there.

[2] Those who seek to depress the price of a stock are known as bears, and those who oppose them by trying to raise the price are bulls.

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