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[[left margin]] Please send me that letter from Dr. Hays in a legal size envelope. [[/left margin]] 907 Jackson St Lynchburg, Va. May 13, 1907 Dearest Grace: I suppose you received a letter from me on Saturday. I gave one to Mr. Stewart about 6 p.m. Friday. The quarterly conference passed off without any striking occurences. Bro. Thompson's salary was increased to $875 I wish they had made it an even $900. On Saturday I did not go anywhere except to Bro. Russell's barber shop to have my hair cut. Same day was a beautiful day here. It was a little cool. There was a large crowd out in the morning which filled all available space in the hall. I preached from the text Rev. 3, 8. "Behold, I have set before you an open door and no man can shut it." They say I equipped myself nobly. I am confident that the Hold Spirit was
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