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good, our magazine will be glad to buy them, paying you one dollar a line.
Please let me hear from you and send along any poems you may have on hand.
Sincerely,
Wallace James,
Editor, " James's Weekly,"
New York City.

Stephen had never heard of " James's Weekly " and did not notice that the letter was postmarked Philadelphia and written on the stationery of a Philadelphia hotel.
He rushed to his house, addressed and mailed the railroad and gas verses, and after a brief and excited conference with Stella, .decided to resign his job.
Old Man Townsend, dropping into Maysville the following -morning' heard the decision and was not a bit pleased. He realized he never could get anyone else to do Stephen's work at Stephen's salary.
r` I'll raise you to twenty-four dollars," he said.
" I'm not asking for a raise. I've got to quit so I can*devote all my time to my poetry."
" Your poetry ! "
" Yes, sir."
" Do you mean to say you're going to write poetry for a living? " asked the Old Man.
" Yes, sir."
" You'll starve to death."
" Edgar Guest is still alive."
" I don't care if he is or not," said the Old Man. "It's the twelfth of the month and Hunter can tend to his job and yours both for a couple of weeks. If you, want to come back at the end of that time, I'll raise you to twenty-three dollars."
It was Stephen's intention to polish up some of his older poems and write one or two fresh ones so his supply would be ready for " James's " demand.
But he found it next to impossible to write while the fate of the two verses he had sent in was uncertain and, deciding to leave the old manuscripts as they were, he was able to make only a feeble start on a new one :

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