be a candidate for gubernatorial honor- in the next election. Webster is still
employed in Ihe mail service, and is doing some denial work on Ihe side.
Rogero went to St. Augustine, Fla., after graduation, and has built up one
of the nicest classes in prophylaxis in the South. His office i< a marvel of
neatness, and bis patronage comes from all over the Southland. Sartor was
fully and deeply converted soon after leaving College, and fell called lo enter
the ministry, which he did, and is now one of Ihe leading evangelists in the
United States. Mclntyre is traveling with him and they two together are
doing a great work.
After ihe Association adjourned, Dr. Foster and I returned home, and
1 have entered my practice with renewed zeal In accomplish something for
the profession and lo he a blessing to humanity.
M. L. Dominick, Prophet.
MARY'S LITTLE TOOTH.
Mary had a little tooth,
It's face was while as snow.
And every where that Mary went,
That tooth was sure to go.
Il went with her to school one day.
'Twas not against the rule,—
And Mary cried when she fell down
And broke that tooth in school.
'Twas not because il pained so much—
Her dentist charged ten dollars down—
And hurl lo heat the Dutch—
A putting on thai Richmond Crown.
—R. F. L. Tolbert.