(Syracuse: Wesleyan Methodist Publishing House, 1936). Likely an early later edition, intended for the colporteur or mail-order trade; there was a 228-page edition with plates published with a High Point, N.C., imprint, also dated 1936. 8vo, original printed green wrappers, 105 pages. A little sunned and worn; a very good copy. Item #11958
An entertaining anecdotal memoir of an itinerant North Carolina Wesleyan Methodist Connection evangelist and preacher, with rapid-fire accounts of preaching and contention: "A Seventh-Day Adventist got up in one of my meetings one night, and I saw that he was drunk. He began by saying . . ."