By HENRY A. SHUTE
There is nothing funnier in Mark Twain.”—Grand Rapids Herald.
“Every man and woman who lives, or ever has lived, in the country will appreciate the situations described. … They are funny enough to disturb the calm of the most serious countenance.”—Boston Globe.
“Includes more fun than is concealed in all his other books taken together.”—Living Age.
"The book is extraordinarily frank … spicy and enlivening.” — Baltimore News.
“A wholesome and invigorating sort of book. … A real story of real life cheerfully narrated.”—New York Times.
Fully illustrated by Reginald B. Birch
12mo. $1.20 net. Postage 12 cents