Illustrations by W. Herbert Dunton and J. N. Marchand. New York: G. W. Dillingham Company, (1913). 4 pp undated ads. Original red cloth.
First Edition of the sixth and last volume of Southwestern tales sited in Lewis's fictional town of "Wolfville" -- following WOLFVILLE (1897), SANDBURRS (1900), WOLFVILLE DAYS (1902), WOLFVILLE NIGHTS (1902) and WOLFVILLE FOLKS (1908). This volume consists of twelve tales, such as "Dead-Shot Baker," "Old Monte, Official Drunkard" and "How Tutt Shot Texas Thompson."
This copy is in Blanck's state "A" (priority unknown), with the first page of ads listing "Seven Splendid Novels by William MacLeod Raine" (state "B" lists three Lewis books instead, including this title). Also, state "A" has a flat spine with a publisher's imprint 1/8-inch high, while state "B" has a rounded spine with a publisher's imprint 5/32-inch high. Condition is near-fine, with scarcely any external wear or soil (endpapers a bit damaged near the hinges). Blanck 11764. Item #13814