Creighton, C. F. Noise it Abroad: Bitler and His Methods, together with Remarkable Events attending some of the Revivals in which he has labored.With an Introduction, by the REv. S. A. Kern, A. M., of the Ohio Conference. Columbus, Ohio: Wm. G. Hubbard, Author's Publisher, 1885. First Edition.
Maroon cloth stamped in black with illustration of angel and trumpet, 5 1/2 x 7 1/2, small flecks/spots to the binding, former owner's signature on fep, 1896 inscription of C. W. Leckenby saying he received the book from the Author. Wood-engraved portrait, engravings of churches, 293 clean and unmarked pp., tight. Very good. Hardcover. 
No. 1305 in Roberts, Revival Literature. "An interesting biography of James Summerfield Bitler based on the theory that the more the good work of God in revival is talked about, the more it will spread."
Rev. James Summerfield Bitler, Sr. (1852-1926), b. & d. in Ohio, Methodist Episcopal pastor and evangelist. He graduated from Ohio Wesleyan University and served as pastor at various Methodist Episcopal churches in Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Missouri and Nebraska. He wrote three hymns, Come, ye disconsolate, come ye that mourn; Hear the bugle calling, come without delay; and Savior, to Thee I pray.
As a curiosity, he was awarded a patent for Sad-Iron heaters in 1875.