Shadduck, B. H. The Gee-Haw of the Modern Jehu. Rogers, Ohio: Homo Publishing Co., 1928. First Edition. Possibly a later printing. 
Printed wrapper, 7 1/2 x 5 1/4 inches, 32 clean pp.
This work is a satirical, illustrated attack on modernism in the church, and on "theistic evolution." Several of the author's other pamphlets are listed in McIver, Anti-Evolution: An Annotated Bibliography. They could be viewed as forerunners of the Chic tracts.
Dr. Bertram Henry Shadduck (1869-1950) b. Erie Co., PA; d. Ashtabula, OH. Shadduck began his ministry at age eighteen as an officer in the Salvation Army, and in 1900 he joined the West Virginia Conference of the Methodist Church. He was awarded a Doctor of Philosophy degree, on merit, by Grove City College in 1912. In the 1920's he began writing satirical attacks on evolutionism and modernism.
"His chief aim, with the cartoon booklets, was to debunk the many obfuscating theories of leading evolutionists, presenting, in clear, everyday language, their arguments (which often fell apart without any opposing effort)." - creationismdotorg.