This is the 13th installment of the Autobiography. It covers the first participation in college activity, and moving to Oregon in a "Model T." In Chicago, in five years, a publishers' representative business had been developed to an income equivalent to $25,000 a year in today's dollar value. But this had been built largely on putting farm tractor advertising in bank journals. The flash depression of 1920 had swept all my major customers into receiverships. The business folded up, along with theirs. I had hung desperately on in Chicago for two years attempting to revive a dead business. I didn't recognize it then, but GOD was beginning to strike me down, as He did the Apostle Paul, only in a different manner, to put me in His work for a special mission.
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