All I can think is that she come to realize what it might mean to him, the minister, if he married a come-outer.
He's a dear good soul as ever was, but he is the narrowest kind of come-outer.
He was still pastor of the Regular church and she was a come-outer.
The come-outer chapel was as bare inside, almost, as it was without.
Which was tolerable radical for a come-outer to say, seems to me.
If she were not a come-outer, he could meet her occasionally and they might become friends.
And—as you might expect from that kind of a man—he was more down on tobacco than the come-outer parson himself.
At the come-outer chapel the testifying and singing were in full blast.
There were nine chances out of ten that whoever found it would recognize it as belonging to the old "come-outer."
Let her holler; 'twill do her good and keep her in practice for come-outer meetin'.