Short Stories Magazine
Short Stories Magazine was one of the most important, and most successful, of the pulp magazines, running for a massive 1114 issues over a period of 70 years, although the last six of those years saw it first shrink to a digest and then expand, briefly, to a slick "men's magazine".
A British reprint edition was published from 1920 to 1955, and then briefly revived in 1958/59. There were also an unknown number of a Canadian reprint edition.
CORPORAL DOWNEY CALLS THE TUNE—JAMES B. HENDRYX
Black John Takes A Hand In Solving A Murder
DRIFTER'S LUCK—ARTHUR O. FRIEL
The Hired Help Sometimes Grow Particular As to Just What Their Duties Are!
WYATT'S HYPNOTIZING BIRD—CAPTAIN FREDERICK MOORE
A Man Who Claimed to Make His Law as He Went Along Decided to do a Little Business on Singing Sands Island
AIR TRAIL—ARTHUR O. FRIEL
Dugan Follows a Queer Jungle Messenger—and Nearly Finds Death on the Air Trail
TEST PILOT NUMBER ONE—H. BEDFORD-JONES
“If It Hadn’t Been for the First Test Pilot, the Submarine Mail Would Have Been a Total Flop”
THE GENT FROM AUSTRALIA—S. OMAR BARKER
“Claims He Wants a Bronc Stomper—and Picks Him a Leather-Puller on Purpose!”
RULE ONE FOR SHERIFFS—S. OMAR BARKER
This Time the Old Sheriff Had a Hunch, to Play ‘Em Hard and Sour
THE CURIOUS LUCK OF THE EARL OF PUGWASH—H. BEDFORD-JONES
“Coincidence,” You Say? But Then, All Life is a Coincidence—from the Cradle to the Grave!
NIGHT FARES—KERRY O’NEIL
The Taxi Driver’s Wife Thought Enough Exciting Things Didn’t Happen in His Business
THE ACCIDENTAL ORIENTAL—BERTRAM B. FOWLER
Meet the World’s Only Chinese Hockey Player! A Regular Skating Fu Manchu . . . But Good!
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