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.
DOG DEPUTY—S. OMAR BARKER
Hunches Are Sometimes Evidence
ROAMING FISTS—JACKSON V. SCHOLZ
Here Was One Town Where a Boomer Stayed Long Enough to Get in on a Purely Local Fight
WHIRLWIND SQUADRON—ROBERT W. NEALEY
A Leader's Responsible for the Whole Squadron; the Rear Bloke Is Only Responsible for One Man
BUSCADERO CROSSING—S. OMAR BARKER
There Was Something About Tough Tuck Mangum That Got a Good Many Fellers
HIYU TIME AT HOGAN'S—HAPSBURG LIEBE
Who Was Lin Brennan To Turn Down Ranch Hospitality
RINK FIRE—JACKSON V. SCHOLZ
It Looked as Though He'd Left His Fire and His Hockey Book on Guadalcanal—With His Arm!
HANDMADE HERO—LEE TILBURNE
Crime Doesn't Pay. . . .But What Does?
SPLASH BOMB CHAMP—JACKSON V. SCHOLZ
THE MIRACULOUS BUDDHA—H. BEDFORD JONES
Tales of the Strato-Shooters
"BLACK JOHN INVOKES THE GODS—JAMES B. HENDRYX
“Saying That Your Name Is John Smith Is An Error That Can Be Rectified”