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Various: All-Story Sampler 3. V1. 3 Jun 2011

ALL-STORY was one of the earliest pulp magazines, with its first issue coming out in January, 1905. Monthly until 1914, in March of that year it went weekly, and stayed more-or-less at that frequency until it was combined into ARGOSY in the middle of 1920. In May of 1914 it absorbed CAVALIER (begun 1908), a similar Munsey title at that time also published every week. (For that matter, CAVALIER had absorbed THE SCRAP BOOK, yet another early Munsey title, in 1912.)

Ten Decks and No Keel—Charley Wood

Yokel humor from 1915 as three retired Captains wreak havoc aboard a modern ironclad.

The Madness of Method—Frank Leon Smith

Mildly humorous story about a very methodical man who intended to choose a wife in the same manner he ordered his food.

The Wild Man—Octavus Roy Cohen

This is a baseball story from long before the days of super stars, agents and multi-million dollar contracts.

Treasure of Su—George Foxhall

A friendship goes sour over a queer Greek's treasure.

Wolfs Furniture Mine—Ralph J. Roeder

Behold the mystery of the Fireside Furniture Company! A mystery seeming at first sight ridiculous. But like all ridiculous mysteries, having its base in something exceedingly serious.
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