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Various: Short Stories Sampler 6.V1. 16 Feb 2012

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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.

FINGER PRINTS—JAMES B. HENDRYX

“What a Man Done Before He Come to Halfaday is His Own Business; After He Gets Here, He’s Got to Live Moral as Hell”

DEATH MUSIC—JACKSON V. SCHOLZ

The Traveling Cowpoke Apparently Packed No Gun—Only a Guitar, a Bulky Battered Instrument at That

THE THIRD PALE STRANGER—HAPSBURG LIEBE

If the First Pale Strangers Actually Were Cattlemen, Thought the Young Sheriff, He Was a Jackrabbit’s Uncle

WOMAN INTO LEOPARD—SEABURY QUINN

A MAN HIRES A GUIDE—JAMES B. HENDRYX

“Certainly,” Said Old Cush. “If a Man Ain’t Dead, They Can’t Hang No One for Killin’ Him.”

MURDER ISN'T EVERYTHING—KINGSLEY SMITH

There Are Only Three Things People Kill for—Love, Money, Revenge. A Good Newspaper Man Ought to Be Able to Dope Out Which It Was in This Case

FLASH PILOT—GIFF CHESHIRE

An’ Even a Flash Pilot Couldn’t Produce a Preacher at Will on the Rolling Columbia

MURDER AT THE WHITE HOUSE—WALLBRIDGE McCULLY

Murder Is Where You Find It. And You Find It In Some Strange Places!

ANYTHING CAN HAPPEN IN TEXAS—HAPSBURG LIEBE

FIDDLER'S FOLLY—FRANCIS GOTT

A Boat So Old She'd Forgotter How to Blush
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