Saturday Morning Western Pulp: Western Adventures, April 1941
WESTERN ADVENTURES was a second-string Street & Smith Western pulp (if you consider both WESTERN STORY and WILD WEST WEEKLY to be first-string), but from what I've seen it was a pretty solid publication. The covers aren't great, but there were plenty of good authors published in its pages. In this particular issue, for example, are stories by Walker A. Tompkins, Leslie Ernenwein, Ed Earl Repp (writing as Brad Buckner), and Rolland Lynch. I certainly wouldn't hesitate to pick up an issue of WESTERN ADVENTURES for some good reading.