Sunday Morning Bonus Pulp: Short Stories, February 10. 1939
Now there's a manly cover for you. I don't know why the guy has a pipe wrench, but I'll bet somebody's gonna be sorry that he does. Behind that cover is a solid line-up of authors, not surprising since SHORT STORIES was one of the top general fiction pulps and could always be counted on for fine entertainment. This particular issue features stories by H. Bedford-Jones and Frank Richardson Pierce, an installment of a Red Clark Western serial by Gordon Young, a Halfaday Creek story by James B. Hendryx, another Western by Caddo Cameron, and the cover story by Robert H. Leitfred, which I'll bet has something to do with trucks and smugglers.