(I know–today is Saturday and I’m late with the Friday pulp!)
This week’s story comes from the Street & Smith magazine known as Popular Magazine and was in the 07 November 1916 issue. The author is one of my favorites from the early western writers–Henry Herbert Knibbs. This is kind of an “old-timey” story but if you read carefully I think you will be pleased with Knibbs’ style. It’s a tale about a hold-up artist and a tenderfoot and the loose and fluid rules concerning proper armed robbery.
(Note: The picture came from a different Knibbs book as there was not much interior art in these old S&S pulps.)