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September 29, 1928
Juliet Was a Lady
by George Weston, pp. 5-7 -
The gay comedy of a tragedian's love affair
Tennessee for Hoover---Missouri for Smith
by Walter Davenport, pp. 8-9 -
The first of Collier's eyewitness reports on how the voters are lining up in the...
Seven Days' Leave
by Llewellyn Hughes, pp. 10-11 -
A tense and vivid story of the war days
The Slightly Weaker Sex
by Grantland Rice, p. 12 -
Beating the Budget
by Elizabeth MacDonald Osborne, p. 13 -
Little tricks of the trade in the business of being well dressed
I Can't Explain It
by Ruth Burr Sanborn, pp. 14-15 -
A love story
Back of Chester's Whiskers
by Hugh Leamy, p. 16 -
You will hardly recognize the famous Mr. Conklin
Very Local Color
by Frederick Skerry, p. 17 -
A short short story
Master of Sinister House
by E. Phillips Oppenheim, pp. 18-19 -
Part two of a breathless new novel with synopsis
, pp. 20-21 -
by Elmer Davis, pp. 22-25 -
Sparkling new novel with complete synopsis
In One Ear
by Anonymous, pp. 26-31 -
Spicy anecdotes concerning the famous and some others
How Would You Play It?
by Milton C. Work, pp. 32-33 -
Ways That Are Dark
, pp. 34-41 -
By The Gentleman at the Keyhole
McGoofey's First Reader
by H.I. Phillips, pp. 42-43 -
Now You Tell One
by Jack Binns, pp. 44-47 -
, pp. 48-53 -
, pp. 54-56 -
by Charles Livingston Bull, -
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