The classic pulp magazine "The Popular Magazine" thrilled readers twice every month for generations. This issue, from November 7, 1916, presents a huge selection of fiction, including a complete novel by Henry C. Rowland ("Dicky"). Short stories by Charles E. Van Loan ("For Brodie's Benefit"), Frederick Irving Anderson ("The Peppercorn Entail"), H.C. Witwer ("Pretty Soft"), Robert Welles Ritchie ("Stalemate"), Henry Rucker ("The Cheerful Giver"), Henry Herbert Knibbs ("Indigo Pete, Adjuster"), and B.M. Bower & Buck Connor ("Get Your Man"). Plus "Sea Plunder," first of a new series by Henry de Vere Stacpoole; "The Third Phase," by Francis Metcalfe (part 2 of a 2-part serial); and "Rimrock Jones," by Dane Coolidge, first of a 5-part serial.