Short Stories 
Total Issues: 1114
Initially most of the stories -- "25 stories for 25 cents" -- were
reprints from all over, including translations; after 1910 converted
into an all-fiction pulp adventure magazine, with stories by Sax Rohmer,
W.C. Tuttle, Harold Lamb, Max Brand, Talbot Mundy, L. Patrick Greene,
James B. Hendryx, Edgar Wallace, etc.
The final issue stated that it was whole number 2014, but a huge mistake
was made in whole number totals between December 10, 1948 (whole no.
1029) and December 25, 1948 (whole no. 1930), a mistake of 900 whole
numbers that was never corrected. So, subtracting 900 from 2014, we get
a total run of 1114 issues.
There was also a sequencing error in 1946 when Vol. 197 No. 3 was followed
by Vol. 198 No. 4.
Issues & Index Sources
Jun-1890 – Feb-1904: The Current Literature Publishing Co., NY
Mar-1904 – Feb-1910: The Short Stories Company, Ltd.
Mar-1910 – Jan-1928: Doubleday, Page & Co., Inc., NY
Feb-1928 – 25-Nov-1937: Doubleday, Doran & Co., Inc., NY
10-Dec-1937 – Sep-1954: Short Stories, Inc.
Sep-1956 – Jun-1957: Codel Publishing Company, East 42nd St, New York
Dec-1957 – Aug-1959: American Short Stories Corporation
? – 1912: Harry Peyton Steger
1912 – 1929: Harry E. Maule
1929 – Sep-1932: R. de S. Horn
Oct-1932 – 1936?: Harry E. Maule
1936 – Sep-1954: Dorothy McIlwraith
Sep-1956 – Jun-1957: M.D. Gregory
Apr-1959 – Aug-1959: Frank Belknap Long (associate editor)
Jun-1890 – Feb-1910: smaller than standard
Mar-1910 – Jun-1953: pulp
Jul-1953 – Feb-1959: digest
Apr-1959 – Aug-1959: large size
Jun-1890 – Aug-1921: monthly
10-Aug-1921 – 25-Feb-1949: twice-monthly (no issues for 25-Dec-1927, 25-Jun-1947, or 25-May-1948)
Mar-1949 – Apr-1954: monthly
Jul-1954 – Sep-1954: bimonthly
Sep-1956 – Aug-1959: bimonthly (although only one issue, Jun-1957, between Mar-1957 and Dec-1957)
Sources: The Adventure House Guide to the Pulps, Ultimate Guide to the Pulps