The Saturday Evening Post [v185 #50, June 14, 1913] (5¢, 56pp, 11¼" x 14¼" s/s, cover by Violet Moore Higgins)
Details supplied by Mark Owings.
- 3 · Back-Fire [Part 1 of 7] · Henry C. Rowland · sl; illustrated by Lester Ralph
- 5 · The Business-Man Farmer: Does the Transplanted City Chap Make Good on the Soil? · Forrest Crissey · ar
- 8 · The Woman Who Tried to Be Good · Edna Ferber · ss; illustrated by Arthur William Brown
- 10 · The Turkey Trot: A Revival of a Primitive Dance · Corra Harris · ar; illustrated by May Wilson Preston
- 11 · Turkey Trot · Robert W. Chambers · pm
- 12 · Acting Honest [Rev. Baltimore Criddle] · Harris Dickson · ss; southern blacks.; illustrated by Arthur William Brown
- 14 · The Immortal Millions · Melville Davisson Post · ar; foundations.; illustrated by Hanson Booth
- 16 · The Bird in Hand [Potash and Perlmutter] · Montague Glass · ss; illustrated by J. J. Gould
- 19 · The Whistling Man [Part 10 of 10] · Maximilian Foster · sl; illustrated by Henry Raleigh
- 23 · Whos Whoand Why · [Misc.] · cl; mostly about Franklin D. Roosevelt, then Assistant Secretary of the Navy.; The comments on FDR, especially considering that this is June of 1913, are ironic and somewhat horrifying: Should there be a war Franklin Roosevelt will simply resign as assistant secretary of the navy, simply organize a; regiment, simply take command, and simply knock the spots off the invading foe. After that the world will be his. It is foreordained, prearranged - provided some one will kindly supply the war. Hey, boy, bring on a war!; Fetch a war, I tell you, and be quick about it! Will that boy never come with that war?
- 30 · The Forehanded Man · Will Payne · cl