Some of the former Munsey magazines published a great deal of fantastic fiction that went under the name of 'different' stories.
Drapery it was, and quickly; for Mrs. Munsey was not wont to shilly-shally.
This was because of Mrs. Munsey's prohibition of more company-keeping with Jack Page.
Mrs. Munsey grew more desperate than ever, sharp of feature, and aged.
The turn of the tide did not come until Munsey paid $500 for the serial right in The Westerners.
The Munsey offices are up close to the roof in the Flatiron building.
With Mrs. Munsey there was neither hesitation nor difficulty.
He took them to the Munsey offices and offered them to Mr. Davis.
Mrs. Munsey grew desperate, and Hedward's life became a horror unto him.
"By God, there must be somebody giving our battery away," said Munsey.