The Tom Mix wasn't "The Tale of the Lonesome Cowboy" in TM 9, as I'd thought from the description—it's this one.
All the other stories were tracked down by darkmark, and most of them in the last couple of weeks. I'm still not sure how the "barker" I read in Woolfolk's handwriting fits the Golden Arrow elephant story that I haven't seen yet.
The storiues were published by Fawcett, Orbit, and Lev Gleason. This page from "The Gang War Murders" shows Lev Gleason's Deep Dimension 3D substitute ("No glasses needed—Full four colors"), which looks not so much like the 3D movies of the time as the later Cinerascope or Cinerama screen seen from the perspective of lying on one's side across the theatre seats.
|5 pg||Golden Arrow||elephant barker [?]|
|"Two Men on an Elephant" GA 3, Win/45|
|8||Tom Mix||desert rat's story|
|"Bullets Can't Spell" Real Western Hero 71, Oct/48|
|9||Monte Hale||man who hated Indians|
|"The Man Who Hated Indians" MH Western 35, Apr/49|
|7||Monte Hale||killer's faith in his guns|
|"The Killer's Faith" Western Hero 109, Dec/51|
|3||Prescription for Happiness||guy wonders if his gal is nagging him|
|[untitled PFH] Love Diary 43, May/54|
|6||The Man I Couldn't Trust||girl thinks her fiance is faithless|
|"The Man I Couldn't Trust" L Journal 24, May/54|
|8||The Gun Runners||man who sells guns to gangland|
|"The Gang War Murders" Crime and Punishment 68, July/54|
|9||Bright Lights Gang||man organizes crime on Broadway|
|"Crime Town" Crime and Punishment 70, Dec/54|