Half-page, vertically-oriented, inside front cover promo positioned on the left side of the page for the next issue of Classics Illustrated Junior, "The Golden Goose". Spot illustration depicts the next issue's front cover.
An Emperor who loves clothes hires two swindling weavers who promise him a new suit invisible to the stupid. The Emperor pretends he can see a suit to avoid the charge of being stupid. When the Emperor processes before his subjects wearing his new suit, a child in the crowd cries, "The Emperor has nothing on!" The Emperor is mortified. Later, he contritely discards his wardrobe and forces the swindlers to make new clothes for the poor of the land.
A city mouse pays a visit to the country mouse's home but is bored with the simple fare and the quiet life. The country mouse returns the visit but is frightened from the dining table by a dog and the master of the house. He leaves for home, telling his friend he would rather eat in peace and safety.