Issue: 19170601

Friday, June 1, 1917
JUNE 1917
6
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39
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Articles
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OUTDOOR LIFE
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advertisement
608
608
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THE B.V.D. COMPANY
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THE B.V.D. COMPANY
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OutdoorLife_19170601_0039_006_0002.xml
advertisement
609
609
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ITHACA GUN CO.: ITHACA GUN
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ITHACA GUN CO.
ITHACA GUN
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OutdoorLife_19170601_0039_006_0003.xml
advertisement
609
609
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LEFEVER ARMS CO., Inc.
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LEFEVER ARMS CO., Inc.
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OutdoorLife_19170601_0039_006_0004.xml
advertisement
609
609
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ATHOL MANUFACTURING CO.: COMFORT SLEEPING-POCKET
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ATHOL MANUFACTURING CO.
COMFORT SLEEPING-POCKET
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OutdoorLife_19170601_0039_006_0005.xml
advertisement
610
610
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NEWTON ARMS CO.
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NEWTON ARMS CO.
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OutdoorLife_19170601_0039_006_0006.xml
advertisement
611
611
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NEWELL PHARMACAL CO.
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NEWELL PHARMACAL CO.
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OutdoorLife_19170601_0039_006_0007.xml
advertisement
612
612
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THE PETERS CARTRIDGE CO.: Peters SHELLS
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THE PETERS CARTRIDGE CO.
Peters SHELLS
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OutdoorLife_19170601_0039_006_0008.xml
masthead
613
613
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OUTDOOR LIFE
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OutdoorLife_19170601_0039_006_0009.xml
tableOfContents
613
613
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STORY CONTENTS
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OutdoorLife_19170601_0039_006_0010.xml
advertisement
614
614
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THE HORTON MFG. CO.: Bristol
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THE HORTON MFG. CO.
Bristol
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OutdoorLife_19170601_0039_006_0011.xml
article
615
615,616,617,618,619
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A BEAR HUNT IN MISSISSIPPI
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E. M. HOLMES
Some twenty Southerners had the time of their lives during the spring of 1916 at the Miller Bros. 101 Ranch and at Ponca City, Okla., as the guests of the Messrs. Miller, at Bliss, and of Judge J. W. Lynch, on one of whose ranches Ponca City is located, and of His Honor, W. H. McFadden, mayor of the said Ponca City.
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article
620
620,621,622,623,624,625
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FISHING THE POOL
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SAMUEL G. CAMP
The most popular way of stream fly|fishing for trout in this country can, perhaps, best be described as “doing a Marathon.” I guess you know what I mean. The sportsman generally starts out with the idea of covering anything from two to five miles of water.
OutdoorLife_19170601_0039_006_0013.xml
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625
625
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Dry Fishin’ in Idaho.
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OGAL ALLA
It used to be when I went out, a-fishin’ in the hills, I’d carry a preventative, to keep away the chills; But now I can’t grab anything, stronger’n sage tea, It shorely is discouragin’, at least ’pears so to me. For then I’d get the limit, of bass or perch or trout— Yes, always fill my basket, each time ’at I’d go out; The fish shore know the flavor, when you expectorate— If you expect to catch ’em, you must spit on the bait.
OutdoorLife_19170601_0039_006_0014.xml
article
626
626,627,628,629,630
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THE ALASKA AND BRITISH COLUMBIA GAME FIELDS
AMMUNITION, ETC.—MISCELLANEOUS.
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DR. R. A. GRIFFITH
Having made several trips to Alaska and Yukon Territory and having had many inquiries from big-game hunters requesting information in regard to various trips, outfits, etc., it would seem that an article on the subject would be seasonable.
OutdoorLife_19170601_0039_006_0015.xml
article
631
631,632,633,634
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A GLIMPSE OF ROCKY MOUNTAIN NATIONAL PARK
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C. E. TURNER
Fifty miles northwest of Denver is the Rocky Mountain National Park, of all such parks the youngest and most accessible. It includes 360 square miles of the grandest and most diversified of all the Rockies’ magnificent scenery. In the entire “backbone of the continent” there is no group of mountains which will equal in massive grandeur, in nobility and stalwart beauty this army of snow-capped veterans, which, with flower-carpeted and ice-worn gorges, lakes and park-like glades nestling between rocky walls, gives a variety of mountain beauty found nowhere else in so small a space.
OutdoorLife_19170601_0039_006_0016.xml
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635
635,636,637,638,639,640
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DOWN THE YUKON RIVER
A hunter-prospector covers 800 miles down this wonderful stream from Kirkman Creek to Tanana in a rowboat. A trip devoid of hunting but full of interesting experiences.
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B. R. BRITTON
Our winter’s prospecting has shown us the futility of further hunting for a rich pay streak on Kirkman Creek, and as we were not interested in a “lowgrade” proposition, my brother and I decided to go down river (the Yukon) to the American side.
OutdoorLife_19170601_0039_006_0017.xml
article
641
641,642,643,644,645
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THE GRIPSACK MOTOR ON A FISHING TRIP
AUTHOR OF “MOTOR BOATS: CONSTRUCTION AND OPERATION,” ETC.
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THOMAS H. RUSSELL
One day last summer my young son surprised me by returning unexpectedly from a vacation fishing trip to a Northern Michigan lake reputed to be full of gamey big fellows, with tributary trout streams running into it from the north. The trip was to have lasted two full weeks, which is about the Chicago limit for a rising young engineer’s vacation in wartime, and as the youngster is a born fisherman, I had visions of his return with the sportsman’s legal allowance of goodsized bass and speckled beauties fresh from the live box.
OutdoorLife_19170601_0039_006_0018.xml
article
646
646,647,648
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HUNTING THE BIG RAMS OF WYOMING
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FRED A. BROWN
On October 3, 1916, Jesse Evans, his brother Jack, their father, my brother Walter and I started out with eight burros for our little pack train on a trip for the big rams at the head of Dinwoody Creek, which flows into the Wind River, seventy miles above Riverton, Wyo.
OutdoorLife_19170601_0039_006_0019.xml
article
649
649,650,651
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CAMPFIRE TALKS
No. 62—Bread and Meat.
To a Camp-Robber Bird.
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CHAUNCEY THOMAS
When the last world’s famine was I do not know. It is so far back in history that today the people of the earth have come to accept as a steady fact, like the rising of the sun, that there is food enough on the earth for all mouths, and that if there is a lack here or there that the tion, not in total hour practically every human thinks at all feels that such is the case.
OutdoorLife_19170601_0039_006_0020.xml
article
652
652,653,654,655,656,657
ANGLING DEPARTMENT
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Anglers’ Fireside.
Letter No. 311.—Flies for Winter Trout Fishing.
Letter No. 312.—Two Fish on a Single Hook.
Letter No. 313.—Steelhead and Rainbow Again.
Letter No. 314.—The Caliber of a Light Salmon Rod.
Letter No. 315.—Plenty of Information in Los Angeles.
Letter No. 316.—Books on Mountain Trout Fishing.
Letter No. 317.—The Ethics of Sportsmanship.
Letter No. 318—Tackle for Texas SaltWater Fishing.
Letter No. 319.—Preserving Salmon Eggs.
Letter No. 320.—A Stocked Pond Problem.
Letter No. 321.—Sucking Sound of Fish.
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Editor Angling Department:—Could you give me any information as to what lure to use for trout at this time of year? I have been fishing twice this spring, but can’t get a rise out of the fish with any of the flies used—gray hackle, brown hackle, white miller, wasp, March brown, red ant and some freak flies of my own building.
OutdoorLife_19170601_0039_006_0021.xml
article
657
657,658,659,660
ANGLING DEPARTMENT
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The Book of Modern Tackle.
Surface-Underwater Lures.
THE SURFACE-UNDERWATER.
ADVANTAGES AND MOVEMENT.
STUDY OF FORM.
SHAPED SINKERS.
LINE ATTACHMENT.
METAL ATTACHMENTS.
SURFACE AND SURFACE|UNDERWATER COMPARED.
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O. W. Smith
As to whether the surface-underwater was an invention or a discovery, I am Unable to say. I am inclined to think it the latter. Someone discovered that a stick whittled in a certain shape, if drawn thru the water, would submerge, coming to the surface as soon as tension on the line was released.
OutdoorLife_19170601_0039_006_0022.xml
article
660
660,661,662
ANGLING DEPARTMENT
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The Pike Book.
Chapter III.—Description of the American Pikes.
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O. W. Smith
“One of the earliest writers by whom the pike is distinctly chronicled is Ausonius, living about the middle of the fourth century, and who thus asperses its character: ‘Lucius obscurus ulva lacunas Obsidet. Hic, nullos mensarum lectus ad usus, Fumat fumosis olide nidore popinis.
OutdoorLife_19170601_0039_006_0023.xml
article
662
662,663
ANGLING DEPARTMENT
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A Trip to the Gunnison.
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Dr. F. R. Maxwell.
For several years I have been giving some attention to bait casting and fly-fishing in the Lone Star State, and I also spend from four to six weeks each year fishing in Colorado. In fact, I spend so much time fishing some of my friends think I am slightly nutty on the subject.
OutdoorLife_19170601_0039_006_0024.xml
article
663
663,664,665
ANGLING DEPARTMENT
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Harmless Infatuation.
Being a Sincere Attempt to Describe the Attractivity of Trout Fishing.
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O. Warren Smith
(Infatuatus, p. p. of infatuare, to infatuate; pref. in-infatuus, foolish.) “Infatuate— “To inspire with a foolish and extravagant passion,” says Webster. Tho my friends hold otherwise, I maintain that my title is not a good one. While I am ready to confess to an “extravagant passion” for trout fishing, I do not for a moment admit that it is “foolish.”
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666
666,667,668
IN THE GAME FIELD
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A Few Remarks on Game Protection.
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Editor Outdoor Life
Much that proves of interest concerning game protection appears from time to time in the columns of Outdoor Life, and while I've not been asked for my views, I feel like making a few remarks, as I presume that this is a sort of free-for-all discussion.
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668
668,669,670
IN THE GAME FIELD
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Cougar and Cat Hunting Experiences—Also a Tip on Searchlights.
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Editor Outdoor Life
It was in the latter ’70s or early ’80s in Ontario (York and Ontario counties). One day my cousin arrived at our home place and we had, along with my elder brother, got our morning chores all done and had decided for a rabbit hunt, as some fresh snow had fallen and they could be tracked and chased to runways by the dog and by those who did not have guns.
OutdoorLife_19170601_0039_006_0027.xml
article
670
670,671
IN THE GAME FIELD
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Guns of the Game Fields.
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Editor Outdoor Life
During the past year several things have come to my notice that might be of interest to others, so will refer to a few. One of the first things that impresses me is the really dense ignorance of nine out of every ten men in regard to rifles, such persons at times showing no knowledge of the simplest ideas of ballistics.
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671
671,672
IN THE GAME FIELD
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Politics and Game Protection.
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Editor Outdoor Life
Herewith you will find renewal of my subscription, and I also take this opportunity of thanking you very much for your editorial in the March issue (page 304) in regard to what a game warden ought to be. I have had the same views for a great many years and have tried to enforce the laws along the lines you have mentioned, altho of course there are a great many obstacles to overcome.
OutdoorLife_19170601_0039_006_0029.xml
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672
672,673
IN THE GAME FIELD
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The Game, the Gun, the Law, and the Man.
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Editor Outdoor Life
It is useless to enact laws for the protection of game after it has become extinct. We would naturally expect that a bird of such food value, and one over which sportsmen are so enthusiastic as the duck, for instance, would receive more vigorous protection and be safeguarded from extermination.
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673
673
IN THE GAME FIELD
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What One Sportsman Did in Washington.
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Editor Outdoor Life
Your letter of the 7th inst., making inquiry as to the text of our new bear law, at hand. Replying, beg to say that the section protecting bear is very short, merely saying that it will be unlawful to hunt, pursue, catch or kill brown or black bears during the months of May, June, July and August.
OutdoorLife_19170601_0039_006_0031.xml
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673
673,674
IN THE GAME FIELD
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The Sad Devastation Wrought by Storms to Yellowstone Park Game.
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Editor Outdoor Life
Undoubtedly you have heard that the past winter was so harsh that thousands of the animals in Yellowstone Park died for want of food. The Department of the Interior was supposed to care for the game in the National Park but their appropriations have been so meager that the superintendent has been unable to feed all of the animals this year.
OutdoorLife_19170601_0039_006_0032.xml
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674
674
IN THE GAME FIELD
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Capturing a Mountain Lion.
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Editor Outdoor Life
I am hunting lions in the Yosemite National Park this winter [letter dated February 19, 1917.— Ed.], also in other parts of the Sierra Nevadas this winter. I got some great lion pictures and also a fine big lion, but the climax came when I climbed an oak tree and put my wire around a big nine-foot male lion and started to pull him out of the tree.
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675
675
IN THE GAME FIELD
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Ricochets from the Game Fields
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The Idaho Game Protective Association of Idaho has been formed, writes Secretary Otto M. Jones. All members must sign the following pledge: “I hereby promise and agree never knowingly to break or violate any law of the state of Idaho enacted for the purpose of protecting the game and fish of this state, and I will do all in my power to prevent others from so violating or breaking any such law.
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675
675
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How Andrew J. Stone Discovered the Sheep That Bears His Name.
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How one man became famous unconsciously is related in an interesting letter received lately by Outdoor Life from J. Frank Callbreath of Telegraph Creek, B. C., Canada. Mr. Callbreath is one of the two outfitting companies (the other being the John Hyland Co.), living at the above place, which is the outfitting point for hunting parties going into the famous Cassiar District of British Columbia.
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article
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676,677,678,679
CAMPING DEPARTMENT
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Camp Cooking.
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To enjoy life we must retain our health. To retain our health it is not only essential, but necessary, that we take a rest or vacation at least once a year from arduous duties, if they are close and confining. To get the most benefit from a limited vacation, what is better than to get out in the woods or mountains, in the midst of wild, free Nature, away from man and his works?
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article
679
679,680,681
CAMPING DEPARTMENT
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Preparing the Wagon for a CampingTrip.
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The wagon is generally used by campers in the West and Southwest for the transportation of themselves, their provisions and their camping paraphernalia; and it is the arrangement of this vehicle for use on camping trips that I wish to deal with in this article.
OutdoorLife_19170601_0039_006_0037.xml
article
682
682
CAMPING DEPARTMENT
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How to Make a Pack-Sack.
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Editor Outdoor Life
First get a piece of canvas about 28 ins. wide and 7 ft. 3 ins. long of whatever color desired, khaki being the best, and about 10 oz. weight; then hem the ends. Next sew a piece of stiff leather on at a, Fig. 1, size 3×8 ins., the top of which is to be 3 ins.
OutdoorLife_19170601_0039_006_0038.xml
article
682
682,683,684,685
CAMPING DEPARTMENT
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Camping Trips by Automobile.
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Have you ever taken an auto camping trip? If not, you have missed something worth while. Have you ever stopped to think of the many pleasures to be had in gipsying thru the country, stopping where night overtakes, often next to a good trout stream, on the shores of a beautiful lake, or on some beauty spot commanding á grand view of mountain and valley?
OutdoorLife_19170601_0039_006_0039.xml
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685
685
CAMPING DEPARTMENT
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A Cure for Poison Oak.
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Editor Outdoor Life
I will send you a cure for poison oak: Take the vine at the same time that you get poisoned and place in an open vessel; put vessel over fire and burn the poison oak vine until it becomes ashes. Then take lard and mix ashes and lard together and apply to affected part.
OutdoorLife_19170601_0039_006_0040.xml
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686
686,687,688,689,690
ARMS AND AMMUNITION
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The Long-Promised Report at Last.
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Ashley A. Haines
Haines is never intending to make any more announcements of the nature found in his article that appeared in the February number of Outdoor Life: No, Sir-ee! Not unless he becomes unusually doped with loco. And why? someone will ask. If the time should ever hit the man asking such a question when he would worry over a matter as much as I have over many things connected with the tests I had in mind when writing the February article referred to, he will understand and save his breath and not ask such a foolish question.
OutdoorLife_19170601_0039_006_0041.xml
article
690
690,691,692,693,694,696
CAMPING DEPARTMENT
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Collimeo. (I Aim.)
An exhaustive and valuable treatise on the subjects of rifle sights for both hunting and target use.
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Edward F. Ball
Gone are the good old days of black-powder rifles when for practical hunting purposes a couple of grains more or less of powder, a loose or a tight-fitting bullet, either a little longer or a little shorter than the standard, a tight or a loose chamber and various other slight deviations made but little difference in the result.
OutdoorLife_19170601_0039_006_0042.xml
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695
695
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H. J. HEINZ COMPANY: HEINZ 57 VARIETIES
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H. J. HEINZ COMPANY
HEINZ 57 VARIETIES
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OutdoorLife_19170601_0039_006_0043.xml
article
696
696,698
ARMS AND AMMUNITION
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“Self-Defense Weapons.”
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Editor Outdoor Life
Editor
In the April number of Outdoor Life there appeared an article under the title, “Self-Defense Weapons," by George E. Pusey, in which this author criticised the writer in a rather audacious and verbose manner for asking the ballistic editor, in the January issue of Outdoor Life, a few questions pertaining to fire|arms; and as Mr. Pusey appears so far “off his base" I feel compelled to write a few lines in answer to it.
OutdoorLife_19170601_0039_006_0044.xml
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697
697
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James Heddon’s Sons
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James Heddon’s Sons
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OutdoorLife_19170601_0039_006_0045.xml
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697
697
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E. I. DU PONT DE NEMOURS & COMPANY
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E. I. DU PONT DE NEMOURS & COMPANY
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OutdoorLife_19170601_0039_006_0046.xml
article
698
698,700,702,704
ARMS AND AMMUNITION
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Springfield Stocks and Battle Sights.
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Editor Outdoor Life
Immediately after writing our reply to Mr. Caswell’s article in the December Outdoor Life we turned around to where we had left our entrenching tool, only to find that some son-of-a-gun had made off with it, so here we are, right out in the open, outnumbered three to one and our reserves in the shape of Mr. Shumaker, who started this “ruction,” nowhere in sight.
OutdoorLife_19170601_0039_006_0047.xml
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699
699
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PEORIA AUTO KOT CO.: ANY KAR AUTO-KOT
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PEORIA AUTO KOT CO.
ANY KAR AUTO-KOT
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OutdoorLife_19170601_0039_006_0048.xml
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699
699
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BRILLIANT SEARCH LIGHT MFG. CO.
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BRILLIANT SEARCH LIGHT MFG. CO.
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OutdoorLife_19170601_0039_006_0049.xml
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699
699
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THE JOHN J. HILDEBRANDT CO.
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THE JOHN J. HILDEBRANDT CO.
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OutdoorLife_19170601_0039_006_0050.xml
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701
701
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A. A. Cutter Co.: Cutter Moccasin or "Pac" Boots
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A. A. Cutter Co.
Cutter Moccasin or "Pac" Boots
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OutdoorLife_19170601_0039_006_0051.xml
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701
701
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Advertisement
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OutdoorLife_19170601_0039_006_0052.xml
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701
701
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BEECH-NUT PACKING COMPANY: Beech-Nut Peanut Butter
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BEECH-NUT PACKING COMPANY
Beech-Nut Peanut Butter
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OutdoorLife_19170601_0039_006_0053.xml
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703
703
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THE F. J. BURCH MFG. CO.: THE BURCH PULLMAN AUTO BED
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THE F. J. BURCH MFG. CO.
THE BURCH PULLMAN AUTO BED
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OutdoorLife_19170601_0039_006_0054.xml
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703
703
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THE A. E. MEEK TRUNK & BAG CO.: AUTOMOBILE TRUNKS and PICNIC CASES
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THE A. E. MEEK TRUNK & BAG CO.
AUTOMOBILE TRUNKS and PICNIC CASES
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OutdoorLife_19170601_0039_006_0055.xml
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703
703
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South Bend Bait Company: South Bend Anti-Back-Lash Reel
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South Bend Bait Company
South Bend Anti-Back-Lash Reel
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OutdoorLife_19170601_0039_006_0056.xml
article
704
704
ARMS AND AMMUNITION
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Rapid-Fire Revolver Tests.
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Editor Outdoor Life
The writer, in company with many other enthusiastic readers of your publication, has been very much interested in the “rapid-fire” tests controversy. While, perhaps, it may not be good policy to enter into any extended argument, and I trust most sincerely that Mr. Chauncey Thomas will take my exceptions in the friendly spirit written, there are one or two statements in his most excellent and interesting article that brings forth the recording of a few “tests” I saw made by Mr. A. J. Geskie, one of the expert testers at the Colt plant.
OutdoorLife_19170601_0039_006_0057.xml
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705
705
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The B.F. Goodrich Rubber Company: TEXTAN
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The B.F. Goodrich Rubber Company
TEXTAN
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OutdoorLife_19170601_0039_006_0058.xml
article
706
706,708,710
ARMS & AMMUNITION QUERIES
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ARMS & AMMUNITION QUERIES
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Editor
Are there any non-mercuric primers of the small size as used in a .32-20 or .25-21? In a .25 cal., with a 16-in. twist, could not a .25-21 straight shell be loaded in some way to shoot accurately—say, for instance, with a coarse or slow powder and short bullet.
OutdoorLife_19170601_0039_006_0059.xml
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707
707
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DAVID T. ABERCROMBIE CO.: ABERCROMBIE'S CAMP
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DAVID T. ABERCROMBIE CO.
ABERCROMBIE'S CAMP
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OutdoorLife_19170601_0039_006_0060.xml
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707
707
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EVINRUDE MOTOR COMPANY
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EVINRUDE MOTOR COMPANY
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OutdoorLife_19170601_0039_006_0061.xml
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709
709
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IDEAL MANUFACTURING CO.: Ideal Hand Book
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IDEAL MANUFACTURING CO.
Ideal Hand Book
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OutdoorLife_19170601_0039_006_0062.xml
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709
709
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KOLB PORTABLE BUILDINC CO.: KOLB TENT HOUSES
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KOLB PORTABLE BUILDINC CO.
KOLB TENT HOUSES
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OutdoorLife_19170601_0039_006_0063.xml
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709
709
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PNEUMATIC MANUFACTURING COMPANY: PERFECTION AIR BED
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PNEUMATIC MANUFACTURING COMPANY
PERFECTION AIR BED
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OutdoorLife_19170601_0039_006_0064.xml
article
710
710
ARMS & AMMUNITION QUERIES
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A Good Gun Book.
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CHAUNCEY THOMAS
Scattered thru Outdoor Life and other shooting magazines for some years back is all the information known about rifles, bullets and powders. Col. Mann—may his spirit rest in peace—gave us an invaluable book. Others have added a little here and there, but still the shooting game keeps ahead of the writers.
OutdoorLife_19170601_0039_006_0065.xml
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710
710
ARMS & AMMUNITION QUERIES
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Statement.
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Before me, a notary public in and for the State and County aforesaid, personally appeared J. A. McGuire, who, having been duly sworn acording to law, deposes and says that he is the publisher of Outdoor Life, and that the following is, to the best of his knowledge and belief, a true statement of the ownership, management (and if a daily paper, the circulation), etc., of the aforesaid publication for the date shown in the above caption, required by the Act of August 24, 1912, embodied in Section 443, Postal Laws and Regulations, printed on the reverse of this form, to-wit: 1.
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711
711
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OutdoorLife_19170601_0039_006_0067.xml
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712
712
ARMS & AMMUNITION QUERIES
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REVOLVER AND PISTOL QUERIES
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LEE KNAPP
Will it injure or weaken the spring in the magazine of the Colt or Savage automatic pistol to leave the cartridges in the magazine for two or three months? How often ought magazine be emptied to keep spring in good condition? Is it necessary to oil spring in magazine?—Ed M. Smith, Gorham, Colo.
OutdoorLife_19170601_0039_006_0068.xml
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713
713
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Savage Arms Company
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Savage Arms Company
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OutdoorLife_19170601_0039_006_0069.xml
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713
713
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HERCULES POWDER CO.
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HERCULES POWDER CO.
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OutdoorLife_19170601_0039_006_0070.xml
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713
713
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Caille Perfection Motor Company
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Caille Perfection Motor Company
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OutdoorLife_19170601_0039_006_0071.xml
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714
714
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AMONG THE TRAP SHOOTERS
POPULARITY OF ORGANIZED LEAGUES.
SOLVING A CITY PROBLEM.
THIS CLUB IS PROGRESSIVE.
MUNICIPAL TRAP CLUBS.
THE MOVABLE GUN CLUB IS THE LATEST SPORTING FAD.
NOTES.
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PETER P. CARNEY
Trapshooters, realizing that their sport could be made even more popular by introducing the element of competition among gun clubs, organized trapshooting leagues, consisting of anywhere from three to twelve clubs each. The result has been that the club members are now deriving more pleasure and a greater incentive for concentrated effort thru the medium of friendly competition.
OutdoorLife_19170601_0039_006_0072.xml
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715
715
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W. C. Russell Moccasin Co.
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W. C. Russell Moccasin Co.
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OutdoorLife_19170601_0039_006_0073.xml
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715
715
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Advertisement: 2-CYLINDER KOBAN ROWBOAT MOTOR
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2-CYLINDER KOBAN ROWBOAT MOTOR
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OutdoorLife_19170601_0039_006_0074.xml
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715
715
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E. I. DU PONT DE NEMOURS & CO.
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E. I. DU PONT DE NEMOURS & CO.
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OutdoorLife_19170601_0039_006_0075.xml
article
716
716
The KENNEL
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DOGGY QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS
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WALTER CECIL COX
Will you please answer the following: (1) Is the Russian wolfhound a good varmint dog? (2) Is he a good cold-trailer or does he run by sight? (3) Is he a good dog for bear, cougar and cats?—O. S. S., Washington. Answer.— (1) It is only useful for coyotes.
OutdoorLife_19170601_0039_006_0076.xml
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717
717
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OutdoorLife_19170601_0039_006_0077.xml
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718
718
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[no value]
STOLL MFG. CO.: EVEREADY AUTO BED
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STOLL MFG. CO.
EVEREADY AUTO BED
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OutdoorLife_19170601_0039_006_0078.xml
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718
718
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[no value]
GRACE TENT CO.: The GRACE convertible TENT
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GRACE TENT CO.
The GRACE convertible TENT
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OutdoorLife_19170601_0039_006_0079.xml
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718
718
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OutdoorLife_19170601_0039_006_0080.xml
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718
718
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THE W. J. JAMISON CO.: STRUGGLING MOUSE
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THE W. J. JAMISON CO.
STRUGGLING MOUSE
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OutdoorLife_19170601_0039_006_0081.xml
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719
719
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OutdoorLife_19170601_0039_006_0082.xml
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720
720
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BROWNING BROS. CO.
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BROWNING BROS. CO.
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OutdoorLife_19170601_0039_006_0083.xml
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720
720
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Rhoades Manufacturing Co.: The HA-HA PROTECTOR
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Rhoades Manufacturing Co.
The HA-HA PROTECTOR
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OutdoorLife_19170601_0039_006_0084.xml
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720
720
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OutdoorLife_19170601_0039_006_0085.xml
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720
720
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AUTO BED COMPANY: McMILLIN AUTO BED
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AUTO BED COMPANY
McMILLIN AUTO BED
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OutdoorLife_19170601_0039_006_0086.xml
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721
721
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A. F. MEISSELBACH & BRO.: Takapart Bait Casting Reel
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A. F. MEISSELBACH & BRO.
Takapart Bait Casting Reel
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OutdoorLife_19170601_0039_006_0087.xml
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721
721
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DENVER -AMP;AMP; RIO GRANDE RAILROAD
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DENVER -AMP;AMP; RIO GRANDE RAILROAD
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OutdoorLife_19170601_0039_006_0088.xml
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721
721
[no value]
[no value]
The Haserot Canneries Co.: FULL-MEAL
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The Haserot Canneries Co.
FULL-MEAL
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OutdoorLife_19170601_0039_006_0089.xml
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721
721
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[no value]
HASTINGS SPORTING GOODS WORKS
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HASTINGS SPORTING GOODS WORKS
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OutdoorLife_19170601_0039_006_0090.xml
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722
722
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OutdoorLife_19170601_0039_006_0091.xml
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723
723
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GUY-RA-TORY REEL CO.: GUY-RA-TORY REEL
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GUY-RA-TORY REEL CO.
GUY-RA-TORY REEL
[no value]
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OutdoorLife_19170601_0039_006_0092.xml
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723
723
[no value]
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JONAS BROS.: BEAUTIFUL RUGS
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JONAS BROS.
BEAUTIFUL RUGS
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OutdoorLife_19170601_0039_006_0093.xml
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723
723
[no value]
[no value]
Ellis Camp Bed Company
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Ellis Camp Bed Company
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OutdoorLife_19170601_0039_006_0094.xml
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724
724
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OutdoorLife_19170601_0039_006_0095.xml
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725
725
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726
726
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OutdoorLife_19170601_0039_006_0097.xml
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727
727
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OutdoorLife_19170601_0039_006_0098.xml
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728
728
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OutdoorLife_19170601_0039_006_0099.xml
advertisement
729
729
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OutdoorLife_19170601_0039_006_0100.xml
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730
730,731,732,733
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CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING
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OutdoorLife_19170601_0039_006_0101.xml
advertisement
734
734
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OUTDOOR LIFE PUBLISHING CO.: OUTDOOR LIFE'S LIBRARY
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OUTDOOR LIFE PUBLISHING CO.
OUTDOOR LIFE'S LIBRARY
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OutdoorLife_19170601_0039_006_0102.xml
advertisement
735
735
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E. J. MARTIN'S SONS
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E. J. MARTIN'S SONS
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OutdoorLife_19170601_0039_006_0103.xml
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736
736
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Cole Motor Car Company: COLE 8
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Cole Motor Car Company
COLE 8
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OutdoorLife_19170601_0039_006_0104.xml
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737
737
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[no value]
Sanargyros CORPARTION: MURAD THE TURKISH CIGARETTE
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Sanargyros CORPARTION
MURAD THE TURKISH CIGARETTE
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OutdoorLife_19170601_0039_006_0105.xml
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738
738
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