Issue: 19190901

Monday, September 1, 1919
SEPTEMBER 1919
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Outdoor Life
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OutdoorLife_19190901_0044_003_0001.xml
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The American Tobacco Co.
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The American Tobacco Co.
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OutdoorLife_19190901_0044_003_0002.xml
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129
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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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tableOfContents
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CONTENTS
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OutdoorLife_19190901_0044_003_0004.xml
masthead
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Outdoor Life
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OutdoorLife_19190901_0044_003_0005.xml
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AMERICAN GAME PROTECTIVE ASSOCIATION
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AMERICAN GAME PROTECTIVE ASSOCIATION
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OutdoorLife_19190901_0044_003_0006.xml
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The Horton Mfg. Co.: Bristol
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The Horton Mfg. Co.
Bristol
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OutdoorLife_19190901_0044_003_0007.xml
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133,134,135
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Bringing Home the Bacon
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Wm. Jennings Bryan
For many years I have been a reader of Outdoor Life and the magazines devoted to things out of doors and I have yet to read my first story dealing with the American collared peccary (tayarsu tayarsu), or as it is locally known, the javelina or coche.
OutdoorLife_19190901_0044_003_0008.xml
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135,136,137
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The Trout Pool of My Dreams
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R. L. Heiser
Every enthusiastic trout-fisher has in his mind a pool he’d like to fish in. Of course this pool is exaggerated. It is larger, deeper, prettier than any pool he has ever seen. Naturally, it is filled with trout ; big ones, you bet. Every man has a something he prizes most of all.
OutdoorLife_19190901_0044_003_0009.xml
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138,139,140,141,142,143
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In the Realm of the Sourdough
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J. A. McGuire
As we topped the boggy eminence that morning above our Skolai camp we beheld that gorgeful of glistening ice known as Russell Glacier, straight ahead and a mile away. The mouth of this great icemass stretched across the stream bed for a mile or two, resembling at this distance a great long strip of canvas pegged down at either end by the rocky promontories of the gulch.
OutdoorLife_19190901_0044_003_0010.xml
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FISHING TIME.
THEN
NOW
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W. Alice White
When the air grows warm and the sky is clear, And you are lazy and feel so queer And you gaze around with a vacant look Thinking of nothing but bait and hook, Counting how slowly the days go by Till Sunday comes and your luck you’ll try; And every one is under the spell Of the fishing time we love so Well, That for one thing I reckon as how Aint changed a bit 'twixt then and now.
OutdoorLife_19190901_0044_003_0011.xml
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144,145,146
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Petrified Forests of the Gallatin Range
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Earle R. Forrest
In a remote section of the Gallatin Range, Montana, in the Northwestern corner of Yellowstone National Park, far from the main lines of travel, are a number of fossil trees and stumps that have been dignified with the name of “petrified forests,” altho there are not more than 15 or 20 specimens all told.
OutdoorLife_19190901_0044_003_0012.xml
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146,147,148
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Woodsloafing
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Adam Breede
Whatever you do, make note of the fact that good health is the foundation of all bliss. It is impossible to appreciate the good things of life if you are not sound in mind and sound in body. Health is the soul that animates the pleasures of life.
OutdoorLife_19190901_0044_003_0013.xml
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The Bear Hunt
The adventure here narrated is one that happened to Tolstoy himself in 1858 and written about 1872. More than twenty years later he gave up hunting on humanitarian grounds.
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Leo Tolstoy
We were out on a bear-hunting expedition. My comrade had shot at a bear, but only gave him a flesh-wound. There were traces of blood on the snow, but the bear had got away. We all collected in a group in the forest, to decide whether we ought to go after the bear at once, or wait two or three days till he should settle down again.
OutdoorLife_19190901_0044_003_0014.xml
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151,152
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"Sign Talk"
Signs Around Home.
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EL COMANCHO
Home always is, or should be, an interesting shrine, yet with many men it is only a place where they eat and sleep and get acquainted with the family. I don’t know how you fix your home, but I’m minded to tell you about a few things that help to make home the desirable place it should be.
OutdoorLife_19190901_0044_003_0015.xml
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153,154
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Bulletin—AMERICAN GAME PROTECTIVE ASSOCIATION
“More Game!”
Additional Migratory Bird Treaties.
Game Departments and Politics.
Watch for Bands on Waterfowl.
Army Reservations as Game Preserves.
“Test Case” Decided.
Waterfowl Prospects Good.
All Cats Don’t Kill Birds.
New Hatcheries for New Hampshire.
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R. P. HOLLAND
THE resolution of the United States Senate authorizing negotiations for a treaty with Canada for the protection of migratory birds, passed in 1913, also authorized similar negotiations with other countries. When the Canadian treaty was finally consummated on July 3d of last year, this association immediately recommended a similar treaty with Mexico.
OutdoorLife_19190901_0044_003_0016.xml
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155,156,157
ANGLING DEPT.
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Fishing in Autumnal Weather.
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Robert Page Lincoln
Some years ago thru various outdoor publications I created a great deal of interest in autumnal fishing, and have each season since that time kept at my gentle task of interesting more people in the beauty and productiveness of fishing in the months of September and October, not to mention the excellent fishing to be had way into the month of November.
OutdoorLife_19190901_0044_003_0017.xml
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157,158
ANGLING DEPT.
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With the Fly-Rod on a Wadeable Bass Water.
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O. W. Smith
There are just two classes of water that can be fished with the fly by the bass fisherman who wishes to wade,— lakes with bars and shallow shores, somewhat rare and often difficult of access; and rivers lacking prohibitive depths yet of a character to appeal to bass.
OutdoorLife_19190901_0044_003_0018.xml
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ANGLING DEPT.
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Anglers’ Fireside.
Letter No. 534—Fly-Tying Hooks.
Letter No. 535—A Re-Winding Wrinkle.
Letter No. 536—Rod for General Brook Trout Fishing.
Letter No. 537—A Four-Foot-Six Telescopic Caster.
Letter No. 538—A Successful Fisherman’s Club.
Letter No. 539—Fly-Tackle for the West.
Letter No. 540—How Do Fish See Under Ice?
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O. W. S.
Please give me the name of a good, modern book on fly-tying.—R. E. C., Butte, Mont. As has been pointed out a number of times thru the Fireside, there are several books upon fly-tying, none of which are very modern and many of which are out of print and can be secured only thru second hand book stores.
OutdoorLife_19190901_0044_003_0019.xml
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WINCHESTER
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WINCHESTER
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160,161,162
IN THE GAME FIELD
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The Views of Two Stockmen on the Elk Question.
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R. W. EVERETT
I read with interest the article in the April issue of your valuable magazine by R. W. Everett, “A Review of the Wyoming Elk Range,” and would like very much to present to your readers a statement regarding the interests existing between the cattleman and elk of this valley.
OutdoorLife_19190901_0044_003_0021.xml
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OutdoorLife_19190901_0044_003_0022.xml
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PNEUMATIC MFG. COMPANY
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PNEUMATIC MFG. COMPANY
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OutdoorLife_19190901_0044_003_0023.xml
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Advertisements
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IN THE GAME FIELD
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Governor Riggs Takes a Bear Hunt.
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THOS. RIGGS
I finally got my bear and enclose you a picture of it. My stenographer, Mr. George W. Folta, who is known as the champion bear killer of Juneau, and I left here on a launch on June 19, headed for Berners Bay, but after crossing the bar, we found the weather so good that we decided to make a longer run and go to Chichagof Island.
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IN THE GAME FIELD
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Ricochets from the Game Fields.
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Frank A. Jones
“Where the deer went in droves and there were clouds of ruffed grouse thirty-five years ago there are now cities, homes and farms. As the country develops the game seems to disappear. We are positive that a one-buck law with a thoro execution of the game laws would save the deer in this state.
OutdoorLife_19190901_0044_003_0026.xml
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IN THE GAME FIELD
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Hunting Deer (1918) in Michigan.
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RALPH E. BENEDICT
I will give you an account of our 1918 trip into the Upper Peninsular after deer. William Ward and I left on November 8th for St. Ignace, our stopping-off place. We hunted in Mackinaw and Chippewa counties, twenty miles northeast of St. Ignace.
OutdoorLife_19190901_0044_003_0027.xml
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H. J. HEINZ COMPANY
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H. J. HEINZ COMPANY
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OutdoorLife_19190901_0044_003_0028.xml
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CHAS. NEWTON RIFLE CORPORATION
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CHAS. NEWTON RIFLE CORPORATION
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OutdoorLife_19190901_0044_003_0029.xml
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A. H. HARDY
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A. H. HARDY
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OutdoorLife_19190901_0044_003_0030.xml
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W. C. RUSSELL MOCCASIN CO.
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W. C. RUSSELL MOCCASIN CO.
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OutdoorLife_19190901_0044_003_0031.xml
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Edward vom Hofe & Company
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Edward vom Hofe & Company
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OutdoorLife_19190901_0044_003_0032.xml
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Athol Manufacturing Co.
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Athol Manufacturing Co.
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THE MIXED BAG
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An Old Contributor Writes of France.
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O. J. SALO
Have just returned from Germany and France and as the Outdoor Life magazine was one of the favorite ones “over there” it is only natural that I should write to you at this time and tell you how it was received. A very dear friend sent each copy as it came out.
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THE MIXED BAG
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How Indians Make Flint Arrowheads.
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C. F. W. GODSAL
The letters on above subject in your June, 1914, number have only just come to my notice, nor have I been able to see Mr. Y. B. Hill’s article in February, 1914, number, nor any since. It is a pity that your correspondents are so cocksure that their methods are the only possible ones, and that Mr. Hill’s must therefore be impossible; it is not in this way that the cause of scientific investigation is advanced.
OutdoorLife_19190901_0044_003_0035.xml
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THE MIXED BAG
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Recipe for Corn Bread.
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BEEN THAR
For four hungry men, as follows: Two teacups of sour milk, 2 eggs, 1½ teaspoonful of “Arm and Hammer” soda, piece of butter the size of a hen’s egg, ¼ loaf of very dry bread, pulverized. Put the soda in the milk and beat it well; add a heaping teaspoon of salt, beat the eggs and add to the milk, stirring all the time.
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THE MIXED BAG
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To “El Comancho.”
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Calif. ADDISON M. POWELL
Regardless of any name, nom de plume or nombra abscure you write under or over, you are easily recognized, because the brand of the frontier is indelibly placed on your mind, has left its marks for life—marks of poetic visions of mountain, plain and scenes of romance and long ago.
OutdoorLife_19190901_0044_003_0037.xml
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THE MIXED BAG
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A Water-Proof Cement for the Camper.
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Anyone who has camped out under canvas and been up against a leaky tent without the wherewithal to repair it will be interested in the waterproof cement now obtainable for just such emergencies.
OutdoorLife_19190901_0044_003_0038.xml
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A. F. MEISSELBACH MFG. CO.
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A. F. MEISSELBACH MFG. CO.
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BRILLIANT SEARCH LIGHT MFG. CO.
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BRILLIANT SEARCH LIGHT MFG. CO.
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The Lockhart Spiral Service Leggings, Inc.
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The Lockhart Spiral Service Leggings, Inc.
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C. H. STONEBRIDGE MFG. CO.
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C. H. STONEBRIDGE MFG. CO.
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THE MIXED BAG
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A Rattler-Blacksnake Battle.
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C. F. BAILEY
I was reading Mr. H. F. Sidney’s article in Outdoor Life of the Brazilians keeping boa constrictors as a safeguard against venomous snakes and rats. This reminds me of a little incident which occurred in my barefoot days while living on a farm in West Virginia.
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THE MIXED BAG
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Mixed Queries.
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Editor
Please assist me with some sort of an exposure scale for photographing in the mountain country of Wyoming in August and September.—Ernest Jones, Chicago, Ill. Answer.—We have a 3-A Eastman camera with Goerz lens and have kept fairly close to the following scale for the Rocky Mountain states for summer months.
OutdoorLife_19190901_0044_003_0045.xml
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IN THE FUR FIELD
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Western Furs.
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A. R. Harding
Many now important cities west of the Mississippi River started as furtrading posts. In fact, it was trappers and traders, in quest of furs, who told of such a wonderful country, rich in soil, mineral and furs, that started settlers streaming Westward.
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JONES HAT COMPANY
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JONES HAT COMPANY
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SOUTH BEND BAIT CO.
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SOUTH BEND BAIT CO.
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F. A. HARDY & CO.
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F. A. HARDY & CO.
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A. R. CHISHOLM CO.
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A. R. CHISHOLM CO.
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CAPT. BASIL MIDDLETON
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CAPT. BASIL MIDDLETON
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THE F. W. KING OPTICAL CO.
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THE F. W. KING OPTICAL CO.
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PETERS CARTRIDGE COMPANY
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PETERS CARTRIDGE COMPANY
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D. W. KING
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D. W. KING
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ARMS AND AMMUNITION
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Rifles Which May Be Expected Following the War.
PART II—CONCLUSION.
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Ashley A. Haines
Now, a few words concerning the Savage. When Arthur Savage designed the Savage rifle he designed it for a longer and heavier barrel than the .22 H. P. and .250-3000 calibers have—yes, or the other calibers in the lever action Savages which are supplied with very light-weight barrels and branded “Featherweight.”
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American Gas Machine Co.
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American Gas Machine Co.
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C. C. FILSON
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C. C. FILSON
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OutdoorLife_19190901_0044_003_0058.xml
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National Sportsman Magazine
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National Sportsman Magazine
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JOE WELSH
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JOE WELSH
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M. L. FOSS
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M. L. FOSS
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PAUL WEISS
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PAUL WEISS
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ARMS AND AMMUNITION
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Flopping the Smokewagon.
PART II—CONCLUSION.
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Chauncey Thomas
Another time, as I hinted before, Taylor lay awake one half night inventing torments, and this is what he did to me: It was a fairly warm winter day, temperature a little above freezing, in an old brick pit, no wind, time from 3 to something after 5 o’clock.
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THE REMINGTON ARMS UNION METALLIC CARTRIDGE CO., Inc.
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THE REMINGTON ARMS UNION METALLIC CARTRIDGE CO., Inc.
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ATHOL MFG. CO.
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ATHOL MFG. CO.
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S. N. LEEK
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S. N. LEEK
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Advertisement: FIELD AND STREAM
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FIELD AND STREAM
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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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The Stoll Manufacturing Company Inc.
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The Stoll Manufacturing Company Inc.
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OutdoorLife_19190901_0044_003_0072.xml
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ARMS AND AMMUNITION
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Notes on Military Target Shooting.
SIGHT BLACK.
THE SCORE BOOK.
THE TELESCOPE.
THE MICROMETER.
MOBILUBRICANT.
GOOD SCORES.
CHANGING THE ELEVATION.
THE WINDAGE RULE.
AMMUNITION.
SCORING.
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C. S. Landis
Military rifle shooting may properly be divided into, five stages: First.—Preliminary instruction in the best methods of holding the military rifle in the different shooting positions and how properly to adjust the sling. Snapping practice with the empty rifle until the rifleman-to-be reaches the point where he can “call his shot.”
OutdoorLife_19190901_0044_003_0073.xml
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177
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United States Rubber Company
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United States Rubber Company
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OutdoorLife_19190901_0044_003_0074.xml
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178,179
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Marble Arms & Mfg. Co.
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Marble Arms & Mfg. Co.
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OutdoorLife_19190901_0044_003_0075.xml
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180
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Advertisements
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OutdoorLife_19190901_0044_003_0076.xml
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181
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UTICA-DUXBAK CORPORATION
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UTICA-DUXBAK CORPORATION
[no value]
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OutdoorLife_19190901_0044_003_0077.xml
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182
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Patrick-Duluth Woolen Mills
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Patrick-Duluth Woolen Mills
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OutdoorLife_19190901_0044_003_0078.xml
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182
182
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CLYDE B. TERRELL
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CLYDE B. TERRELL
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OutdoorLife_19190901_0044_003_0079.xml
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183
ARMS AND AMMUNITION
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Converting the .38 Colt Navy Into a .41 Caliber.
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HENRY WALTER FRY
A few months ago I wrote an account of how I had had the chambers of the cylinders of a Colt cap and ball Navy revolver, which had been converted to take the .38 long cartridge, reamed out to take the .41 long cartridge, having first ascertained that the 200 grains, hollow base, inside lubricated bullet would pass fairly easily up the rifling of the barrel.
OutdoorLife_19190901_0044_003_0080.xml
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183
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SAVAGE ARMS CORPORATION
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SAVAGE ARMS CORPORATION
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OutdoorLife_19190901_0044_003_0081.xml
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183
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FIELD & STREAM
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FIELD & STREAM
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OutdoorLife_19190901_0044_003_0082.xml
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183
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Advertisement
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OutdoorLife_19190901_0044_003_0083.xml
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184
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Northwestern School of Taxidermy
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Northwestern School of Taxidermy
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OutdoorLife_19190901_0044_003_0084.xml
article
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184
Miscellaneous
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ARMS AND AMMUNITION QUERIES
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Editor
I wish you would enlighten me on the subject of Spotlight cartridges. The cartridges are listed in the Winchester 1918 catalog. What I want to know is what they are and what they are used for. Another thing I would like to know is, whether the Colt .45 auto.
OutdoorLife_19190901_0044_003_0085.xml
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185
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ENTERPRISE MFG. CO.
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ENTERPRISE MFG. CO.
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OutdoorLife_19190901_0044_003_0086.xml
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185
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Aerothrust Engine Co.
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Aerothrust Engine Co.
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OutdoorLife_19190901_0044_003_0087.xml
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186
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JONAS BROS.
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JONAS BROS.
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OutdoorLife_19190901_0044_003_0088.xml
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186
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Jas. Heddon’s Sons
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Jas. Heddon’s Sons
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OutdoorLife_19190901_0044_003_0089.xml
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186
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Amer.Accessories Co.
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Amer.Accessories Co.
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OutdoorLife_19190901_0044_003_0090.xml
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186
186
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A. H. FOX GUN COMPANY
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A. H. FOX GUN COMPANY
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OutdoorLife_19190901_0044_003_0091.xml
article
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186
Miscellaneous
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THE KENNEL DOGGY QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS
The American Kennel Club and Licensed Judges.
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Walter Cecil Cox
The American Kennel Club has under consideration the rescinding of the rule governing licensed judges, and has advised all the kennel clubs that a vote be taken on the question from the members in each club at one of the regular monthly meetings of the club.
OutdoorLife_19190901_0044_003_0092.xml
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187,188,189
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CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING
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OutdoorLife_19190901_0044_003_0093.xml
article
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189,190,191
Miscellaneous
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AMONG THE TRAP SHOOTERS
National Rifle Matches.
Trapshooting a Feature.
Famous Men as Advisers.
Events Before and During Grand American Handicap.
Forty-seven of the Best Target Breakers in the United States and Canada.
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PETER P. CARNEY
The National Championship Rifle matches are now being held over the Navy Rifle Range at Caldwell, N. J. The matches will continue the remainder of August. Since 1903 the National matches, as they are known in the shooting world, have been conducted and up to this year supervised by the War Department.
OutdoorLife_19190901_0044_003_0094.xml
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189
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Advertisements
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OutdoorLife_19190901_0044_003_0095.xml
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190
190
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Cruiser Motor Car Co.
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Cruiser Motor Car Co.
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OutdoorLife_19190901_0044_003_0096.xml
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190
190
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The National Rubber Supply Co.
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The National Rubber Supply Co.
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OutdoorLife_19190901_0044_003_0097.xml
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190
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KING FOLDING CANVAS BOAT CO.
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KING FOLDING CANVAS BOAT CO.
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OutdoorLife_19190901_0044_003_0098.xml
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190
190
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THE DENT MEDICINE COMPANY
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THE DENT MEDICINE COMPANY
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OutdoorLife_19190901_0044_003_0099.xml
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191
191
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Lyman Gun Sight Corp.
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Lyman Gun Sight Corp.
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OutdoorLife_19190901_0044_003_0100.xml
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191
191
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JOHN G. OEHLER
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JOHN G. OEHLER
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OutdoorLife_19190901_0044_003_0101.xml
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191
191
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THE JOHN J. HILDEBRANDT CO.
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THE JOHN J. HILDEBRANDT CO.
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OutdoorLife_19190901_0044_003_0102.xml
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192
192
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HERCULES POWDER CO.
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HERCULES POWDER CO.
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OutdoorLife_19190901_0044_003_0103.xml
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193
193
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THREE-IN-ONE OIL CO.
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THREE-IN-ONE OIL CO.
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OutdoorLife_19190901_0044_003_0104.xml
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194
194
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R.J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY
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R.J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY
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OutdoorLife_19190901_0044_003_0105.xml