Issue: 19191001

Wednesday, October 1, 1919
OCT., 1919
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R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co.: PRINCE ALBERT
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R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co.
PRINCE ALBERT
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HERCULES POWDER CO.
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HERCULES POWDER CO.
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CONTENTS
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masthead
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Outdoor Life
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WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS COMPANY
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WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS COMPANY
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The Horton Mfg. Company: Bristol
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The Horton Mfg. Company
Bristol
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The Leopard
Its habits, characteristics, peculiarities—and some that have been met up with by the author.
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Chas. Cottar
Felis Pardus inhabits the widest area of all the carnivora fissipedia. In Asia he is found from the cold forests of Siberia to the tropical islands of the Straights Settlements; from the Yellow sea to the deserts of Arabia; and in every nook and corner of the African Continent.
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In the Realm of the Sourdough
PART IV.
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J. A. McGuire
We should hardly have been human if we were not tired the next morning—in fact, we arose about how and when we pleased. This long-distance hunting was beginning to “get” us, for where the James branch of our party hunted yesterday it was eleven miles from camp.
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An Honest Angler.
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GEO. J. SOUTHWICK
Oh, yes, I went a-fishing where the brooklet flowed along, I had with me lots of courage and my heart was full of song. As I waded in the water I at once rigged up my rod, Then cast a fly before me and pulled in—a lot of sod. No, I didn’t cuss nor mutter, but I merely tried once more And hooked one of the branches of the big tree on the shore.
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Canal Zone Crocodiles
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V. A. Lyman
To those who think crocodile hunting can be nothing more than deliberate target shooting, let me say they are mistaken. A physically exhausted, entirely worn-out man, muddy from head to foot and carrying a muddy .250-3000 Savage rifle and an irregular shaped lump of mud which, on closer investigation, was found to be the skin of a good-sized Crocodilus Americanus, came to the writer’s house at Gatun one day.
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WHERE GOD SMILED.
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CLARENCE B. DOUGLAS
Did you ever hear the call of the wild, As you pegged away at the daily grind With a heavy heart and a weary mind, Your nerves strung up like a frightened child— Did you ever hear the call of the wild? Did you ever hear the call of the stream As you worked along in a ceaseless strain, With muscles taut and a fagged-out brain When life was a restless waking dream— Did you ever hear the call of the stream?
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Photographs of Malayan Big Game
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THEODORE R. HUBBACK
The photographs that I am sending you comprise pictures of some of the big game that I have shot in Malaya during the last fifteen years. However much these photographs may or may not interest others, to me they bring back the memory of many a strenuous day spent in the jungles of the Malay Peninsula, recall the memory of many an exciting incident, many a temporary disappointment, and many an evening spent over the camp fire, enjoying to the full that priceless sensation which comes to all hunters as the reward of a successful finish to one’s labors, when the game which one has followed for many a weary hour, over many a steep hill, and thru many a deep swamp, has at last been outwitted and brought to bag.
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Wolves of the Sand Lake Chain
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Fred Bradford Ellsworth
“If you want some real good muskellunge fishing go up to Dorset, Minn., and fish the Sand Lake Chain. There are lakes there where the muskies will strike at a tin can, pie plate, or anything else. Pinch yourself! Wake up! I’ve had insomnia for a week thinking about fishing.”
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Some Nature Study—The Beaver
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Dr. Rufus A. Burriss
Ontario, Canada, is noted for her beavers, for they have been protected and there are large numbers of them. What a grand thing it would be if all animals of the nature of beavers could be protected. Beavers are purely vegetarians, and in this country they live chiefly on the bark of young poplar trees.
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THE ABANDONED ROAD.
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KENNETH BRITTON
One day as I rambled o’er meadow and wood, I chanced on a highway of old That for decades had laid in a state of decay, And was covered with mosses and mould. Where man had once traveled is traveled by beast— The deer is the master of all, And the voice of the farmer is no longer heard— There is only the wood-creature’s call.
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The Tale of a Dog
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Sam H. Clark
Several years ago one August afternoon the expressman delivered at my office a rudely constructed crate containing a whining pup. A fellow down in Oklahoma had advertised a young hunting dog for sale and I had answered the “ad,” stating that if the dog was just half as wonderful as the owner claimed it was he should have no hesitancy in sending the doggone dog on approval.
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BOB WHITE
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GEORGE COOPER
I see you, on the zigzag rails, You cherry little fellow! While purple leaves are whirling down And scarlet, brown and yellow. ƒ hear you when the air is full Of snow-down of the thistle; All in your speckled jacket trim, "Bob-white ! Bob-while !" you whistle.
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"Sign Talk"
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Weather.
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EL COMANCHO
Weather is so closely related to man and his every-day life that it is a subject which interests everybody, yet very few people really know anything much about weather and why weather “is.” Every locality has its weather prophets who “hit it” more or less accurately, as they are able to make a shrewd guess from the signs they see in the sky.
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Bulletin—AMERICAN GAME PROTECTIVE ASSOCIATION
"More Game"
How They Do It in Nebraska.
Fish and Game in Dollars and Cents.
Guides.
Hunting From Automobiles.
Sportsmen and Good Citizens, Notice.
Weights of Geese.
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R. P. HOLLAND
THE sportsmen must come to the realization that the game is his game. If he will not interest himself in behalf of the birds or animals from which he derives his pleasure, who does he expect to shoulder this burden? Of course, it is true that both state and federal government employ men to enforce the law, but what can these men expect to accomplish without the co-operation of the sportsman?
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A PRAIRIE FIRE.
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WILLIS HUDSPETH
The smell of burning grass and Weeds awoke Us in our covered-wagons near our claims. Preceded by a firmament of smoke, A regiment of shooting, crackling flames Stole on us in a wild, offensive drive, Attacking nesting grouse and prairie bird. And leaving only those dear ones alive
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ANGLING DEPT.
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Wading a Lake Shore With the Short Rod and Reel.
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O. W. Smith
Just why anglers should always associate wading with fly-casting is not clear in my mind. That there is rare sport in fishing a wadeable water—either lake or stream—with the short rod and regulation casting reel, I am ready to volunteer testimony in any angling court.
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ANGLING DEPT.
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Some Trout Fishing Matters.
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VIRGINIUS
I am delighted to find that I disagree with you on the subject of hooks. I have lost more fish “off” Sneck bends than all the rest put together. Yes, I have some in my dry fly box, but that only goes to prove that they are worthless; every angler worth his salt has the worst represented in his rigging.
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ANGLING DEPT.
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Guided by Swallows.
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BEEN THAR
In August, 1918, I was fly-fishing Whatcom Creek, under the Grand Avenue bridge, right in the heart of Bellingham, Wash., with no success to speak of. However, the trout were rising all around me, tho they would not take my fly. Soon there came another fly caster who said that if we had the right kind of fly we would get some fish.
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ANGLING DEPT.
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Fishing in the Mountain Streams.
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Forest Rambler
No one ever accused me of being a fisherman. Why? Because they had no cause for so doing. Yet I’m interested in fishing and have my field of operations. If you are in the Forest Service and you travel along the streams you will meet many kinds of fish and fishermen.
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ANGLING DEPT.
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Anglers’ Fireside.
Letter No. 541—Tapered Lines.
Letter No. 542—A Protest.
Letter No. 543—Fish Culture.
Letter No. 544—Fishing for Wall-Eyes.
Letter No. 545—A Remarkable Catch.
Letter No. 546—The Lake Was Stocked With Steelhead.
Letter No. 547—Trout and Pheasant on a Fly.
Letter No. 548—Leader Knots.
Letter No. 549—Preserving the Color of Silk Windings.
Letter No. 550—Just Fishin’.
Letter No. 551—A Canvas Boat.
A “Pot-Bellied Trout.”
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O. W. S.
Editor Angling: Department:—I have just ordered a Leonard fly rod, 9½ ft. long, and to weigh in neighborhood of 4 or 5 ozs. What double-tapered line shall I get? A local dealer recommends an imported “H. C. H.,” double-tapered “Halford,” because of greater ease in casting.
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IN THE GAME FIELD
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Some Phases of Cougar Life.
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A. D. TEMPLE
The April number of Outdoor Life is so interesting that I can’t forbear a few remarks and some reminisences on the subjects that interest me most. “The Scream of the Cougar” agrees with my experience with the brute, altho I can’t be positive that I heard them “scream,” but they certainly make a variety of sounds now and then.
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IN THE GAME FIELD
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Plover Shooting at Wellfleet.
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PAUL CURTIS
We arrived at Wellfleet on Cape Cod in the afternoon, and anchored off a small neck of beach which protruded from the mainland. We had a small supper and then went ashore to investigate the hunting grounds. Here were the small tracks of sanderlings and ring-necked plover, and there were the tracks of a long black duck which had wandered around the beach, and here, at last, was what we sought, the signs of golden and black-breasted plover.
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IN THE GAME FIELD
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Two Sets of Horns Grown by Same Deer.
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HUBERT TOLER
I am sending you a photograph of a couple of interesting deer heads. The one shown on the right is the original deer which grew both sets. These horns were in the velvet when the deer was killed. This deer was killed in Cherokee County, Texas, in August, 1893.
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IN THE GAME FIELD
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Bad Records of Alaska Bears.
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CHAS. REMINGTON
While being in favor of a reasonable bill for the protection of bears, there are many unreasonable statements made in regard to the habits of bears in Alaska, some of which I shall attempt to correct. For proof of my statements here made I will ask Charles Sheldon, the editor of Outdoor Life and others to investigate the past history of the '98ers in the Copper River country of Alaska and their experiences with the bears of that country.
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IN THE GAME FIELD
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Palmy Hunting Days in Florida.
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ARTHUR SCHLEM
Sometimes a man reaches the sere and yellow age in life before he learns things he ought to have known all the time. Here I am, — years old and just learning two things ; one, that Outdoor Life is a magazine the like of which I have often thought ought to be published; the second point is that in the first copy of Outdoor Life I ever saw about the first thing I noticed was a letter from one of your subscribers describing me as a “market hunter” and giving what he probably believes to be a true account of my guns and loads.
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IN THE GAME FIELD
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Migratory Bird Law Holds Good.
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The constitutionality of the Federal Migratory Bird Treaty Act approved July 3, 1918, is upheld in an opinion rendered June 4 by Federal Judge Jacob Trieber of the Eastern District of Arkansas in the case of United States against E. D. Thompson, of Memphis, Tenn., charged with killing and possessing one robin in violation of the act.
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IN THE GAME FIELD
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Changes in Oregon’s Game Laws.
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CARL D. SHOEMAKER
Under separate cover, I am sending you a copy of our new game laws. The principal changes are as follows: 1. Deer season is uniform thruout the state, being from September 1st to October 31st, except in Union and Wallowa counties, the season opens on September 10th and closes on November 10th.
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IN THE GAME FIELD
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California Elk Getting “Too Familar."
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H. Cooley
Editor
Outdoor Life has for some time contained articles on preserving the elk of Wyoming and Colorado and as we have a different elk problem here in California, the enclosed clipping from the Pacific Grove Daily Review may interest you. The elk were wild enough when turned loose in the Del Monte Forest, a body of land containing about 7,000 acres, but as they were unmolested they soon became used to autos and pedestrians, for the famous 17-mile drive and other drives in this forest are much traveled.
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Winchester Repeating Arms Co.: The Winchester Gas Control System
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Winchester Repeating Arms Co.
The Winchester Gas Control System
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IN THE GAME FIELD
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Aeroplanes in Game Hunting.
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It is very doubtful if our last state assemblies paid enough attention to the aeroplane with regard to its bearing on game protection. At a time when private aeroplanes are being bought and used for pleasure purposes, it is a deplorable fact that hardly a state in our Union has as yet passed measures protecting the game from pursuit by hunters in these machines.
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IN THE GAME FIELD
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The Confusion of Band-Tail and Passenger Pigeons.
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THOS. H. IRVINE
I believe I owe you this letter. Several months ago I read in Outdoor Life that the last passenger pigeon known to be in existence had recently died in the Zoological Gardens of Cincinnati. I wrote you that I thought you were mistaken; that I had seen several flocks of them near salt water on the Oregon Coast, near Port Orford and Pistol River.
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IN THE GAME FIELD
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The Scream of the Cougar.
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JOHN LINCH
In the game field department of April Outdoor Life the article by Frank C. Cowan regarding the scream of the cougar interests me. I will say that I think there are very few men who ever heard a cougar scream while in the woods. For the last twenty years I have lived in the woods in every month in the year, and I have never heard a cougar scream.
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IN THE GAME FIELD
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Ricochets From the Game Fields.
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The last assembly of Minnesota passed a law providing that killing a moose illegally, or attempting to do so, or having moose meat illegally in possession, is now a gross misdemeanor, a grand jury, district court case, the penalty for which is imprisonment for not to exceed one year or by a fine of not more than $1,000.
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R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY: Camel
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R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY
Camel
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JONAS BROS.
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JONAS BROS.
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IN THE FUR FIELD
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Fur Season of 1919-1920.
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A. R. Harding
Within a few weeks another trapping season begins. Many are already wondering what fur values will be? Nearly all raw furs have been selling at highest prices every known during the past year. No one knows just what prices will be, but judging from present conditions (weeks before date of this issue) prospects are for continued high prices for most raw furs.
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Advertisements
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E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Company
Improved Military Rifle Powder No. 15
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PAUL E. STUECK: FISHING TACKLE
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PAUL E. STUECK
FISHING TACKLE
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CHAS. NEWTON RIFLE CORPORATION: RIFLE
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CHAS. NEWTON RIFLE CORPORATION
RIFLE
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IN THE FUR FIELD
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When to Trap to Get Prime Pelts.
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The only way to go at the business of trapping wild animals is with the idea that you are going to make as much money as possible. To do this, those who are novices or who have been trapping only a very short time, should follow certain rules. And the first and most important rule of all is—don’t trap until furs are prime.
OutdoorLife_19191001_0044_004_0050.xml
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A. F. MEISSELBACH MFG. CO.: Improved Automatic Reel
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A. F. MEISSELBACH MFG. CO.
Improved Automatic Reel
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KING FOLDING CANVAS BOAT CO.: FOLDING PUNCTURE-PROOF CANVAS BOATS
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KING FOLDING CANVAS BOAT CO.
FOLDING PUNCTURE-PROOF CANVAS BOATS
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THE DENT MEDICINE COMPANY
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THE DENT MEDICINE COMPANY
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ARMS AND AMMUNITION
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The Chuck Range.
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Lt. Colonel Townsend Whelen
I call it the “Chuck Range” for two reasons. First, all of the paraphernalia can be “chucked” into my dope bag and rifle case, transported to some suitable locality, and the experimental range set up anywhere that it is safe to turn loose a rifle bullet.
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THE REMINGTON ARMS UNION METALLIC CARTRIDGE COMPANY, Inc.
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THE REMINGTON ARMS UNION METALLIC CARTRIDGE COMPANY, Inc.
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W. C. RUSSELL MOCCASIN CO.
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W. C. RUSSELL MOCCASIN CO.
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Machinists’ Supplies
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Machinists’ Supplies
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THE F. W. KING OPTICAL CO.: SHOOTING GLASSES
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THE F. W. KING OPTICAL CO.
SHOOTING GLASSES
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ARMS AND AMMUNITION
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Resurrection of the Peacemaker.
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Chauncey Thomas
The greatest, if indeed the only, pleasure in shooting, at least with revolvers, is in trying to do something one can’t do. The instant it is done one gets his reward for weeks, months, or even for years of effort; the next instant it all turns drab, and one must need find a new world to conquer.
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SAVAGE ARMS CORPORATION: .22 Savage N. R. A. Rifle
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SAVAGE ARMS CORPORATION
.22 Savage N. R. A. Rifle
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Advertisements
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D. W. KING
Buckhorn or Flat Top
D. W. KING
Spark Point Gold Bead
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ATHOL MFG. CO.: Perfection Capes
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ATHOL MFG. CO.
Perfection Capes
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OutdoorLife_19191001_0044_004_0062.xml
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OutdoorLife_19191001_0044_004_0063.xml
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OutdoorLife_19191001_0044_004_0064.xml
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Advertisement: Outdoor Life Pub. Co.
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Outdoor Life Pub. Co.
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OutdoorLife_19191001_0044_004_0065.xml
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243
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Colt’s Patent Fire Arms Mfg. Co.
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Colt’s Patent Fire Arms Mfg. Co.
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OutdoorLife_19191001_0044_004_0066.xml
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244
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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_19191001_0044_004_0067.xml
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244
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HUNTER and GUIDE
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HUNTER and GUIDE
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OutdoorLife_19191001_0044_004_0068.xml
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S. N. LEEK
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S. N. LEEK
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OutdoorLife_19191001_0044_004_0069.xml
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244,245,246
ARMS AND AMMUNITION
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The Passing of the .45-70.
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W. S. Davenport
If the .45-70 is to be dropped, as rumor says, only the .33 will be left of all the many cartridges that have been used in the ’86 Winchester. The ’86 Winchester has always been more popular than the cartridges it fired. When small calibers came into fashion which killed big game by mushrooming and had a flat path and were small and light, the old 500-grain bullet of the .45-70 was cut down to 300 and loaded with better powder, so that its speed went up to nearly 1,900 feet and its energy to nearly 2,400 foot-pounds.
OutdoorLife_19191001_0044_004_0070.xml
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245
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Three-in-One Oil Company: PYRAMID SOLVENT
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Three-in-One Oil Company
PYRAMID SOLVENT
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OutdoorLife_19191001_0044_004_0071.xml
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246
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Roche Electric Machine Co.: Electric Hygienic Machine
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Roche Electric Machine Co.
Electric Hygienic Machine
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OutdoorLife_19191001_0044_004_0072.xml
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246
246
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Haanstad’s Camera Shop
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Haanstad’s Camera Shop
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OutdoorLife_19191001_0044_004_0073.xml
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246
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Advertisements
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SCHOYEN & PETERSON
RIFLES
SCHOYEN & PETERSON
RIFLE BARRELS
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OutdoorLife_19191001_0044_004_0074.xml
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246
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Advertisements: OUTDOOR LIFE PUB. CO.
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OUTDOOR LIFE PUB. CO.
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OutdoorLife_19191001_0044_004_0075.xml
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246
246,247
ARMS AND AMMUNITION
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Hand-Loaded Vs. Factory-Loaded Shells.
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R. E. HERRICK
Impetuous youth is always at variance with its elders, and the writer is no exception. Our own offspring already gives evidences of also following in the paternal footsteps, and this will have to serve as an excuse for our taking issue with one Chauncey Thomas, and we trust he will bear with us for that reason.
OutdoorLife_19191001_0044_004_0076.xml
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247
ARMS AND AMMUNITION
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Bullseye Pistol Clamp.
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A. C. MULLER
Years ago I used to shoot a pistol in this way, that I grasped it alongside a walking stick; the end of the stick rested on my right shoulder, the right thumb was hooked over the stick, the left elbow rested against my side. I could do very accurate shooting that way, and there were two drawbacks: The first was the outstanding cylinder of the old-fashioned revolver.
OutdoorLife_19191001_0044_004_0077.xml
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247,248
ARMS AND AMMUNITION
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How to Manipulate the Ross for Best Results.
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A. F. COOPER
I notice in your September (1918) issue a query from Melvin Halvarson regarding the Ross. As I have had a great deal of experience with these rifles, both sporting and military, the latter during forty-five months as an armourer in the Canadian Expeditionary Force, I may be able to help him some, and will at any time be pleased to answer any question pertaining to the various models of the Ross, more especially the military model.
OutdoorLife_19191001_0044_004_0078.xml
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OutdoorLife_19191001_0044_004_0079.xml
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248
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The Lockhart Spiral Service Leggings, Inc.
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The Lockhart Spiral Service Leggings, Inc.
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OutdoorLife_19191001_0044_004_0080.xml
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248
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Jas. Heddon’s Sons
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Jas. Heddon’s Sons
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OutdoorLife_19191001_0044_004_0081.xml
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248
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PAUL WEISS, Optician: Alpine Binoculars
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PAUL WEISS, Optician
Alpine Binoculars
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OutdoorLife_19191001_0044_004_0082.xml
article
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248
ARMS AND AMMUNITION
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Home-made Powder Scales.
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F. W. MYRICK
Let me suggest a weighing device that costs nothing, is accurate and fast: Draw a bullet from a factory shell, put it in the cup marked “bullet,” partially balance it with sand, fine shot, or anything in the cup at charger end so that addition of charger cup, with the load of powder from tho same shell will balance.
OutdoorLife_19191001_0044_004_0083.xml
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248
ARMS AND AMMUNITION
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The .22 Center-Fire Cartridge.
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E. ENGELHARDT
In your March number C. B. Poole of Oklahoma laments the lack of popularity of the .22 center-fire cartridge (22-13-45) in the United States. It seems to me that in this case the old saying that no prophet is appreciated in his own country comes true, as its merits were long ago recognized in Central and parts of Eastern Europe.
OutdoorLife_19191001_0044_004_0084.xml
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248,249
ARMS AND AMMUNITION
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Referring to “Gordon’s” Query on Beaumont Rifle.
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SAM L. CARTER
In re “Gordon’s” inquiry concerning the Beaumont rifle and ammunition in January Outdoor Life, Arms and Ammunition Queries, my experience with that rifle and cartridge may be of interest to himself and others, as well. This obsolete foreign army musket having been pretty thoroly distributed over the United States, I “happened” on one some years ago when considerably younger than I am now.
OutdoorLife_19191001_0044_004_0085.xml
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ARMS AND AMMUNITION
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The U. S. Revolver Association Elects Officers.
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The annual meeting of the United States Revolver Association was held June 28, 1919, at the Seventy-first Regiment Armory, New York. The following officers were elected: President—A. M. Poindexter, Denver, Colo. First Vice President—A. C. Hurlburt, Hartford, Conn.
OutdoorLife_19191001_0044_004_0086.xml
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E. A. Stephens & Co.
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E. A. Stephens & Co.
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OutdoorLife_19191001_0044_004_0087.xml
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FRED WHITE
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FRED WHITE
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OutdoorLife_19191001_0044_004_0088.xml
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THE CROSBY FRISIAN FUR COMPANY
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THE CROSBY FRISIAN FUR COMPANY
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OutdoorLife_19191001_0044_004_0089.xml
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F. C. TAYLOR FUR CO.
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F. C. TAYLOR FUR CO.
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OutdoorLife_19191001_0044_004_0090.xml
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Percy H. Tucker
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Percy H. Tucker
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OutdoorLife_19191001_0044_004_0091.xml
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AMERICAN PHOTOGRAPHY
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AMERICAN PHOTOGRAPHY
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OutdoorLife_19191001_0044_004_0092.xml
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250,251,252,253,254
Miscellaneous
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ARMS AND AMMUNITION QUERIES
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Editor
Please advise me, can the .25-35 Savage rifle cartridge be reloaded with either the 86-gr. bullet of the .25-20, the 87-gr. bullet of the .250-3000 or the 101-gr. pointed bullet of the .25 Remington auto., and shot at a velocity of 2,500 to 2,800 ft. sec.?
OutdoorLife_19191001_0044_004_0093.xml
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Field & Stream
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Field & Stream
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OutdoorLife_19191001_0044_004_0094.xml
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252
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A. H. FOX GUN COMPANY
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A. H. FOX GUN COMPANY
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OutdoorLife_19191001_0044_004_0095.xml
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252
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ENTERPRISE MFG. CO.
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ENTERPRISE MFG. CO.
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OutdoorLife_19191001_0044_004_0096.xml
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252
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L. L. BEAN, Mfr.
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L. L. BEAN, Mfr.
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OutdoorLife_19191001_0044_004_0097.xml
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OutdoorLife_19191001_0044_004_0098.xml
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Lyman Gun Sight Corp.
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Lyman Gun Sight Corp.
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OutdoorLife_19191001_0044_004_0099.xml
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253
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Advertisement: NATIONAL SPORTSMAN MAGAZINE
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NATIONAL SPORTSMAN MAGAZINE
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OutdoorLife_19191001_0044_004_0100.xml
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Advertisements
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OutdoorLife_19191001_0044_004_0101.xml
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255,256,257,258
AMONG THE TRAP SHOOTERS
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The Grand American Handicap.
Hard Score to Beat.
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Peter P. Carney
Advised by physicians early in June to renew his acquaintance with the great outdoors and to take up some form of recreation if he wished to regain his health, which had been sapped by a long siege of typhoid fever, George William Lorimer, former mayor of Piqua, and now a most respected citizen of Troy, Ohio, went back to his first love, the shotgun, and after nine weeks of clay target practice he shot in and won the Grand American Handicap, the “big” event of the Grand American Handicap Trapshooting Tournament, and for these many years regarded as the blue ribbon event of trapdom.
OutdoorLife_19191001_0044_004_0102.xml
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255
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PATRICK-DULUTH WOOLEN MILLS
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PATRICK-DULUTH WOOLEN MILLS
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OutdoorLife_19191001_0044_004_0103.xml
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255
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Metz & Schloerb: INDIAN MOCCASINS
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Metz & Schloerb
INDIAN MOCCASINS
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OutdoorLife_19191001_0044_004_0104.xml
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257
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Advertisements
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MARBLE ARMS & MFG. CO.
Marble’s “Woodcraft” Knife
MARBLE ARMS & MFG. CO.
Marble’s No. 2 Safety Axe
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OutdoorLife_19191001_0044_004_0105.xml
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257
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The National Rubber Supply Co.: Miller Tires
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The National Rubber Supply Co.
Miller Tires
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OutdoorLife_19191001_0044_004_0106.xml
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258
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Brilliant Search Light Mfg. Co.: The Carbide Gas Brilliant Search Light
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Brilliant Search Light Mfg. Co.
The Carbide Gas Brilliant Search Light
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OutdoorLife_19191001_0044_004_0107.xml
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258
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Publishers, THE BOOK SUPPLY COMPANY
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Harold Bell Wright Story-Picture Corporation
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OutdoorLife_19191001_0044_004_0108.xml
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258
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PNEUMATIC MFG. COMPANY: AIR BED
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PNEUMATIC MFG. COMPANY
AIR BED
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OutdoorLife_19191001_0044_004_0109.xml
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Miscellaneous
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BOOKS FOR THE SPORTSMAN
Remington Animal Chart.
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Fighting the Flying Circus, by Capt. Eddie Rickenbacker; 370 pages; $1.50 net; Fred’k. A. Stokes Co., New York. The names of Rickenbacker’s comrades are those which will blaze in history’s pages as their country’s heroes, faithful to the death.
OutdoorLife_19191001_0044_004_0110.xml
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OutdoorLife_19191001_0044_004_0111.xml
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259
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Stainsky Fur & Taxidermy Company
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Stainsky Fur & Taxidermy Company
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OutdoorLife_19191001_0044_004_0112.xml
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259
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SCOTT TEAGUE
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SCOTT TEAGUE
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OutdoorLife_19191001_0044_004_0113.xml
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259
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Advertisement: OUTDOOR LIFE PUBLISHING CO.
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OUTDOOR LIFE PUBLISHING CO.
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OutdoorLife_19191001_0044_004_0114.xml
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260,261,263
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CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING
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OutdoorLife_19191001_0044_004_0115.xml
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THE KENNEL
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DOGGY QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS
Thoughts on Dog Show Type.
Kennel Queries.
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Editor
I have written a good deal on judging, and I believe my efforts to not only standardize show dogs, but to standardize judges, superintendents and benching, and place them on a business foundation will some day bear fruit. Type and what it stands for, or rather does not stand for, has been a prolific basis for argument, which has been detrimental to the dog fanciers and dog lovers and dogs.
OutdoorLife_19191001_0044_004_0116.xml
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HARLEY-DAVIDSON MOTOR CO.
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HARLEY-DAVIDSON MOTOR CO.
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OutdoorLife_19191001_0044_004_0117.xml
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263
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THE NEWTON ARMS CORPORATION
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THE NEWTON ARMS CORPORATION
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OutdoorLife_19191001_0044_004_0118.xml
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264
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AMERICAN GAME PROTECTIVE ASSOCIATION
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AMERICAN GAME PROTECTIVE ASSOCIATION
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OutdoorLife_19191001_0044_004_0119.xml
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265
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PETERS CARTRIDGE COMPANY
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PETERS CARTRIDGE COMPANY
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OutdoorLife_19191001_0044_004_0120.xml
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266
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Advertisement: MURAD
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MURAD
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OutdoorLife_19191001_0044_004_0121.xml