Issue: 19250901

Tuesday, September 1, 1925
SEPTEMBER 1925
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Outdoor Life
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OUTDOOR LIFE
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MISCELLANEOUS
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Book Reviews
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the Editor
Birds I Have Known, by Richard Harper Laimbeer; 400 pages; profusely illustrated in colors; $4 net; G. P. Putnam’s Sons, New York City. No matter how many books the bird lover may have read, here is one that he should not miss. The fifty colored plates are most fascinating and helpful.
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Advertisement: OUTDOOR LIFE
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OUTDOOR LIFE
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Next Month's Bag
BIGHORN IN MONGOLIA
A SILVER-SIDED WARRIOR
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ADRIAN S. TAYLOR
O. W. SMITH
IN WHICH four physicians of the Peking Union Medical College journey into the interior of China in quest of the argali sheep of that region. To those who might think that because China is old and densely populated it would be devoid of game, this story will be an eye-opener.
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tableOfContents
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Contents for September, 1925
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masthead
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Masthead
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OutdoorLife_19250901_0056_003_0008.xml
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Western Specialty Co.
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Western Specialty Co.
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OutdoorLife_19250901_0056_003_0009.xml
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180,181,182,183,184,185
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Idaho Big Game---Mostly Bears
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Jack Russel
JACK LONDON wrote a story entitled “The Call of the Wild.” It is a great story, but the title is even greater—and truer. The call of the wilderness is a factor which every man who has ever answered must ever reckon with. Thus it happened that a year ago last June I thought I had definitely abandoned a long-anticipated hunt scheduled for that fall.
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186,187,188,189,190
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On the Florida Reefs
PART II
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J. A. McGuire
IT WAS a nice shimmery day the latter part of March. Bill Haynes and I had previously engaged Capt. Bill Fagen to take us out in his fine boat, the “Gloria S.,” and the first peep o’ dawn brought tidings of good weather. The sea had that oily aspect which the poor sailor always welcomes.
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191,192,193,194,195
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Les'h Go!
PART II
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Capt. Frank Doudera
I WAS glad that we had not camped out the night following the killing of the three sheep, for the next day it poured all day. This gave me a chance to rest and recuperate, while Billy went with a pack for the meat. I regretted that I had not been able to take any movies of my kill with the large camera I had brought with me, for the pictures which might have been obtained of this wonderful country would have been all one could desire.
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A Gobbler Hunt in Florida
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W. M. Garlington
IN EVERY section of the country where good hunting prevails there are to be found localities designated by some queer name or other. Such names originate from either some happening of note or minor incident occurring in the vicinity, from some topographical characteristic, by reason of a plentitude of a certain species of game, or for numerous other reasons.
OutdoorLife_19250901_0056_003_0013.xml
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The Origin of the Bowie-Knife
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Raymond W. Thorp
IT IS a hard thing to write about, the origin of this famous weapon, as so many conflicting statements have been made regarding it, but not even all of the misinformation printed below served to keep hidden the true tale of the original Bowie and its maker.
OutdoorLife_19250901_0056_003_0014.xml
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"The Old Westerner"
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CHAUNCEY THOMAS
THIRTEEN years ago Chauncey Thomas began a series, the "Campfire Talks," in Outdoor Life that proved to be unique and that in due time will take an abiding place in American literature. They ran month by month in Outdoor Life for seven years.
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Open Seasons for Game in the United States and Canada for 1925-26
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The above table of the open season for game for 1925-26 in the United .States and Canada has been received from the United States Bureau of Biological Survey, Washington. D. C. (compiled by George A. Lawyer, Chief United States Game Warden, and Frank L. Earnshaw, Assistant, Interstate Commerce in Game, Bureau of Biological Survey).
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ANGLING DEPT.
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Bass Lore
CHAPTER VIII-AMP;AMP;EMDASH;SMALL AND LARGE-MOUTH COMPARED
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O. W. Smith
UNDOUBTEDLY there is no single ichthyic question regarding which there is more earnest controversy than the one now engaging our attention. The quite general opinion seems to be that the small-mouth has the better of the argument. As has already been pointed out, we sometimes hear the small-mouth spoken of as the true bass, while the large-mouth is considered of lesser worth and importance.
OutdoorLife_19250901_0056_003_0017.xml
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Eastman Kodak Company: Pocket Kodak
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Eastman Kodak Company
Pocket Kodak
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OutdoorLife_19250901_0056_003_0018.xml
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ANGLING DEPT.
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An Angler’s Paradise
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EDGAR F. SCHILDER
Ol’ Mud Turtle on a log, a gettin’ him some sun; Ol’ Black Bass a jumpin’ up 'n' havin’ lots o’ fun; Thrush a warblin’ in de woods, a tune plumb full o’ cheer; Katydids 'n' crickets, too, is music to yo’ ear; Fox Squirrel starts a barkin’ at his mate up in de trees; Bob-White’s whistle minglin’ with de buzz o’ honey bees; Muskrat comes a swimmin’ towa’ds his hole down ’long de sho’; Crows a gettin’ sassy in de holler sycamo’;
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Advertisements
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OutdoorLife_19250901_0056_003_0020.xml
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ANGLING DEPT.
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The Barbless Hook Controversy
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W. M. DOM
HARVEY K. WEEKS
ERNEST L. EWBANK
CLINTON C. COLLIER
C. P. WILSON
WOOLSEY W. HUNT
Sportsmen are always interested in the best devices for pursuing their pleasures afield and astream that will give them the greatest sport and at the same time give the quarry an equal chance in the game. One of the latest things to attract anglers and conservationists is the barbless hook.
OutdoorLife_19250901_0056_003_0021.xml
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ANGLING DEPT.
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An Unexpected Bass
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Victor E. Godfrey
I HAD been fishing for two weeks last September in a good-sized lake in Northern Michigan, and what I had caught in the line of bass would be rather mortifying to relate. I was rather more than disgusted, particularly since I had caught quite a few good ones out of the same water at the same time the preceding year.
OutdoorLife_19250901_0056_003_0023.xml
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Advertisements
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Larus & Brother Company
Edgeworth Plug Slice
Larus & Brother Company
Edgeworth Ready-Rubbed
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OutdoorLife_19250901_0056_003_0024.xml
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ANGLING DEPT.
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Live-Bait Fishing for Pike
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A. T. Stewart
AS THERE is always much said about pike fishing in the lakes of the North, I would like to venture a few remarks to those who may attempt the sport along the rivers in a more moderate zone. You see it is this way: All of us that have the “wag” cannot go North to fish, and after catching six nice ones last year and having caught many heretofore, I have decided to tell those situated as I am, how I secured those “fresh water tigers” without the loss of time and the expense of a long trip.
OutdoorLife_19250901_0056_003_0025.xml
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ANGLING DEPT.
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DOWN on the River Calcasieu
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EL COMANCHO
THE river Calcasieu looks like black coffee and smells like the floating gardens of Old Mexico. It slides along, sleepily, under live oaks draped in mournful gray Spanish moss, which sways in the soft breeze and makes one wonder when the funeral is going to be over.
OutdoorLife_19250901_0056_003_0026.xml
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Advertisements
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W. J. JAMISON CO.
Barbless Hook Spinner Flies
W. J. JAMISON CO.
Barbless Hook Inverted Bass Flies
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OutdoorLife_19250901_0056_003_0027.xml
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SIGNAL SHIRT COMPANY: Windbreaker
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SIGNAL SHIRT COMPANY
Windbreaker
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OutdoorLife_19250901_0056_003_0028.xml
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JONES HAT COMPANY: JONES WATERPROOF HUNTING CAP
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JONES HAT COMPANY
JONES WATERPROOF HUNTING CAP
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OutdoorLife_19250901_0056_003_0029.xml
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Advertisement: OUTDOOR LIFE PUBLISHING CO.
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OUTDOOR LIFE PUBLISHING CO.
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OutdoorLife_19250901_0056_003_0030.xml
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Woods Manufacturing Company: Woods Arctic Junior
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Woods Manufacturing Company
Woods Arctic Junior
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ANGLING DEPT.
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The ANGLERS’ FIRESIDE
Letter No. 1083—Cooking the Gar
Letter No. 1084—Line Manufacturing Secrets Wanted
Letter No. 1085—Great Pike Questions
Letter No. 1086—Stops Ice Fishing
Letter No. 1087—Refinishing Steel Rods
Letter No. 1088—Crappie Fishing
Letter No. 1089—Getting Out the Line
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O. W. S.
Editor Angling Department:—“What would one want with a gar after catching him except to remove him from the water?” My answer is, why not use him for food? Well, I must confess I never ate one and I suspect that you, too, would admit the same lack of experience in that line.
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JOE WELSH
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JOE WELSH
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OutdoorLife_19250901_0056_003_0034.xml
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BENNER & CO.
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BENNER & CO.
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OutdoorLife_19250901_0056_003_0035.xml
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James Heddon’s Sons: Pork Rind Bait
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James Heddon’s Sons
Pork Rind Bait
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OutdoorLife_19250901_0056_003_0036.xml
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NATIONAL SPORTSMAN: Gold Watch Fobs
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NATIONAL SPORTSMAN
Gold Watch Fobs
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OutdoorLife_19250901_0056_003_0037.xml
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Big-Game Fishing Department
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Devil Fish
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GEO. M. CRAIG
I am a great lover of sea fishing, and during the last thirty years have fished the waters of the coast of California, including Catalina Island, Vancouver Island, and much of the Atlantic and Gulf Coast bordering on the United States, including the East Coast of Florida.
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Big-Game Fishing Department
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Florida’s Fish
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WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN
Florida has more miles of seacoast than any other state in the Union—in fact, nearly twice as many miles. She has more miles on the Gulf Coast than California has on the Pacific, and more than 700 miles on the Atlantic, not to speak of the Gulf Stream, which bounds Florida on the south.
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Big-Game Fishing Department
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A RECORD SAILFISH
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Caught off Miami, Fla., Feb. 5, 1925, by Max Neuburger of New York. Mr. Neuburger is a member of the Miami Anglers' Club, in which organization this fish won the prize for the 1924-25 season. The big fish weighed 95 pounds and measured 8 feet long.
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Big-Game Fishing Department
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The Savage Barracuda
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W. B. H.
The Florida barracuda is not esteemed as a food fish. In this he differs from the Pacific Coast barracuda, that is well and favorably regarded as a table fish. The Florida fish is bigger, coarser and very smelly. Usually he has on his person somewhere, black markings in the form of blotches, placed anywhere with no system.
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Big-Game Fishing Department
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Fish Bites
THE CLIPPING
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W. C. BATES
Dear Mr. Haynes:—I note your question on what bit Frank Schory and I enclose a clipping showing that a barracuda could do it if he got it in his teeth. Ill. San Juan, Porto Rico, May 23.—(A. P.)— While swimming here yesterday Lorenzo Iglessas, schoolboy, was bitten on the left arm by a fish known as the “barracuda.”
OutdoorLife_19250901_0056_003_0042.xml
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UTICA-DUXBAK CORPORATION: Duxbak coat
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UTICA-DUXBAK CORPORATION
Duxbak coat
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OutdoorLife_19250901_0056_003_0043.xml
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BRILLIANT SEARCH LIGHT MFG. CO.: HUNTERS HEAD LIGHT
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BRILLIANT SEARCH LIGHT MFG. CO.
HUNTERS HEAD LIGHT
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OutdoorLife_19250901_0056_003_0044.xml
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Autocamping "DEPARTMENT"
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Maine Vacation Tours
LAFAYETTE NATIONAL PARK
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Claude P. Fordyce
VACATION geography is now the most interesting subject before the American traveler. It represents all the information on the character of America’s playgrounds, the topography, whether seashore, lakelands, desert, mountains, altitude and climate; the fauna represented by its fish, birds, big and small game; its accessibility for outing purposes; its motor highways, railways, and trails and its proximity to centers of population; and the improvements which have been established for creature comfort—hotels, resorts, camp colonies, public motor camping grounds and the supply points for “jumping off” on wilderness jaunts.
OutdoorLife_19250901_0056_003_0045.xml
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OutdoorLife_19250901_0056_003_0046.xml
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Autocamping "DEPARTMENT"
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MIDGET MILEAGE MAP OF THE BEST ROADS OF MAINE
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The map on this page is the thirteenth in a series now appearing in Outdoor Life. Each month the tourist, autocamper and outdoorsman will be given a map covering one of the states or principal highways, each well worth saving for future use. Readers desiring a transcontinental map may obtain same by enclosing a 2-cent stamp to Outdoor Life.
OutdoorLife_19250901_0056_003_0047.xml
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Autocamping "DEPARTMENT"
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Emergency Medicines for Campers
TO KEEP WELL ON A TOUR
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Dr. F. B. Young
IT IS wholly probable that some members of a camping party will suffer from some digestive disturbance from the continual change of water, the wholly different diet, and especially from overeating. Take with you a few compound cathartic pills, and either some epsom salts, castor oil or mineral oil, and at the first sign of abdominal distress thoroly clean out the bowels.
OutdoorLife_19250901_0056_003_0049.xml
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OUTDOOR LIFE
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OutdoorLife_19250901_0056_003_0051.xml
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Autocamping "DEPARTMENT"
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Camp Fire Photographs
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What priceless mementoes the photographs of your vacation trip make. After a day’s hard trip, one enjoys the epicurean delights of a meal flavored with woods smoke and the aroma of pines, the jolly gang seated around the blazing friendship fire and then the deepest repose in fluffy wool.
OutdoorLife_19250901_0056_003_0052.xml
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Autocamping "DEPARTMENT"
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CAMPING AND WOODCRAFT
Movies for the Outdoorsman
Running Board Luggage Carriers
Photography Simplified
Satisfactory Steel Tent Pins
Folding Decoys
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CLAUDE P. FORDYCE
The latest advance in photography, the movies, has now been put within the reach of every outdoorsman both as regards to price and to simplicity and portability of equipment. The only complete portable outfit on the market consists of a taking camera and a projector.
OutdoorLife_19250901_0056_003_0053.xml
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Autocamping "DEPARTMENT"
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The Sourdough Packboard
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CAPT. L. P. STEWART
For the hunter, the sourdough packboard is the best that I have seen. Over all its dimensions are 28×16 inches, The woodwork should be of dry lumber as light as it is possible to obtain and having the required strength. Too soft wood should not be used, as this will allow the screw eyes on the sides to pull out.
OutdoorLife_19250901_0056_003_0054.xml
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ZAGELMEYER AUTO CAMP CO.: De Luxe Auto Camp Trailers
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ZAGELMEYER AUTO CAMP CO.
De Luxe Auto Camp Trailers
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OutdoorLife_19250901_0056_003_0055.xml
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Barnett Canvas Goods Co., Inc.: BARCO QUALITY TENT
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Barnett Canvas Goods Co., Inc.
BARCO QUALITY TENT
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OutdoorLife_19250901_0056_003_0056.xml
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A-B-C Mfg. Co.: ICELESS Refrigerator
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A-B-C Mfg. Co.
ICELESS Refrigerator
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OutdoorLife_19250901_0056_003_0057.xml
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Arms and Ammunition
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Concerning Single-Shot Target Pistols
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Ashley A. Haines
CAPTAIN ASKINS is entirely to blame for it. Read his article in December Outdoor Life and you will agree with me. Years ago, as many readers of Outdoor Life may remember, I often mentioned the mistakes I believed makers were making in building single shot pistols on revolver foundations.
OutdoorLife_19250901_0056_003_0058.xml
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WESTERN CARTRIDGE COMPANY: Western AMMUNITION
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WESTERN CARTRIDGE COMPANY
Western AMMUNITION
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OutdoorLife_19250901_0056_003_0059.xml
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Advertisements
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Marble Arms & Mfg. Co.
Marble’s Ideal Knife
Marble Arms & Mfg. Co.
Waterproof Matchbox
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OutdoorLife_19250901_0056_003_0060.xml
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Arms and Ammunition
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Springfield at Little Big Horn
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B. C. LILLIS
In your January issue, I noted an article entitled “Arms Used at Little Big Horn,” by J. B. Worthy. It may be of interest to your readers to know that there is still living, here in Billings, Montana, a survivor of the Custer Battle, a man named John Burkman.
OutdoorLife_19250901_0056_003_0061.xml
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United States Cartridge Company: shot-shells
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United States Cartridge Company
shot-shells
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OutdoorLife_19250901_0056_003_0062.xml
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FRANK A. HOPPE, Inc.: Nitro Powder Solvent
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FRANK A. HOPPE, Inc.
Nitro Powder Solvent
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OutdoorLife_19250901_0056_003_0063.xml
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Advertisements
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SLOAN’S
3-Barrel Guns
SLOAN’S
Mannlicher-Schoenauer Rifles
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OutdoorLife_19250901_0056_003_0064.xml
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HOFFMAN CHEMICAL CO.: GUN BLUEING
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HOFFMAN CHEMICAL CO.
GUN BLUEING
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OutdoorLife_19250901_0056_003_0065.xml
article
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Arms and Ammunition
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High-Velocity Bullets vs. Just Bullets
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Charles H. Scribner
IREAD with much interest the various articles on high velocity bullets and their actions in brush, on flesh and among bones. Many of the writers convey the impression that a small twig will cause them to "explode,” that they will ruin a large amount of meat and that they will cause a very large surface wound without sufficient penetration to reach a vital spot and as a corollary, a high percentage of wounded game escapes.
OutdoorLife_19250901_0056_003_0066.xml
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Arms and Ammunition
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That .22 Magnum Rifle
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D. G. KRAMAR
OL' MAN WIGGINS
GEO. R. HAYS
JAMES A. COX
RALPH M. RYDER
O. D. MARTIN
ELMER A. ARESTAD
Since the discussion on the .22 magnum started, we have received many letters offering suggestions for a new small game shell, and commenting on the merits and demerits of the present .22 as a game gun. These letters are interesting and we regret that lack of space prevents our using all of them.
OutdoorLife_19250901_0056_003_0067.xml
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225
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THE PETERS CARTRIDGE CO.: PETERS AMMUNITION
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THE PETERS CARTRIDGE CO.
PETERS AMMUNITION
[no value]
[no value]
OutdoorLife_19250901_0056_003_0068.xml
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226
[no value]
[no value]
Northwestern School of Taxidermy
[no value]
Northwestern School of Taxidermy
[no value]
[no value]
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OutdoorLife_19250901_0056_003_0069.xml
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227
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[no value]
H. & D. FOLSOM ARMS CO.: No. 6 Peerless
[no value]
H. & D. FOLSOM ARMS CO.
No. 6 Peerless
[no value]
[no value]
OutdoorLife_19250901_0056_003_0070.xml
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227
[no value]
[no value]
DAVIS-WARNER ARMS CORPORATION: Davis guns
[no value]
DAVIS-WARNER ARMS CORPORATION
Davis guns
[no value]
[no value]
OutdoorLife_19250901_0056_003_0071.xml
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227
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[no value]
STAINSKY FUR AND TAXIDERMY COMPANY
[no value]
STAINSKY FUR AND TAXIDERMY COMPANY
[no value]
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OutdoorLife_19250901_0056_003_0072.xml
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227
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Advertisement
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OutdoorLife_19250901_0056_003_0073.xml
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228
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Advertisements
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OutdoorLife_19250901_0056_003_0074.xml
article
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228
Arms and Ammunition
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More Ballard Dope
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ASHLEY A. HAINES
A. A. H., as might have been expected, trusting to memory, made some mistakes concerning Ballard rifles in his July Outdoor Life article. These have been pointed out to him by his friends who very considerately have sugar coated their criticisms somewhat so the pills have not been so very bitter in the taking.
OutdoorLife_19250901_0056_003_0075.xml
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228
Arms and Ammunition
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Look Over Your Gun
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Before going into the field in quest of game every hunter should look over his gun and see to it that it is in good working order, says Lou P. Smith, vice president of the Ithaca Gun Company. Mr. Smith has had some experiences in the field that have made several unsatisfactory expeditions and he is of the opinion that what has occurred in his case happens to others.
OutdoorLife_19250901_0056_003_0076.xml
article
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229
Arms and Ammunition
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Sidewiping America
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[no value]
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Out in California there has recently appeared a publication acting as the official organ of the American Civil Disarmament League. Never mind the name. In big letters across the top of the first page we read: “Outlaw the Bloody Revolver and Solve the Crime Problem.”
OutdoorLife_19250901_0056_003_0077.xml
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229
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[no value]
HUNTER ARMS CO.: L.C.S. SMITH LONG RANGE GUNS
[no value]
HUNTER ARMS CO.
L.C.S. SMITH LONG RANGE GUNS
[no value]
[no value]
OutdoorLife_19250901_0056_003_0078.xml
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229
229
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BROWNING ARMS COMPANY: Browning Automatic Shotgun
[no value]
BROWNING ARMS COMPANY
Browning Automatic Shotgun
[no value]
[no value]
OutdoorLife_19250901_0056_003_0079.xml
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229
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Advertisement: OUTDOOR LIFE PUBLISHING CO.
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OUTDOOR LIFE PUBLISHING CO.
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OutdoorLife_19250901_0056_003_0080.xml
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229
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Advertisements
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THE MARLIN FIREARMS COMPANY
Marlin 43-A
THE MARLIN FIREARMS COMPANY
Marlin 44-A
[no value]
[no value]
OutdoorLife_19250901_0056_003_0081.xml
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230
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THE HOFFMAN ARMS COMPANY: air pistol
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THE HOFFMAN ARMS COMPANY
air pistol
[no value]
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OutdoorLife_19250901_0056_003_0082.xml
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230
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NORTHWESTERN FUR CO.
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NORTHWESTERN FUR CO.
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OutdoorLife_19250901_0056_003_0083.xml
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230
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AUTOMATIC RUBBER CO.: ZIP-ZIP
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AUTOMATIC RUBBER CO.
ZIP-ZIP
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[no value]
OutdoorLife_19250901_0056_003_0084.xml
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230,231,232
Arms and Ammunition
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Ballistics of the Vacuum
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W. Ray Parker
(The following article is a further expression of opinion regarding the effect of a vacuum on a bullet’s flight, which was started by an article, “The Boat-Tail Bullet and Its Possibilities” by J. R. Bevis, Ph.D., which appeared in February, 1924.
OutdoorLife_19250901_0056_003_0085.xml
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E. I. DU PONT DE NEMOURS & CO.: Du Pont Oval
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E. I. DU PONT DE NEMOURS & CO.
Du Pont Oval
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OutdoorLife_19250901_0056_003_0086.xml
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231
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E. S. GIVENS: CLEAR-TONE
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E. S. GIVENS
CLEAR-TONE
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[no value]
OutdoorLife_19250901_0056_003_0087.xml
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232
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[no value]
Lefever Arms Co.: Lefever NITRO-SPECIAL
[no value]
Lefever Arms Co.
Lefever NITRO-SPECIAL
[no value]
[no value]
OutdoorLife_19250901_0056_003_0088.xml
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JONAS BROS
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JONAS BROS
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[no value]
OutdoorLife_19250901_0056_003_0089.xml
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232
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VON LENGERKE&DETMOLD, Inc.: LEWIS MAGNUM 12 BORE WILDFOWL GUNS
[no value]
VON LENGERKE&DETMOLD, Inc.
LEWIS MAGNUM 12 BORE WILDFOWL GUNS
[no value]
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OutdoorLife_19250901_0056_003_0090.xml
article
232
232,233
Arms and Ammunition
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The .30-’06 Hi Speed and the .250 Savage
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T. F. BUSH
I read your article on “American Big-Game Rifles” in the June (1924) issue of Outdoor Life in which you asked the readers for their experiences with the new Remington .30-’06-110 grain 3,500 foot velocity load. A friend of mine and I were with a party of deer hunters early in October in Douglas County, Oregon, last fall.
OutdoorLife_19250901_0056_003_0091.xml
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Arms and Ammunition
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Chauncey Thomas Called to Account
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GEO. TABLER
After reading every number of Chauncey Thomas' "Gun Talks" I could not resist the urge to own and shoot a single action Colt (sheep that I am). new six-gun is a special order one, chambered to use the .38 S. & W. Special cartridge. It is capable of making splendid groups, but why was that gun allowed to leave the factory sighted to shoot exactly 19 inches low and 13 inches to the left at 20 yards?
OutdoorLife_19250901_0056_003_0092.xml
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THE HOFFMAN ARMS COMPANY: .375 Magnum
[no value]
THE HOFFMAN ARMS COMPANY
.375 Magnum
[no value]
[no value]
OutdoorLife_19250901_0056_003_0093.xml
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233
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Advertisements
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D. W. KING
Protected Ivory Bead
D. W. KING
Spark Point Gold Bead
[no value]
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OutdoorLife_19250901_0056_003_0094.xml
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234
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WASHINGTON JEWELRY CO.: MILITARY BINOCULARS
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WASHINGTON JEWELRY CO.
MILITARY BINOCULARS
[no value]
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OutdoorLife_19250901_0056_003_0095.xml
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234
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Advertisement: Outdoor Life Publishing Co.
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Outdoor Life Publishing Co.
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OutdoorLife_19250901_0056_003_0096.xml
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234
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Advertisements
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Webley & Scott, Ltd.
Double Rifles
Webley & Scott, Ltd.
Automatic Pistols
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OutdoorLife_19250901_0056_003_0097.xml
article
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234,235
Arms and Ammunition
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Indoor Revolver Shooting
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Joseph J. Marek
I HAVE been an enlisted man and an officer in the United States army, and was on special military police duty in the Philippine Islands during the years 1899, 1900 and 1901. I have acted as an instructor in small arms practice, have been connected with the Chicago police department for many years, and was again in the service of Uncle Sam in the Panama Canal Zone from January, 1907, until July, 1914, and then with the Chicago Police Department until 1917, when I obtained a furlough to enter the Second Officers training camp at Ft. Sheridan, matriculating as a captain.
OutdoorLife_19250901_0056_003_0098.xml
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Arms and Ammunition
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Three of a Kind
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TEXAS
I wish to submit for your consideration and the "fraternity” a hunch of Colts, and what I consider just a little "hoss sense” concerning them. The first is Dad's old cap and ball .36 Navy that he carried thru the Civil War. with the prettiest shaped ivory handle I ever saw, in perfect shape, with front and rear sights on barrel, put there by me when a boy, shooting at road lizards when nothing else showed up.
OutdoorLife_19250901_0056_003_0099.xml
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235
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Marble Arms & Mfg. Co.: Marble’s Gun Sights
[no value]
Marble Arms & Mfg. Co.
Marble’s Gun Sights
[no value]
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OutdoorLife_19250901_0056_003_0100.xml
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235
235
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BAKER & KIMBALL: GEWEHRFABRIK TELESCOPE MAUSER
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BAKER & KIMBALL
GEWEHRFABRIK TELESCOPE MAUSER
[no value]
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OutdoorLife_19250901_0056_003_0101.xml
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235
235
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THE ATLANTIC-PACIFIC MFG. CO.: "PERFECTION” AIR BED
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THE ATLANTIC-PACIFIC MFG. CO.
"PERFECTION” AIR BED
[no value]
[no value]
OutdoorLife_19250901_0056_003_0102.xml
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235
235
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Johnson’s Folding Decoys: floating decoys
[no value]
Johnson’s Folding Decoys
floating decoys
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[no value]
OutdoorLife_19250901_0056_003_0103.xml
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236
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HENDERSON BROTHERS: GERMAN ARMY OFFICERS’ FIELD GLASSES
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HENDERSON BROTHERS
GERMAN ARMY OFFICERS’ FIELD GLASSES
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OutdoorLife_19250901_0056_003_0104.xml
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236
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W. A. GIBBS & SON: Gibbs “SINGLE-GRIP” Traps
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W. A. GIBBS & SON
Gibbs “SINGLE-GRIP” Traps
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OutdoorLife_19250901_0056_003_0105.xml
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236
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SPORTSMEN’S EQUIPMENT COMPANY
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SPORTSMEN’S EQUIPMENT COMPANY
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OutdoorLife_19250901_0056_003_0106.xml
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A. F. STOEGER, Inc.
[no value]
A. F. STOEGER, Inc.
[no value]
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OutdoorLife_19250901_0056_003_0107.xml
article
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236
Arms and Ammunition
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Cheap Rifles
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EDGAR R. MORRIS
In connection with the letter “Cheap Rifles Dangerous” of Mr. Kahrs of New York, in the April number, I would like to add a bit to his remarks. For one thing Canada is not the only country where cheap rifles are sold. In the United States there are guns just as bad.
OutdoorLife_19250901_0056_003_0108.xml
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236,237,238
Arms and Ammunition
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Bullet Casting
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H. E. Armstead
IN THE hope that this article will be of some help to the beginner in the reloading game I am giving an account of a series of tests made of various metals and alloys used in casting bullets, to determine their fitness for the purpose. The average beginner imagines that good bullets can be made of most any mixture.
OutdoorLife_19250901_0056_003_0109.xml
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A. H. FOX GUN COMPANY: Fox Gun
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A. H. FOX GUN COMPANY
Fox Gun
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OutdoorLife_19250901_0056_003_0110.xml
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237
237
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VON LENGERKE -AMP;AMP; DETMOLD INC.: VL&D FRANCOTTE GUNS
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VON LENGERKE -AMP;AMP; DETMOLD INC.
VL&D FRANCOTTE GUNS
[no value]
[no value]
OutdoorLife_19250901_0056_003_0111.xml
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237
237
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ANS B. DECKER
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ANS B. DECKER
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OutdoorLife_19250901_0056_003_0112.xml
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237
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E. H. PECKINPAUGH CO.: Peck’s Barbless Hopper
[no value]
E. H. PECKINPAUGH CO.
Peck’s Barbless Hopper
[no value]
[no value]
OutdoorLife_19250901_0056_003_0113.xml
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238
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Advertisements
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OutdoorLife_19250901_0056_003_0114.xml
article
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238
Arms and Ammunition
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Remodeling the Enfield
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CHARLES LAKOSKY
I must confess to being a “dyed-in-the-wool” rifle crank, never being satisfied unless I have just what I want in the line of guns. So naturally since I was about seven years of age I have had about 300 different kinds of guns, mostly rifles of as many different makes and calibers as I could get.
OutdoorLife_19250901_0056_003_0115.xml
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238,239,240
Arms and Ammunition
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Rocky Mountain Trap Tournament
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Fifteen different state champions, several former state champions, and other famous trapshooters of the country—holders of national and foreign titles—competed in the first annual Rocky Mountain handicap tournament which was held at the Denver Municipal Trap Club of Denver, Colo., July 1518.
OutdoorLife_19250901_0056_003_0116.xml
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OutdoorLife_19250901_0056_003_0117.xml
article
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240
Arms and Ammunition
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Hollow Points in the Twenty-Two
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DONALD E. MARTIN
I was greatly pleased with Edward F. Ball’s fine article anent the hollow point in the January Outdoor Life. I can certainly agree with Mr. Ball, that Captain Askins is mistaken in his contention that the hollow point in the .22 long rifle cartridge will not mushroom.
OutdoorLife_19250901_0056_003_0118.xml
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240
Arms and Ammunition
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Wants New Small Game Rifle
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TOLEDO
Yes, and add me as another who would like to see some progressive gun company come out with an improved repeating rifle using a rim-fire cartridge in a small caliber, preferably a .25-caliber as I personally believe it somewhat easier to keep clean.
OutdoorLife_19250901_0056_003_0119.xml
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Arms and Ammunition
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A Correction
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In his article on page 155 of the August number, “His Theory of Recoil,” Chas. L. Dooley gives a formula for finding the recoil in foot-pounds. Thru an error a multiplication sign (×) was used instead of addition (+). It is sometimes difficult to differentiate between hand-written characters so near alike, and contributors will help obviate mistakes if they will either spell out or print very plainly such figures.
OutdoorLife_19250901_0056_003_0120.xml
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241
Arms and Ammunition
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Primary Recoil
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[no value]
C. A. RICHMOND
Yesterday, if anyone had asked me about the cause and effect of the recoil resulting from the discharge of firearms, I would have discoursed more or less fluently about inertia and flip and vibration, pressures and velocities. I would have explained that there are two kinds of recoil, primary recoil and secondary recoil, and that the former takes place before the projectile leaves the barrel.
OutdoorLife_19250901_0056_003_0121.xml
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Advertisements
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OutdoorLife_19250901_0056_003_0122.xml
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Advertisements
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OutdoorLife_19250901_0056_003_0123.xml
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242,243
Arms and Ammunition
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ARMS AND AMMUNITION QUERIES
One Thousand-Yard Trajectories
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CAPT. CHAS. ASKINS
What is the energy, velocity and trajectory of the .25 and .32 rim-fire cartridges? Are either of the above shells accurate, and powerful enough for grouse, and other small game up to 100 yards? I want a cheap and efficient shell for small game.
OutdoorLife_19250901_0056_003_0124.xml
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OutdoorLife_19250901_0056_003_0125.xml
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244
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PARKER BROS.: Parker Trojan
[no value]
PARKER BROS.
Parker Trojan
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OutdoorLife_19250901_0056_003_0126.xml
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Advertisement
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OutdoorLife_19250901_0056_003_0127.xml
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244,245
In The Game Fields
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Game Conservation and the League
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N. E. HUTCHENS
I note a letter from Ernest C. Miller in the August Outdoor Life, entitled “The Ill in Game Protection,” in which he expresses the opinion that some of the men at the head of the Izaak Walton League are “very sadly misguided.”
OutdoorLife_19250901_0056_003_0128.xml
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A LARGE MOOSE HEAD
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Northern Ontario has produced many fine specimens of the lordly moose, but it fell to the fortune of Harvey C. Irwin, Detroit, Mich., to kill one of the largest moose ever taken out of that section of Canada. The animal was shot about fifty miles northeast of North Bay, Ont., (on the line of the Canadian National Ry.).
OutdoorLife_19250901_0056_003_0129.xml
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The Grouse Disease in North America
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It will be remembered by our readers that one of the Outdoor Life gold medals, two of which were given last year for work in the realm of sportsmanship, was awarded to Dr. Arthur A. Allen of Cornell University for important research and discovery regarding the cause of the so-called “grouse disease,” and we believe that a few details of his findings will prove interesting.
OutdoorLife_19250901_0056_003_0130.xml
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LANDON & WARNER: WAISTLINE
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LANDON & WARNER
WAISTLINE
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OutdoorLife_19250901_0056_003_0131.xml
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OUTDOOR LIFE PUBLISHING CO.
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OutdoorLife_19250901_0056_003_0132.xml
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OUTDOOR LIFE PUB. CO.
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OutdoorLife_19250901_0056_003_0133.xml
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OUTDOOR LIFE
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OUTDOOR LIFE
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OutdoorLife_19250901_0056_003_0135.xml
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OUTDOOR LIFE PUBLISHING COMPANY
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OutdoorLife_19250901_0056_003_0136.xml
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OUTDOOR LIFE PUB. CO.
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OutdoorLife_19250901_0056_003_0137.xml
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OUTDOOR LIFE
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OutdoorLife_19250901_0056_003_0138.xml
article
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The Grouse Disease in North America
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A Seven-Year Duck Census of the Middle Rio Grande Valley
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Of late years there have been many opinions expressed as to whether or not ducks are on the increase, and anything regarding this, with at least a measure of accuracy, should be interesting. The accompanying graphs were made by Aldo Leopold, and show his observations covering a seven-year period in the Middle Rio Grande Valley, beginning in 1917.
OutdoorLife_19250901_0056_003_0139.xml
article
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246
The Grouse Disease in North America
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Market Hunting
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J. P. CUENIN
I wrote you before about the illegal selling of ducks here in California. Last year it was worse than ever. Almost any of the better class of restaurants would supply ducks, the markets carried them, and in almost any town in the Sacramento Valley ducks could be bought by any one who asked for them.
OutdoorLife_19250901_0056_003_0140.xml
article
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247
The Grouse Disease in North America
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Let ’Em Come Down
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PAT CLARK
Up at 3 a. m. and all set to go—guns, shells and everything, for it was the opening day of the duck season. My brother and I had driven down the evening before and were all primed for the biggest duck shoot of our lives, for the birds were in. After breakfast we went out to the blind and waited for the sunrise gun.
OutdoorLife_19250901_0056_003_0141.xml
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The Grouse Disease in North America
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No Open Season on Wyoming Moose and Antelope
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B. C. RUMSEY
At a meeting of the game commissioners held in Cheyenne July 7 we voted unanimously against any open season on antelope and moose; also, to remove bears from the predatory animal list, and not allow them to be trapped except in such cases as they may become predatory by becoming stock killers.
OutdoorLife_19250901_0056_003_0142.xml
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RESORTS GUIDES HOTELS
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OutdoorLife_19250901_0056_003_0143.xml
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248,249
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Foxes
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OutdoorLife_19250901_0056_003_0144.xml
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MISCELLANEOUS
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Game Breeding Department
QUERY
OUTBOARD MOTOR MAKERS MEET
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GEORGE HEBDEN CORSAN
THIS is a good month to prepare your ponds for next season’s teal, duck, widgeon and swan breeding. Order your wild rice, eel grass and duck potato seed now. Plant flags, sedges, bull rushes in groups or clumps for shelter as all game birds love secrecy, especially during the breeding season.
OutdoorLife_19250901_0056_003_0145.xml
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MISCELLANEOUS
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DOG DEPARTMENT
The Beagle
The Springer Spaniel at Work
Parasites and Parasitic Diseases of Dogs
Huge Consignment of Dogs
The Dog Poisoner
Correction
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EDWIN L. PICKHARDT
The beagle hound appears from all authentic accounts to be one of the oldest established and recognized breeds in England, some of which were from time to time brought with or imported by English-born sportsmen coming to the United States, or their descendants.
OutdoorLife_19250901_0056_003_0146.xml
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Advertisements
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OutdoorLife_19250901_0056_003_0147.xml
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251
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Advertisements
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OutdoorLife_19250901_0056_003_0148.xml
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Advertisements
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OutdoorLife_19250901_0056_003_0149.xml
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253
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Advertisements
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OutdoorLife_19250901_0056_003_0150.xml
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253,254,255,256
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CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING
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OutdoorLife_19250901_0056_003_0151.xml
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Advertisement: OUTDOOR LIFE
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OUTDOOR LIFE
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OutdoorLife_19250901_0056_003_0152.xml
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258
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WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS CO.: Winchester Shells
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WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS CO.
Winchester Shells
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OutdoorLife_19250901_0056_003_0153.xml