Issue: 19430901

Wednesday, September 1, 1943
SEPTEMBER 1943
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Outdoor Life
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Remington Arms Company, Inc.: Remington
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Remington Arms Company, Inc.
Remington
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OutdoorLife_19430901_0092_003_0002.xml
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Seagram-Distillers Corporation: Seagram's 7 Crown Blended Whiskey
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Seagram-Distillers Corporation
Seagram's 7 Crown Blended Whiskey
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OutdoorLife_19430901_0092_003_0003.xml
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The ENTERPRISE Manufacturing Co.: PFLUEGER REEL
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The ENTERPRISE Manufacturing Co.
PFLUEGER REEL
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tableOfContents
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CONTENTS FOR SEPTEMBER 1943
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masthead
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Outdoor Life
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Outdoor Lifers
Personal notes on new friends
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CURIOUSLY enough, two of the men whose feature stories appear for the first time in OUTDOOR LIFE this month express a liking for bringing back pictures of their quarry, so that they’ll have the “before” as well as the “after” to show their friends.
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La Province de Québec
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La Province de Québec
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OutdoorLife_19430901_0092_003_0008.xml
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Advertisements
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OutdoorLife_19430901_0092_003_0009.xml
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WHERE TO GO HOW TO TRAVEL
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All Over the Map
The St. Croix River Again
Petit Cascapedia Fishing
Two Indiana Rivers
Northeastern Pennsylvania
By Bus or Rail in Idaho
On the Umpqua
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P. A. PARSONS
THE high in low manners. H. D. McGinley, manager of a game district for Michigan Conservation Department, got mired in a dirt road about 8 mi. west of Hastings. Silent stranger closely watched while McGinley toiled for 4 hours to get car free.
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PENNSYLVANIA
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PENNSYLVANIA
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OutdoorLife_19430901_0092_003_0011.xml
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WISCONSIN CONSERVATION DEPARTMENT
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WISCONSIN CONSERVATION DEPARTMENT
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OutdoorLife_19430901_0092_003_0012.xml
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Advertisements
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OutdoorLife_19430901_0092_003_0013.xml
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Advertisement: PRINCE ALBERT
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PRINCE ALBERT
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article
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What's on your mind?
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What's on your mind?
ANY SPORTSMAN'S SUBJECT YOU'RE INTERESTED IN? WE PRINT AS MANY OF YOUR LETTERS AS WE CAN
Fighter's Day Dream
Regional Licensing
Gas-Pipe Barrels
Pickled Suckers
Hunters Handicapped
Curiouser and Curiouser
Where, Indeed?
Another Kid Makes Good
Bullfrog in the Duck Pool
Poor Achheso!
Referred to Ray Bergman
First Catch Your Turtle
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EDITOR Outdoor Life
SOMETIMES when the evening is unusually quiet and peaceful, here in the South Pacific, I forget that I’m in uniform, so I can go back to the States—and home. It’s easy to pretend that I’m on some little Wisconsin lake with wooded slopes which come right down to the water’s edge.
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JOHNSON MOTORS
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JOHNSON MOTORS
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OutdoorLife_19430901_0092_003_0016.xml
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11,12,13,76
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Blue Print for Free Fishing
Here is an important article. It concerns all sportsmen—it concerns you! OUTDOOR LIFE has made a nation-wide survey to find out just what is being done to provide public-fishing areas. This is our first report, the start of a series
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BEN EAST
YOU drive out east of Traverse City, up in a country that affords some of the best trout, bass, pike, and bluegill water Michigan has to offer, on the Boardman River and Arbutus Lake road. At the main corner where the road leaves the town you come to a neat, green-and-white sign.
OutdoorLife_19430901_0092_003_0017.xml
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GENERAL MARSHALL'S HUNTING PARTNER
MEET TOM TWEED—SERGEANT, GENTLEMAN, SPORTSMAN, AND PAL OF OUR ARMY'S BIG BOSS
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ARTHUR GRAHAME
GEN. GEORGE C. MARSHALL, Chief of Staff and Commanding General of the Army's Field Forces, has a favorite hunting partner. Like the general he is an old soldier, but he doesn't wear the stars of high command on his shoulders. He is a wiry, soft-spoken noncommissioned officer who is quietly proud of the facts that he is serving his twenty-ninth year in the infantry and that his two sons also are doughboys.
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16,17,86
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RAINBOW RATION
FROM TWO OLD TRUCK TUBES—A PERFECT WARTIME TROUT BOAT
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CLYDE ORMOND
VIS and I knew that long jaunts were out—bald tires, no gas, and little time to spare. That meant angling close to home. We also knew of a place on the Snake’s North Fork in Idaho where the rainbows run large and hungry. But it would take a boat to get to them, and to lug a boat up there would be nobody’s idea of a good time.
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18,19,20,59
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DANGER.. BEAR AHEAD
Blacks, silvertips and brownies— they all spell trouble the hard way
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PHIL H. MOORE
GENERALLY speaking, human beings are instinctively afraid of bears. This fear is probably inherited from prehistoric times, when bears were larger and bolder than they are today, and when it was relatively easy for a bear to snatch a man from the huddle of poor, night-frightened humans who squatted around a fire and waited for blessed daylight.
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21,56
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TUSKERS IN TUNISIA
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SERG. T. N. CROSS
THE hunt was arranged expressly for us—eleven Frenchmen, seven U. S. Army officers, and myself. We piled in a truck along with two Arab beaters and eight dogs, and drove far back in the mountains. The dogs were a mixed bunch—one black-and-white terrier, one red hound, and the rest just mutts, long and low and stocky.
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The Incredible Antelope
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JACK O'CONNOR
A COUPLE of friends of mine drove up in front of my house one day with two buck antelope. They almost caused a traffic jam, and one passer-by, who stood gaping at them, said, “Good Lord, there just ain’t any such deer!" That is about the usual reaction to a first sight of that amazing creature, the pronghorn.
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SMELL OF MUSKIE
YOU NEVER CAN TELL ABOUT 'LUNGES—NOT WHEN THEY'LL HIT A BALSA-WOOD MUSKRAT!
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HANDLEY CROSS
JOE, Tay, and I were standing in the Angler's Bar in Hayward admiring the sharp-toothed monsters mounted on the walls when an old fellow in a faded Mackinaw came over to us and said: “Them-there muskies is murderous fish. One of ’em tried to drownd a feller named Stan Joslin over on th’ Flambeau a couple of years back.
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THE MOOSE THAT WENT TO TOWA
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EARL W. BRIDSON
FIRST time I saw Willie Wanderlust was on a cold September night as he emerged from a thicket on the outskirts of Portland, Maine. Little did I realize that in weeks to come I’d get to know the moose well, that his adventures would make newspaper headlines and lead to one of the most remarkable bits of crime detection in the history of Maine’s Department of Inland Fisheries and Game.
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Go Fishing? Never!
Imagine a mere wife daring to suggest to a bold, brave hunter that there might be some angles to angling!
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GLENN PETERSEN
CAN I help it if the missus told me to "get that smelly old fishing basket out of the kitchen, for it's hung there a month?" Can I help it if I obeyed at once? And if, just to be sure she was right, I lifted the lid and sniffed cautiously? And if, instead of something "smelly," I got a whiff of dried brook grass and mint, of bursting buds, rippling waters, and jumping trout?
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LONG HUNT FOR A BIG HEAD
Three years, and a dance my wife put on, to collect that bull-elk trophy!
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L. G. HUBBS
FOR THREE SEASONS I coveted that elk. I first saw him in 1940, and he looked to me like a world's record. Then in 1941 I looked for him again, but without success, though I found tracks that could have been made only by him. When the 1942 season came around, again I took up the hunt, for I knew that had anyone else landed him, word of it would have got around.
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POSSUMS ON PAROLE
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FRANK E. LINDHURST
IT WASN'T cold, but there was a damp mist in the hollows that crept under your coat collar and down the front of your shirt. It wasn't late, either, but I’d had a hard day of it, and my old knees felt like they could use a bit of rest, and possibly a few drops of oil.
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Trout Fishing-1943 Model
He learned long ago to thumb a reel-now he's learned it helps no end to thumb a ride
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ALLEN PARSONS
HARRY had a plan. It sprang from the fact that, with the trout season in full swing, neither of us yet had wet a fly. The ban on pleasure driving had left us no way of getting to any stream in our state that either of us considered promising. Study of the New Jersey map showed no happy marriage of railroad with trout water that we liked.
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YOU CAN MAKE FINE GUN TOOLS FROM JUNK
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WALTER E. BURTON
THE quiet, lanky craftsman who does restocking work for a large Midwestern arms dealer was showing me his shop. The part of it that caught my eyes was his work bench, and the battalion of odd-looking hand tools that marched, single file, along the back of the work area.
OutdoorLife_19430901_0092_003_0029.xml
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39,40
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OUTDOOR LIFE IN PICTURES
THIS IS NEWS— DEER ATTACKS DOG
ANGLERS FIGHT FOREST FIRES
SENDS KNIVES TO WAR
MYSTERIOUS TRACK
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This deer, snapped in Jasper Park, Alberta, was no namby-pamby Bambi. The action is blurred but the deer's intent is not—to hold the rash pup with his forelegs, and give it a sound kicking Sportsmen are accepting a new challenge—and proving themselves true conservationists.
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voyage for venison
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THERE are no roads leading to the great deer country along the Tahquamenon River in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula. But there are plenty of big bucks in those woods; and when a seasoned hunter knows that, he’ll take almost any risk. In this case a party chanced a boat trip in the face of a possible sudden freeze-up, which would maroon them in the forest wilderness.
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Waterproof Fire Starters
CLAUDE PARMALEE
BIG BLUEGILL.
MASTER SERGEANT TIES SPECIAL FLIES
COYOTE SKINS BY THE GROSS
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YOU know how it is to try to start a camp fire by striking a wet match on a wet rock. Just to make it hard, the kindling is usually wet too, and so are you—not to mention being dead tired, or half-frozen, or ready to drop from hunger. All that misery can be avoided if you take along a supply of waterproof fire starters.
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This Happened to Me!
A TRUE TALE, TOLD IN PICTURES
ADVENTURE ON THE RIVER ROCKS
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BERT OLSEN
WE PAY CASH FOR ALL TRUE ADVENTURES THAT CAN BE TOLD THIS WAY
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HUNTING SEASONS for 1943-44
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Canada Geese with a .40/82
Rust Speeded Powder Making
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JESSIE WELLS GREGORY
WHILE READING a copy of OUTDOOR LIFE, a few days after I’d celebrated my golden wedding, I got to thinking about the days when I used to hunt that wild but dignified gray bird, the Canada goose—hunt him with a heavy .40/82 rifle, and bring him down or go without meat.
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Advertisement: EVINRUDE MOTORS
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EVINRUDE MOTORS
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GLENMORE DISTILLERIES CO.: Kentucky Tavern
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GLENMORE DISTILLERIES CO.
Kentucky Tavern
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WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS COMPANY: WINCHESTER
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WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS COMPANY
WINCHESTER
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TALL — BUT SHORT
The contributor of this little Story makes no claim to originality; he's passing it along only because he enjoyed it and thinks others will too
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Anderson Cheavens
MOST outdoorsmen love to tell or hear a tall tale, but actually taking part in one is a rare privilege. Friends of Coke Stevenson, ranchman and governor of Texas, swear this happened to him a few years ago. Stevenson is the sort of deer hunter who sets aside just two bullets a season for his two-buck limit, but a hunt without a rip-roaring practical joke is worse than no hunt at all for him.
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arms & ammunition
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The .30/40 Holds its Own
ON THE NATURE OF SMOKELESS POWDERS
VARMINTER CASES FROM .30/06
Shooters' Problems
.300 Good in Brush
"Wire Barrel" Shotgun
Keep Eyes Open
Choke Leads Badly
Handy Vermin Rifle
Blue Ointment for Leading
Rifle for a .275 Magnum
The Big Berthas
Converting "95"
Anybody Know "King Nitro"?
Shotgun Bores
On the Right Track
What to Expect From a .22
What Bullet Jackets Are Made Of
Variable Chokes
Enders is No More
Killing Power of a .220 Swift
Sighting In
Lightest Double-Guns
Handloads for a .250/3000
Copper-colored Fouling
Drop Shot vs. Chilled
Shotgun Rechambered?
Japanese Arisaka Rifle
One-hand Blunderbuss
M1 and M2 Ammunition
Springfield, Enfield, and Mauser
Woods Hunting for Deer
For Grizzlies, Moose, and Vermin
Field Gun vs. Trap Gun
Is Old Ammunition Safe?
High-Velocity Shotgun Loads
Loads for Duck and Deer
Keeping it Clean
The More Drop, the More Recoil
Grinding Bullet Tips
Opening Up Shotgun Chokes
Those Damascus Barrels
Wisconsin's Surplus Deer
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JACK O'CONNOR
WHEN manufacture of the Winchester Model 95 rifle was discontinued a few years ago, the good and reliable old .30/40 cartridge became an orphan. For the first time in its twoscore years of life no rifle was being manufactured to shoot it. No Krags have been made for the cartridge since about 1902, just before the 1903 Springfield was put into production.
OutdoorLife_19430901_0092_003_0041.xml
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Frankfort Distilleries, Inc.: Paul Jones
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Frankfort Distilleries, Inc.
Paul Jones
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Advertisements
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OutdoorLife_19430901_0092_003_0043.xml
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W R.WEAVER CO.
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W R.WEAVER CO.
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OutdoorLife_19430901_0092_003_0044.xml
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Savage Arms Corporation: DOUBLE BARREL SHOTGUNS
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Savage Arms Corporation
DOUBLE BARREL SHOTGUNS
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OutdoorLife_19430901_0092_003_0045.xml
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Jos. Schlitz Brewing Co.
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Jos. Schlitz Brewing Co.
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THE DRYBAK CORPORATION: DRYBAK HUNTING CLOTHES
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THE DRYBAK CORPORATION
DRYBAK HUNTING CLOTHES
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OutdoorLife_19430901_0092_003_0047.xml
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SOUTHWESTERN PRESS: PRACTICAL PISTOLEERING
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SOUTHWESTERN PRESS
PRACTICAL PISTOLEERING
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THE AMERICAN DISTILLING COMPANY, INC.
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THE AMERICAN DISTILLING COMPANY, INC.
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Henry Leonard & Thomas, Inc.: Royalton Silver Crown
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Henry Leonard & Thomas, Inc.
Royalton Silver Crown
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UTICA DUXBAK CORP.
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UTICA DUXBAK CORP.
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arms & ammunition
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Handloading Shotgun Shells
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Charles Yoh
TO ME it's surprising that few men handload shotgun shells. I can remember reading nothing about it in sportsmen's magazines in recent years. And I personally find that hand-loading shotgun shells is a lot more satisfactory than doing the same thing with rifle cartridges.
OutdoorLife_19430901_0092_003_0053.xml
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Savage Arms Corporation: SAVAGE 99.
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Savage Arms Corporation
SAVAGE 99.
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OutdoorLife_19430901_0092_003_0054.xml
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Bernheim Distilling Co., Inc.: I. W. HARPER
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Bernheim Distilling Co., inc.
I. W. HARPER
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OutdoorLife_19430901_0092_003_0055.xml
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arms & ammunition
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Killer Black Bears
A Club Anyone Can Join
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William E. Green
Sherman Lee Pruitt
W. B. TINKER, in a letter published in the August number of OUTDOOR LIFE, disagreed with what Allen Parsons said of the black bear in his article, “Bear at Bay.” As I am the guide who accompanied Parsons on his hunt, and whom he quotes in summing up bear character, I feel it only right to make reply.
OutdoorLife_19430901_0092_003_0056.xml
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R. F. Sedgley, Inc.: Sedgley Rifles
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R. F. Sedgley, Inc.
Sedgley Rifles
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OutdoorLife_19430901_0092_003_0057.xml
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HIGH STANDARD MFG. CORP.
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HIGH STANDARD MFG. CORP.
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N. C. HANSEN CO.
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N. C. HANSEN CO.
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OutdoorLife_19430901_0092_003_0059.xml
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J. W. SPEAKER CORP.: HEATABS
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J. W. SPEAKER CORP.
HEATABS
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OutdoorLife_19430901_0092_003_0060.xml
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Advertisements
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LYMAN GUN SIGHT CORP.
BOSS
LYMAN GUN SIGHT CORP.
SPREADER TUBE
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CHARLES ATLAS
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CHARLES ATLAS
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PARKER-WHELEN Co., INC.
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PARKER-WHELEN Co., INC.
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arms & ammunition
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Truth About the .280 Ross
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Herbert Cox
THERE have been several inquiries in the magazine lately, I note, about the .280 Ross. Anyone purchasing that rifle now, without ammunition, is very foolish, unless he is willing to wait until the war is over and then either get loaded cartridges or go in for hand-loading.
OutdoorLife_19430901_0092_003_0065.xml
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BAUSCH & LOMB OPTICAL CO.
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BAUSCH & LOMB OPTICAL CO.
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OutdoorLife_19430901_0092_003_0066.xml
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Northwestern School of Taxidermy
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Northwestern School of Taxidermy
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OutdoorLife_19430901_0092_003_0067.xml
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KING GUN SIGHT COMPANY
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KING GUN SIGHT COMPANY
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OutdoorLife_19430901_0092_003_0068.xml
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FUR-FISH-GAME
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FUR-FISH-GAME
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OutdoorLife_19430901_0092_003_0070.xml
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WOODS MANUFACTURING COMPANY, LIMITED: WOODS Down-Insulated Sportsman's Jackets
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WOODS MANUFACTURING COMPANY, LIMITED
WOODS Down-Insulated Sportsman's Jackets
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[no value]
OutdoorLife_19430901_0092_003_0071.xml
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OutdoorLife_19430901_0092_003_0072.xml
article
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arms & ammunition
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Venison Makes Good Pemmican
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Jan Thornton
NEXT time you have venison on hand, plan to eke out your meat supply—and also have a year-round reminder of your hunt—by making up some pemmican. It was a staple life-saver of many of our Western and Northwestern pioneers on their overland journeys; it can be a treat for you!
OutdoorLife_19430901_0092_003_0073.xml
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OutdoorLife_19430901_0092_003_0074.xml
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72
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EDDIE BAUER SEATTLE: Down Jacket
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EDDIE BAUER SEATTLE
Down Jacket
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OutdoorLife_19430901_0092_003_0075.xml
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OutdoorLife_19430901_0092_003_0076.xml
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G. H. Bass & Co., Inc.
SPORTOCASINS
G. H. Bass & Co., Inc.
SKI BOOTS
[no value]
[no value]
OutdoorLife_19430901_0092_003_0077.xml
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73
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FRANK A. HOPPE, INC.: HOPPE'S No. 9
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FRANK A. HOPPE, INC.
HOPPE'S No. 9
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OutdoorLife_19430901_0092_003_0078.xml
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73
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McCAMBRIDGE & McCAMBRIDGE CO: FIENDOIL
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McCAMBRIDGE & McCAMBRIDGE CO
FIENDOIL
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OutdoorLife_19430901_0092_003_0079.xml
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OutdoorLife_19430901_0092_003_0080.xml
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73
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STOEGER ARMS CORP.: THE SHOOTERS BIBLE
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STOEGER ARMS CORP.
THE SHOOTERS BIBLE
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OutdoorLife_19430901_0092_003_0081.xml
article
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angling
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How to Find the Hot Spots
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RAY BERGMAN
GOOD fishing spots are a lot harder to find in lakes than they are in streams Nearly all lakes have their likely - looking places, but the chances are they are overfished, and that many excellent spots are just waiting to be found by some explorative fisherman.
OutdoorLife_19430901_0092_003_0082.xml
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THE HORTON MANUFACTURING CO.: BRISTOL
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THE HORTON MANUFACTURING CO.
BRISTOL
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OutdoorLife_19430901_0092_003_0083.xml
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RED HEAD BRAND CO.
GUNOROROD COAT
RED HEAD BRAND CO.
DIANA HUNTING CLOTHES
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OutdoorLife_19430901_0092_003_0084.xml
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OutdoorLife_19430901_0092_003_0085.xml
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OUTDOOR LIFE
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OutdoorLife_19430901_0092_003_0086.xml
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79
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HAND KNIT HOSIERY CO.: Wigwam Socks
[no value]
HAND KNIT HOSIERY CO.
Wigwam Socks
[no value]
[no value]
OutdoorLife_19430901_0092_003_0087.xml
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FRED ARBOGAST: No. 2 Hawaiian Wiggler
[no value]
FRED ARBOGAST
No. 2 Hawaiian Wiggler
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[no value]
OutdoorLife_19430901_0092_003_0088.xml
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[no value]
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TexTan: HAND TOOLED BELTS
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TexTan
HAND TOOLED BELTS
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[no value]
OutdoorLife_19430901_0092_003_0089.xml
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OutdoorLife_19430901_0092_003_0090.xml
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OutdoorLife_19430901_0092_003_0091.xml
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BRONSON REEL CO.
BAIT·CASTING REEL
BRONSON REEL CO.
DEEP SEA REEL
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OutdoorLife_19430901_0092_003_0092.xml
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JAMES HEDDON'S SONS
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JAMES HEDDON'S SONS
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OutdoorLife_19430901_0092_003_0093.xml
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HORROCKS-IBBOTSON CO.
[no value]
HORROCKS-IBBOTSON CO.
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OutdoorLife_19430901_0092_003_0094.xml
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JUSTRITE MANUFACTURING COMPANY
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JUSTRITE MANUFACTURING COMPANY
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OutdoorLife_19430901_0092_003_0095.xml
article
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angling
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Ray's Daybook of Angling
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FISH hear mostly if not entirely by vibrations. Shout as you will and it will not disturb them but just do something which sets up vibrations that carry down into the water, and see what happens. The fish are immediately greatly perturbed, if not thrown into a momentary panic.
OutdoorLife_19430901_0092_003_0096.xml
article
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angling
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Anglers' Queries
Tackle for Fly Casting
Fly Assortment
Rod Repairs in Wartime
Moss Problem
Difficulty in Spinning
Tips on Florida Fishing
Retrieving Lures Too Fast
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Question: I have done some bait casting and would now like to try my hand at fly fishing. As I don’t know anything about it, I wonder if you’d be good enough to suggest the tackle required? I’d be going after pickerel, panfish, and an occasional bass, and have been considering an 8½-ft., 5-oz. rod or a 9-ft., 6½-oz. rod.
OutdoorLife_19430901_0092_003_0097.xml
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OutdoorLife_19430901_0092_003_0098.xml
article
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84,85,86
Boating
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Water Trips in the South
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J. A. EMMETT
FROM time to time I am asked for information about camping trips, via boat or canoe, in the South. One man wants to know about conditions on Florida's St. Johns River; another has in mind a trip through the Ever-glades country there; a couple of fellows are figuring on serious exploration in the Gulf of Lower California following their discharge from the Army.
OutdoorLife_19430901_0092_003_0099.xml
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MUNCIE GEAR WORKS, INC.: NEPTUNES
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MUNCIE GEAR WORKS, INC.
NEPTUNES
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OutdoorLife_19430901_0092_003_0100.xml
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OutdoorLife_19430901_0092_003_0101.xml
article
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87
The Camp Chef
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GOOD EATS— AT HOME OR AFIELD
Boiled Fish
Ham Loaf
Mashed Potato Salad
Baked Fish Loaf
Alabama Baked Chops
Graham Muffins
Rolled Oats Bread
Apple Crunch
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Don Richards
We are eating more of the larger, coarser kinds of fish now that meat is scarce, and we find them less tasty, especially when fried. The remedy is to boil some of the large types. Inclose fish in a cloth sack or commercial parchment paper to prevent it from falling apart, drop in salted boiling water, and cook about 8 minutes for each pound.
OutdoorLife_19430901_0092_003_0102.xml
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KIEKHAEFER CORPORATION: Mercury
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KIEKHAEFER CORPORATION
Mercury
[no value]
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OutdoorLife_19430901_0092_003_0103.xml
article
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88,89
Camping & Woodcraft
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Sleep Warm on the Trail
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MAURICE H. DECKER
WITH the coming of autumn, camping won't be much fun unless your bed is warm and soft. The very first night we camped out, my partner and I made a mistake quite usual for beginners. Our beds were folding canvas cots with three single blankets for each.
OutdoorLife_19430901_0092_003_0104.xml
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OutdoorLife_19430901_0092_003_0105.xml
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ARGUS INTERNATIONAL INDUSTRIES, INC.
[no value]
ARGUS INTERNATIONAL INDUSTRIES, INC.
[no value]
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OutdoorLife_19430901_0092_003_0106.xml
article
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90,92
Dogs
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Your Pup—for the Duration
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WILLIAM CARY DUNCAN
RIGHT now "Home, Sweet Home," whether accompanied by music or not, means more to us Americans than ever before; but we know too that in millions of cases you’d never find that out by ringing the doorbell or looking through the living-room window.
OutdoorLife_19430901_0092_003_0107.xml
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91
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[no value]
DOGS FOR DEFENSE, Inc.
[no value]
DOGS FOR DEFENSE, Inc.
[no value]
[no value]
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OutdoorLife_19430901_0092_003_0108.xml
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OutdoorLife_19430901_0092_003_0109.xml
article
92
92
Dogs
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Dog Questions
Duplex Doghouse
Fighting Names
Spayed Hunter
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Question: Recently I purchased a 6-year-old coon hound. If he hits a trail within an hour everything is fine; if he doesn’t, he starts running rabbits. To break him of this I have tried whipping—which most dog books advise—but it does no good.
OutdoorLife_19430901_0092_003_0110.xml
article
93
93
Dogs
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The Health of Your Dog
Dizzy Spells
Irritated Eye
Bark Will Come
Bronchial Cough
Discouraging Fleas
Tender Feet
Is Garlic O.K.?
Treating Mange
Loss of Appetite
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JAMES R. KINNEY
Dr. Kinney is glad to answer personally all letters from readers regarding their dogs' health. It should be remembered when writing him that serious illnesses cannot be treated successfully by a person unable to examine the dog. In such instances, a dependable local veterinarian should be consulted immediately.
OutdoorLife_19430901_0092_003_0111.xml
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OutdoorLife_19430901_0092_003_0112.xml
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94,95
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Classified Advertising
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OutdoorLife_19430901_0092_003_0113.xml
article
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96
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GAME GIMMICKS
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[no value]
[no value]
GUS MAGER
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OutdoorLife_19430901_0092_003_0114.xml
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97
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Remington Arms Company, Inc.: PETERS
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Remington Arms Company, Inc.
PETERS
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OutdoorLife_19430901_0092_003_0115.xml
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100
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BUCK SKEIN JOE: Buck Skein Joe Jacket
[no value]
BUCK SKEIN JOE
Buck Skein Joe Jacket
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OutdoorLife_19430901_0092_003_0116.xml