Issue: 19490801

Monday, August 1, 1949
AUGUST, 1949
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Outdoor Life
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CONTINENTAL DISTILLING CORPORATION: DIXIE BELLE
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CONTINENTAL DISTILLING CORPORATION
DIXIE BELLE
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OutdoorLife_19490801_0104_002_0002.xml
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AMERICAN SAFETY RAZOR CORP.: Silver STAR
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AMERICAN SAFETY RAZOR CORP.
Silver STAR
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OutdoorLife_19490801_0104_002_0003.xml
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THE ENTERPRISE MFG. CO.: Pflueger
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THE ENTERPRISE MFG. CO.
Pflueger
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tableOfContents
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Outdoor Life
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Nash Motors
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Nash Motors
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OutdoorLife_19490801_0104_002_0006.xml
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NATURAL HISTORY BOOK CLUB: The Nature Lover’s TREASURY
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NATURAL HISTORY BOOK CLUB
The Nature Lover’s TREASURY
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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
ROAD HUNTERS
FEDERAL LANDS FOR SPORT
FLORIDA FLY FISHING
THOSE BANDTAIL PIGEONS
AFFECTIONATE HOUNDS
“DON’T SHOOT! I’M A DOE!”
TRY OUT YOUR GUN FIRST
NO WAY TO TREAT A LADY
LEAVE SNAKES ALONE
THAT’S NO IVORY-BILL!
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In the last few years I have noticed an increasing number of hunters in northern California, road hunting for deer, especially since the jeep has become available to the public. In deer season one sees car after car of hunters parked on highways, county roads, and logging roads near known crossing areas, streams, and springs.
OutdoorLife_19490801_0104_002_0008.xml
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R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co.: Prince Albert
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R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co.
Prince Albert
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OutdoorLife_19490801_0104_002_0009.xml
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GEPHART Mfg Co.
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GEPHART Mfg Co.
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OutdoorLife_19490801_0104_002_0010.xml
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Austin Nichols & Co. Inc.: grants
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Austin Nichols & Co. Inc.
grants
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OutdoorLife_19490801_0104_002_0011.xml
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JAMES HEDDON’S SONS
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JAMES HEDDON’S SONS
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Stop Wasting Game!
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Readers have sounded a hearty “amen" to the article “Let’s Stop Wasting Game” in the May issue of OUTDOOR LIFE, in which Arthur Grahame aimed some straight talk at the pothunters and game hogs who menace the future of hunting in America. Here are excerpts from a few of the many letters we’ve received on the subject:
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UTICA Duxbak CORP.: HUNTING CLOTHES
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UTICA Duxbak CORP.
HUNTING CLOTHES
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OutdoorLife_19490801_0104_002_0014.xml
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SPECIAL FEATURES
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FISHING SEASONS FOR 1949
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Here’s the information—carefully compiled from official sources—which you need to plan that next fishing trip. Pick your state or province; write to the proper agency for details about limits, license fees, local exceptions, and so on; and you’ll be set!
OutdoorLife_19490801_0104_002_0015.xml
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Outdoor Lifers
Personal Notes on New Friends
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Aubrey F. Taylor says he and his wife are a couple of Washington hillbillies raised in the Olympic Peninsula. You won’t have any doubt about that (as far as the hill part is concerned) when you read, in this issue, “Goats—First and Last.” It’s Taylor’s story of some rugged peak-topping.
OutdoorLife_19490801_0104_002_0016.xml
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PREST-O-LITE BATTERY COMPANY, INC.: Prest-o-lite
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PREST-O-LITE BATTERY COMPANY, INC.
Prest-o-lite
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OutdoorLife_19490801_0104_002_0017.xml
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Advertising Council
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Advertising Council
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OutdoorLife_19490801_0104_002_0018.xml
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13,14,15,70
SPECIAL FEATURES
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FISHING DERBIES? NOT FOR ME!
Out to Mob the Salmon
The Suspense Was Awful
When the Hullabaloo Broke Loose
High Blood Pressure
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CHESTER CHATFIELD
Fishing derbies? Take `em away! That's my reaction every time I read about—or see—one of those glorified mob scenes masquerading as sport. Somebody offers prizes for the biggest catches, hundreds of people stampede to the banks of a lake or stream, and when somebody shouts “Go!” the race is on.
OutdoorLife_19490801_0104_002_0019.xml
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16,17,61,62,63
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A DEER CALL BRINGS 'EM IN!
He was sure it was just a gag. Who ever heard of calling in a buck? Those sourdoughs were great kidders, and as a cheechako he was sure he was being taken for a ride. But imagine his surprise when one toot on that deer lure brought in two prize black-tails!
We Decide on a Plan
The Call Had Worked—for Ed
One Forkhorn—Then Two
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NORBERT M. ELLIS
A newcomer to Alaska, especially if he is a sportsman, gets an awful lot of kidding from the old-timers. No matter if he’s hunted and fished a lifetime in the States, he’s still a cheechako, or greenhorn, to the sourdoughs. So I thought it was just another rib when Ed asked me if I had a deer call.
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SPECIAL FEATURES
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The Fish That Wears BRASS KNUCKLES
Want a dingdong battle with a brawler who’ll hit you with everything he’s got? Then try Joe Carp with a light rod—but be careful he doesn’t knock your block off!
Bites Like Turtle, Kicks Like Mule
River Roughneck
Growing Popularity
For a Snooty Fish
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RIES TUTTLE
Henry Walsh
THERE have been a lot of arguments on the perennial question of whether, inch for inch and pound for pound, the smallmouth bass or the speckled trout is the gamer fish. Some have been pretty fair arguments, too, but they’re puny affairs alongside the ones I’m about to promote.
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QUAIL OF THE LOW COUNTRY
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Northern gunners, used to seeking bobwhite quail in fields of harvested grain and over bottom lands grown up to weeds, find hunting in the Southeastern coastal plain something vastly different. This low country stretches from northern North Carolina down through eastern South Carolina and Georgia into Florida.
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SPECIAL FEATURES
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THE SURE WAY TO VENISON
Runway watching is cold sport, but it does pay off—in white-tails. Here’s advice on picking a stand and learning to like it
Perfect Set-up
Costly Bit of Exercise
Always the Right Weapon
It Was an Exception
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DR. RUSSELL C. SMITH
My friend Alvin Hegna and I went deer hunting last Thanksgiving Day. We knew exactly where to go and, despite the fact that the Wisconsin deer season had been open for the better part of a week, we felt reasonably confident of killing a buck. The spot we had in mind was not far from Drummond, in the extreme north-western corner of Wisconsin.
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TALL but short
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Robert T. Wright
Heavy fog? Why, in these Wisconsin River bottoms the cussed stuff is so heavy we have to shovel it off our front walk. Kids cut it up and use it for building blocks. What! You doubt it, mister? Well then, listen to this. One afternoon old Lars McGonicle was shingling the barn when a real pea-souper set in.
OutdoorLife_19490801_0104_002_0024.xml
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MYSTERY TROUT OF EAGLE CAP
Fishing America’s wildest wilderness, where the legal limit is sixty (count ’em!) fish—and we scorn to keep any less than fifteen inches long. No, I didn’t take my limit; and that brings up the thing that puzzles me
Henry Didn’t Waste Any Time
Still No Salmon-size Rainbows
Like an Exploding Depth Charge
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FRANK L. VENNUM
Across the valley of Wallowa from Hell's Canyon and the Seven Devils Mountains is a highland of alpine meadows and towering granite pinnacles known as the Eagle Cap Wilderness. Eagle Cap is another of those roadless extensions of a vast solitude that envelops the junction of Idaho, Oregon, and Washington; and since the days of Chief Joseph and the Nez Percé Indians it has been credited as the wildest corner in America.
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GOATS--FIRST and LAST
They were lucky enough to get permits for Washington’s first open season. But the weather and a series of tough breaks led them over lots of hurdles before they downed those tough-to-get trophies
Not Proud But Curious
Follow the Leader
Rained Out
The Wrong Box
Disappearing Act
A Long Shot Called For
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AUBREY F. TAYLOR
My wife and I had always wanted to hunt goats and we thought it would be a cinch after being lucky enough to draw two of the 150 permits from the more than 5,000 applications to hunt in Washington State’s first official goat season. What we hadn’t figured on was the weather—and more important still, our stupidity.
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BEAR TROUBLE ON THE DOUBLE
Ever look a blackie in the eye, when he’s practically on top of you and ready for a fight? Well, it’s hard on the heart! Leastwise, I found it so the day I went with Jes to hunt down an Arizona renegade
“I’d Know His Track Anyplace”
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PERCY BROWN
The average black bear, husky brute though he is, is mortally afraid of a hound's baying. There's something about it that seems to strike to the very heart of the biggest bruin, turning his blood to water, making him long for distant parts—or the protection of a tall tree.
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COON HOUNDS I HAVE KNOWN
Even the best of them are different as can be—lovable, maddeningly temperamental, a law unto themselves. Take Bud, or Queen or Duke or Fanny. Yes, and Rudy and Black Bill! They’re the stand-outs in my book of memories
Queen Had to be First
Had I Bought Just a Bark?
Black Bill’s Revenge
Time Out for Love
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ED MASON
The men who go puffing along behind a pack of bawling, bellowing coon hounds when darkness has settled down upon the autumn fields offer some interesting character studies. But they’re a colorless lot compared with the dogs they follow.
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HOW I TOOK THE BASS CURE
On the eve of open season I had ivy poisoning. Awful bad. Blisters, itches, wet bandages—I couldn’t have felt worse. So for once I didn’t give fishing a second thought. That is, not until I’d thought the situation over!
Rage Instead of Joy
Doc Set Me Thinking
Mac Makes Up My Mind
This One Knew How to Hit
That Fish Did Me Good
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BEN EAST
The bass season opens in Michigan in late June—a very pleasant time of year. In fact, I suspect I enjoy the first few days of fishing as much for the setting as for the sport itself. The mornings are warm and dew-wet. You drive down to the lake at daybreak and the fragrance of wild grape blossoms hangs over the dusty country roads, pungent and heavy.
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DUCKS Are On The UPGRADE
Good news for waterfowl hunters—the best they’ve had for several years. But before we start cheering, let’s do a little serious thinking about the things we should do to keep the duck population from tail-spinning again
Even More This Year—Maybe
A Lesson in Management
Production in “Duck Hotels”
State-wide Restoration Project
Ducklegging Ring
More Than 3 Million Cripples
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ARTHUR GRAHAME
Cheered but not yet cheering, two million duck and goose hunters in the United States are looking forward hopefully—but with their fingers crossed—to the coming water-fowl season. It was Albert M. Day, director of the U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service, who gave them cause for their cautious optimism.
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Because the Pheasant Made Good
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Bud Jackson
When ringneck pheasants were first introduced in this country, a few research technicians sounded a somber warning that introduction of exotic (not native) species seldom pays off. That they were wrong in this case is best attested by the fact that more than half the forty-eight states had sufficiently large pheasant populations for an open season in 1948.
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New Ideas for Use of Pledge in Teaching Conservation
Saving the nation’s resources is a job for everyone. Here are ways to get your fellow citizens to understand the reasons why
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Reports of new uses for America's Conservation Pledge continue to reach OUTDOOR LIFE every day, as more groups and individuals undertake the job of informing their fellow citizens of conservation’s vital importance. Featured in a window display in Abercrombie & Fitch’s New York City store, a four-foot-square copy of the Pledge recently brought its inspiring message to many thousands of persons daily over a period of weeks.
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KING OF BEASTS—ON EVEN TERMS!
Life itself is at stake when you walk right into lion cover! No safe tree perches, no White Hunters for these three men; just a minimum of equipment, a few natives—and a whole month of excitement. Here’s the sort of big-game hunt that you might take in South Africa!
Animals Worth Hunting
On the Trail of a Big Cat
Thorns, Snakes, and Tsetse Flies
Antelope and Buffalo—Plus!
The Medicine for Lions
Safari Into Bechuanaland
Buffalo Meat—and Trophy Head
And Then it Happened
No Place for Cowardice
Bait—and Wait
Leo Reared Up and Roared
Frozen to the Spot
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COL. HENRY S. CILLIERS
An animal that doesn't scare you isn't worth shooting. A hunting trip that doesn't produce a few new gray hairs on your poll isn’t worth taking. Now, I’ll admit that this is only one man’s opinion. I’m not bigoted about it. I’m not raising the issue of “sportsmanship”—I have no qualms about shooting animals.
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AN OUTDOOR LIFE PICTURE STORY
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When Your GUN NEEDS FIXING
Here’s how the factory does it
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When something goes wrong with your gun, you can do one of three things: If it's a minor matter, you can fix it yourself. If it’s more serious, you can take the gun to a reliable local gunsmith. But if it needs a major operation, the only place to send it is to the manufacturer’s own customer repair department.
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This Happend to Me!
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DANGEROUS FISHING GROUNDS
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Charles Wescott
WE PAY CASH FOR ALL TRUE ADVENTURES THAT CAN BE TOLD THIS WAY
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HUNTER-WILSON DISTILLING CO., INC.: HUNTER
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HUNTER-WILSON DISTILLING CO., INC.
HUNTER
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Angling
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Angling
Our angling editor discovers a brand-new thrill in his first encounter with the famous hard-fighting trout of the Soo
A New Experience
Anglers Ring the Bell
Four Rivers in One
I Chose a Lighter Rod
Heavy Tackle Pays Off
SOO
BALI DUCK
SCOTTY
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RAY BERGMAN
For many years I've listened to bits of talk and read articles about the "Soo" trout of the St. Mary's River, at the outlet of Lake Superior. I’ve often intended fishing for them but somehow never got to it, although my wife and I often crossed the river on the ferry.
OutdoorLife_19490801_0104_002_0037.xml
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The American Fork and Hoe Co.: TRUE TEMPER
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The American Fork and Hoe Co.
TRUE TEMPER
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OutdoorLife_19490801_0104_002_0038.xml
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Kaufmann Bros. & Bondy, Inc.: YELLO-BOLE
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Kaufmann Bros. & Bondy, Inc.
YELLO-BOLE
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OutdoorLife_19490801_0104_002_0039.xml
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Angling
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Live Baits for Bass
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R. A. Jenkins
Two live baits for bass that always bring home the bacon (for me, at least), are a large, fat polliwog, and a small bullhead or catfish with the barbels and fins cut off. Removing the barbels is important because bass seldom feed on bullheads because of their “horns."
OutdoorLife_19490801_0104_002_0040.xml
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THE BEAD CHAIN MANUFACTURING CO.: BEAD CHAIN
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THE BEAD CHAIN MANUFACTURING CO.
BEAD CHAIN
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OutdoorLife_19490801_0104_002_0041.xml
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FAIRBANKS-MORSE
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FAIRBANKS-MORSE
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OutdoorLife_19490801_0104_002_0042.xml
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Advertisements
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Marble Arms & Mfg. Co.
Marble’s Woodcraft
Marble Arms & Mfg. Co.
Marble’s Waterproof Match Box
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OutdoorLife_19490801_0104_002_0043.xml
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Eastman Kodak Company: Kodak Tourist Camera
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Eastman Kodak Company
Kodak Tourist Camera
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OutdoorLife_19490801_0104_002_0044.xml
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W. F. Young, Inc.: Absorbine Jr.
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W. F. Young, Inc.
Absorbine Jr.
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OutdoorLife_19490801_0104_002_0045.xml
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RUSSELURE MFG. CO., INC.
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RUSSELURE MFG. CO., INC.
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OutdoorLife_19490801_0104_002_0046.xml
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LANGLEY CORPORATION: THE FAMOUS LANGLEY STREAMLITE
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LANGLEY CORPORATION
THE FAMOUS LANGLEY STREAMLITE
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OutdoorLife_19490801_0104_002_0047.xml
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Angling
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Advertisement: OUTDOOR LIFE
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OUTDOOR LIFE
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OutdoorLife_19490801_0104_002_0048.xml
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Advertisements
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Winchester Repeating Arms Company
BOLT ACTION RIFLE
Winchester Repeating Arms Company
REPEATING SHOTGUN
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OutdoorLife_19490801_0104_002_0049.xml
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OIL REFINING CORPORATION: Duplex
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OIL REFINING CORPORATION
Duplex
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OutdoorLife_19490801_0104_002_0050.xml
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Olin Industries, Inc.: SUPER-X SILVERTIPS
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Olin Industries, Inc.
SUPER-X SILVERTIPS
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GAME GIMMICKS
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GAME GIMMICKS
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GUS MAGER
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OutdoorLife_19490801_0104_002_0052.xml
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Advertisements
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SOUTH BEND BAIT COMPANY
Bass-Oreno
SOUTH BEND BAIT COMPANY
South Bender
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OutdoorLife_19490801_0104_002_0053.xml
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O'KEEFE'S, INC.
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O'KEEFE'S, INC.
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OutdoorLife_19490801_0104_002_0054.xml
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Crosley Motors, Inc.
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Crosley Motors, Inc.
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OutdoorLife_19490801_0104_002_0055.xml
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THE PEQUEA WORKS, INC.: Quilby WOB-TAIL
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THE PEQUEA WORKS, INC.
Quilby WOB-TAIL
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OutdoorLife_19490801_0104_002_0057.xml
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Marine Specialties Mfg. Co.: McMAHON
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Marine Specialties Mfg. Co.
McMAHON
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OutdoorLife_19490801_0104_002_0058.xml
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Alaska Sleeping Bag Co.: SLEEPING BAG
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Alaska Sleeping Bag Co.
SLEEPING BAG
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OutdoorLife_19490801_0104_002_0059.xml
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HANDY MANUFACTURING CO.: Genuine Dupont Nylon Fishing Line
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HANDY MANUFACTURING CO.
Genuine Dupont Nylon Fishing Line
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OutdoorLife_19490801_0104_002_0060.xml
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Townsend Engineering Co.
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Townsend Engineering Co.
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OutdoorLife_19490801_0104_002_0061.xml
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MODEL DIE CASTING CO.: DU-PLAY Double Spinner
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MODEL DIE CASTING CO.
DU-PLAY Double Spinner
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Angling
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Heat for Ferrule Repair
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William Rickert
Use the heating unit of the cigarette lighter on your automobile to aid in removing broken ferrules, and resetting and tightening loose ones. The lighter provides enough heat to melt the glue without discoloring rod or ferrule.
OutdoorLife_19490801_0104_002_0063.xml
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Scott-Atwater Mfg. Co.: SHIFT
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Scott-Atwater Mfg. Co.
SHIFT
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OutdoorLife_19490801_0104_002_0064.xml
article
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70
Angling
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This Lure Glows at Night
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Following hard on our article about fish lures that glow when activated by ultraviolet light comes word of a plastic bait made in St. Louis, Mo., that not only glows by day but can be made to do so at night or in murky water. Intended for stillfishing, it looks much like a pink-and-white peppermint stick.
OutdoorLife_19490801_0104_002_0065.xml
article
70
70
Angling
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Macaroni as Bait
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Bruce McKay
One day I happened to notice how much small pieces of macaroni looked like grubworms, and got the idea that they might serve as fish bait. Softening the macaroni and cutting it into small pieces, I found that in many cases it was just as good as worms and other forms of live bait.
OutdoorLife_19490801_0104_002_0066.xml
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Advertisement: KENTUCKY CLUB
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KENTUCKY CLUB
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OutdoorLife_19490801_0104_002_0067.xml
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O. MUSTAD & SON
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O. MUSTAD & SON
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OutdoorLife_19490801_0104_002_0068.xml
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STAPLE SALES: NYLON fishing LINES
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STAPLE SALES
NYLON fishing LINES
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OutdoorLife_19490801_0104_002_0069.xml
article
71
71
Angling
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Anglers' Queries
Double Taper on Torpedo?
A Double-service Line
Rainbows in Argentina
Salt-water Flies
Sticky Line
Measuring a Rod
Wet, Dry Salmon Flies
Twisting in Swift Water
Bait for Crabs
Transporting Live Minnows
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R. B.
Question: The maker of my new 9-ft., 5-oz. fly rod recommends a silk H-D-H double-taper line, but I have read that ordinary double-taper lines are hard to handle and not suited to bass-bugging. Would a torpedo head be better for this type of fishing?
OutdoorLife_19490801_0104_002_0070.xml
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71
71
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Advertisements
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PALLEY SUPPLY CO.
HUNTING KNIFE
PALLEY SUPPLY CO.
NYLON FISHLINE
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OutdoorLife_19490801_0104_002_0071.xml
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71
71
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SCEYENTIFIC FISH LURE COMPANY
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SCEYENTIFIC FISH LURE COMPANY
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OutdoorLife_19490801_0104_002_0072.xml
article
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Angling
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RAY'S DAYBOOK OF ANGLING
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R. B.
August is really a doldrums month for fishing. But if you look about for cold spots in streams and ponds you may be most agreeably surprised by the results. Also, if it’s permitted, try some night fishing. Though dog days are proverbially poor fishing days, some of my most interesting angling experiences have occurred then.
OutdoorLife_19490801_0104_002_0073.xml
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72
72
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Martin FISH LURE CO.: FIREPLUG
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Martin FISH LURE CO.
FIREPLUG
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OutdoorLife_19490801_0104_002_0074.xml
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72
72
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BEEBE CORDAGE CO., INC.: NYLON BRAIDED CORD
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BEEBE CORDAGE CO., INC.
NYLON BRAIDED CORD
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OutdoorLife_19490801_0104_002_0075.xml
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72
72
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[no value]
HOME COMFORT COACH CO.
[no value]
HOME COMFORT COACH CO.
[no value]
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OutdoorLife_19490801_0104_002_0076.xml
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72
72
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OTTAWA MFG. CO.: OTTAWA Mule Team Tractor
[no value]
OTTAWA MFG. CO.
OTTAWA Mule Team Tractor
[no value]
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OutdoorLife_19490801_0104_002_0077.xml
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73
73
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Lionel Corporation
[no value]
Lionel Corporation
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OutdoorLife_19490801_0104_002_0078.xml
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73
73
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FLUORO-FIRE LURES: FLUORESCENT FIRE FISH LURES
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FLUORO-FIRE LURES
FLUORESCENT FIRE FISH LURES
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OutdoorLife_19490801_0104_002_0079.xml
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73
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Advertisements
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WOB-L-RITE
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SENECA TACKLE COMPANY
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OutdoorLife_19490801_0104_002_0080.xml
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74
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Advertisements
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OutdoorLife_19490801_0104_002_0081.xml
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OutdoorLife_19490801_0104_002_0082.xml
article
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76,77,78,79
Arms and Ammunition
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Arms and Ammunition
For white-tail deer, which rifle action and caliber should you choose, and why? You’ll find the answers in this article
When the Going is Bad
Think of Brush, Too
A Badly Scared Deer
Barrel Length for Brush Work
Some Other Good Loads
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JACK O’CONNOR
MY companion had shot a whitetail buck in the hills that morning; and while he dressed it out and hung it up, I headed back for the horses, which we had left tied at the foot of the hills. The way I went, it was about 2 miles, and I hunted all the way. I cut through the heads of all the canyons without moving a thing.
OutdoorLife_19490801_0104_002_0083.xml
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78
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Advertisements
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COLT
Target Model
COLT
Sport Model
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OutdoorLife_19490801_0104_002_0084.xml
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78
78
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LYMAN GUN SIGHT CORP.: Cutts Comp
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LYMAN GUN SIGHT CORP.
Cutts Comp
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OutdoorLife_19490801_0104_002_0085.xml
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78
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Advertisement
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OutdoorLife_19490801_0104_002_0086.xml
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78
78
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Advertisements
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E. C. BISHOP & SON, Inc.
BISHOP Superior STOCKS
E. C. BISHOP & SON, Inc.
BISHOP Leader STOCKS
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OutdoorLife_19490801_0104_002_0087.xml
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79
79
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Champion Spark Plug Company
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Champion Spark Plug Company
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OutdoorLife_19490801_0104_002_0088.xml
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79
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OutdoorLife_19490801_0104_002_0089.xml
article
80
80,81,82,83
Arms and Ammunition
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Shooters' Problems
JACK O’CONNOR will be glad to help you get the best results from your firearms—rifle, shotgun, or pistol. Address your questions him in care of this magazine, inclosing sufficient postage for reply, which will be sent you by mail
Barrel Length and Choke
7.62 x 63 Means .30/06!
For Faster Aiming
Can Do—for $100,000
Two Bullets, One Setting?
Luger From Stolen Parts?
Partial Head Separation
Shotgun Trouble
Lucky Man
Scope for Woods Deer
Rifle Won’t Group Well
.22 Springfield to Hornet
Ward Westernfield Shotgun
Measuring a Bighorn Head
Ejection Trouble
U. S. Model 1917 Enfield
Problem in Neck Sizing
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J. O'C.
Question: I’m thinking of getting a 12 gauge Ithaca pump gun, Model 37-R, with an extra barrel so that I’ll have one for upland-game shooting and one for duck and long-range crow shooting. I also intend to get two double-guns, one 12 gauge, the other 16.
OutdoorLife_19490801_0104_002_0090.xml
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johnson gun co.: johnson INDOOR TARGET GUN
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johnson gun co.
johnson INDOOR TARGET GUN
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OutdoorLife_19490801_0104_002_0091.xml
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80
80
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ANDYANDERSON'S Sporting Goods Co.: WEAVER CHOKE
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ANDYANDERSON'S Sporting Goods Co.
WEAVER CHOKE
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OutdoorLife_19490801_0104_002_0092.xml
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81
81
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Advertisements
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STITH MOUNTS
MASTER MOUNT
STITH MOUNTS
Extra Bases
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OutdoorLife_19490801_0104_002_0093.xml
article
82
82
Arms and Ammunition
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Bright Insurance Against Mishaps in the Deer Woods
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One of the glowing synthetic products used on new fish lures—described in the June issue of OUTDOOR LIFE—has been adapted for use in the deer woods as added insurance against hunting accidents. As part of the hunting costume, it gleams like a red traffic light and immediately differentiates a moving hunter from a game animal.
OutdoorLife_19490801_0104_002_0094.xml
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OutdoorLife_19490801_0104_002_0095.xml
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83
83
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The Poly-Choke Co.
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The Poly-Choke Co.
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OutdoorLife_19490801_0104_002_0096.xml
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83
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UNITED PRODUCTS CO.
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UNITED PRODUCTS CO.
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OutdoorLife_19490801_0104_002_0097.xml
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83
83
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TARGET ARMS
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TARGET ARMS
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OutdoorLife_19490801_0104_002_0098.xml
article
84
84,85
Arms and Ammunition
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GETTING THE RANGE...
Shotgun Production
Czech .22 Hornet
That Two-diameter Bullet
Model 43 Hornet Accuracy
Plastic Lens Covers
Two New Bulletmakers
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JACK O’CONNOR
Sheldon M. Smith of the Ithaca Gun Co. writes that I laid an egg when I said that only the higher-grade Ithaca doubles had been discontinued for 1949. I would have been right if I had said all Ithaca doubles. Their Le-fever Nitro Special doubles have also been temporarily discontinued.
OutdoorLife_19490801_0104_002_0099.xml
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Advertisements
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OutdoorLife_19490801_0104_002_0100.xml
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85
85
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Advertisement: Bausch & Lomb Ray-Ban
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Bausch & Lomb Ray-Ban
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OutdoorLife_19490801_0104_002_0101.xml
article
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86
Arms and Ammunition
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ROSEBUSH FENCE SAVES GAME
Besides providing farmers with a natural “barbed-wire” barrier, the multiflora rose offers game the cover it needs to survive
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JACK WILLCUTT
Hunters and sportsmen's clubs can do something to increase the supply of game, and at the same time earn the gratitude of their farmer friends, by calling attention to a new idea suggested by conservation experts. It’s a living fence of multiflora roses, which makes an economical field boundary and at the same time provides cover for game birds.
OutdoorLife_19490801_0104_002_0102.xml
article
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87
Arms and Ammunition
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4X Bear Cub Master Scope
Mount Adjustments Are Positive
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J. O’C.
The new Bear Cub Master 4X scope, which has just appeared on the market, is a high-class job in every respect, mechanically and optically. Like the 2½X Bear Cub—also made by Kollmorgen Optical Corp. of Brooklyn, N. Y., and distributed by Stith Mounts of San Antonio, Tex.—the Bear Cub Master (as shown) is of light-metal construction with a handsome and durable black finish.
OutdoorLife_19490801_0104_002_0103.xml
article
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87
Arms and Ammunition
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Treatment for Poison Ivy
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Harry J. Keller
An effective treatment for poison ivy is the common styptic pencil. Dip the pencil in water and rub it over the inflamed parts. Continue the treatment for about 15 minutes, dipping the pencil in water occasionally. Don’t rub the powder off. The itching should be gone in a few hours.
OutdoorLife_19490801_0104_002_0104.xml
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87
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METAL PRODUCTS CORPORATION
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METAL PRODUCTS CORPORATION
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OutdoorLife_19490801_0104_002_0105.xml
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88
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STOEGER ARMS CORP.
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STOEGER ARMS CORP.
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OutdoorLife_19490801_0104_002_0106.xml
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88
88
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The Boyt Company
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The Boyt Company
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OutdoorLife_19490801_0104_002_0107.xml
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88
88
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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_19490801_0104_002_0108.xml
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88
88
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E. C. BISHOP & SON, Inc.
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E. C. BISHOP & SON, Inc.
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OutdoorLife_19490801_0104_002_0109.xml
article
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89
Arms and Ammunition
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How to Photograph Birds
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How to Take Bird Pictures With Still and Movie Cameras, a 16-page booklet containing several color illustrations, is being offered free of charge to OUTDOOR LIFE readers. Simply address your request for a copy of the booklet to Sales Service Division, Eastman Kodak Co., Rochester 4, N. Y.
OutdoorLife_19490801_0104_002_0110.xml
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89
89
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Kohler Co.: KOHLER Electric Plant
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Kohler Co.
KOHLER Electric Plant
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OutdoorLife_19490801_0104_002_0111.xml
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89
89
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Ontario Travel
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Ontario Travel
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OutdoorLife_19490801_0104_002_0112.xml
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W. R. WEAVER COMPANY: MODEL K1
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W. R. WEAVER COMPANY
MODEL K1
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OutdoorLife_19490801_0104_002_0113.xml
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HIGH STANDARD MFG. CORP.
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HIGH STANDARD MFG. CORP.
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OutdoorLife_19490801_0104_002_0114.xml
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THE GEORGE LAWRENCE CO.
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THE GEORGE LAWRENCE CO.
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OutdoorLife_19490801_0104_002_0115.xml
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BROWNSCOPE CO.
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BROWNSCOPE CO.
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OutdoorLife_19490801_0104_002_0116.xml
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OutdoorLife_19490801_0104_002_0117.xml
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OutdoorLife_19490801_0104_002_0118.xml
article
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94,95,96
Camping and Woodcraft
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Camping and Woodcraft
Hot-weather camping needn’t be uncomfortable, if you know how to eat well and sleep well. These hints will help you do both
Quickly Made “Icebox”
Other Methods of Cooling
Ventilating the Tent
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MAURICE H. DECKER
Most people take their annual vacations in midsummer, because that's the best time to get away from their regular work or business. In most cases the woods and lake regions are considerably cooler now than city pavements and buildings, but if you should strike some unusually hot weather on a camping trip, don’t worry.
OutdoorLife_19490801_0104_002_0119.xml
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95
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The Coleman Company, Inc.: Coleman Folding CAMP STOVE
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The Coleman Company, Inc.
Coleman Folding CAMP STOVE
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OutdoorLife_19490801_0104_002_0120.xml
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OUTDOOR LIFE
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OutdoorLife_19490801_0104_002_0121.xml
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WESTON
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WESTON
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OutdoorLife_19490801_0104_002_0122.xml
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96
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Pennstate Cigar Corp.: STETSON Panetela
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Pennstate Cigar Corp.
STETSON Panetela
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OutdoorLife_19490801_0104_002_0123.xml
article
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97
Camping and Woodcraft
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The Camp Chef
Good Eats at Home or Afield
Prunes in Grapefruit Juice
Stewed Tomatoes
Minute Game Steaks
Meatless Stew
Shortcake Biscuits
Ham-bone Soup
Dried Beef With Eggs
Barbecued Wieners
Camp Cream
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DON RICHARDS
Prunes are a safe, healthy laxative and their food value is high. Put 1 lb. prunes in saucepan, and add a No. 2 can of grapefruit juice and ¼ cup sugar. Simmer 25 minutes. Serve cold. Enough for six to eight persons. 2 slices bread 1 No. 2 can tomatoes 2 tbsp. butter 1 tsp. salt ¼ tsp. pepper
OutdoorLife_19490801_0104_002_0124.xml
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W. C. RUSSELL MOCCASIN CO.: Bird Shooter
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W. C. RUSSELL MOCCASIN CO.
Bird Shooter
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OutdoorLife_19490801_0104_002_0125.xml
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Outdoor Life
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OutdoorLife_19490801_0104_002_0126.xml
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OutdoorLife_19490801_0104_002_0127.xml
article
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98
Camping and Woodcraft
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Trail Queries
Condensation in Tent
Packing Supplies
For Leather-rubber Boots
Easing the Food Problem
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M. H. D.
Question: On a deer-hunting trip last year we used a new wall tent, 14 x 16 ft., with no floor, no windows, and only a flap in front for a door. We had quite a bit of trouble with condensation. Drops of water collected all over the roof, and any sudden jar on the tent started a young cloudburst.
OutdoorLife_19490801_0104_002_0128.xml
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OutdoorLife_19490801_0104_002_0129.xml
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Outdoor Life
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OutdoorLife_19490801_0104_002_0130.xml
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OutdoorLife_19490801_0104_002_0131.xml
article
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100,101,102
Boating
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Boating
Planning to use it on salt water? Here’s some sound advice on choosing the right boat, and keeping it in good condition
Major Considerations
Get Reputable Products
Antirust Dope for Steel
Caring for the Motors
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J. A. EMMETT
What are the requirements in a boat for salt water, as compared with one for fresh-water use?" a reader asked recently. This man’s boating experience had been limited to fishing trips on a small inland stream; now his firm was moving him to the coast, where he’d have a chance to use a boat of his own.
OutdoorLife_19490801_0104_002_0132.xml
article
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100
Boating
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It’s Easy to Attach Gunwale Fenders
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J. A. E.
Gunwale fenders are a necessity where a small boat is used in conjunction with a larger one, to avoid scarring the latter’s paint. On any boat, they cushion against shocks such as contact with piers. The drawing at left, below, shows a simple rope-type fender.
OutdoorLife_19490801_0104_002_0133.xml
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KIEKHAEFER CORPORATION: MERCURY
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KIEKHAEFER CORPORATION
MERCURY
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OutdoorLife_19490801_0104_002_0134.xml
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U-MAK-IT PRODUCTS
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U-MAK-IT PRODUCTS
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OutdoorLife_19490801_0104_002_0135.xml
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101
101
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THOMPSON BROS. BOAT MFG. CO.
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THOMPSON BROS. BOAT MFG. CO.
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OutdoorLife_19490801_0104_002_0136.xml
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102
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OutdoorLife_19490801_0104_002_0137.xml
article
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103
Boating
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Answers to Boating Fans
Sealer for Plywood
Stainless-steel Boats
Box-body Type Trailer
Refinishing a Canoe
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J. A. E.
Question: Before painting, should I apply a coat of sealer to the plywood boat I have built?—R. C. Collins, N. C. Answer: Some paint manufacturers make plywood sealers designed to prevent the hair-line checking of paint or varnish, a fault to which plywood is subject.
OutdoorLife_19490801_0104_002_0138.xml
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OutdoorLife_19490801_0104_002_0139.xml
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Outdoor Life
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OutdoorLife_19490801_0104_002_0141.xml
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106,108,109
Dogs
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Dogs
Coursing, a sport old as the pyramids, is still popular today. Here’s a colorful story about it— and the sight-running hounds
Speed—and Courage
Many Admirable Traits
Sport of the Past—and Future
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C. BLACKBURN MILLER
Often when we think of gun dogs we picture the retrievers, the pointers, and the hounds which combine keen scenting powers and instinctive hunting traits with the skills they’ve learned from their trainers. They find game, wait for the gun to down it, and then bring it to the master’s outstretched hand.
OutdoorLife_19490801_0104_002_0142.xml
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107
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General Foods Corp.: Gaines
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General Foods Corp.
Gaines
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OutdoorLife_19490801_0104_002_0143.xml
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108
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OutdoorLife_19490801_0104_002_0144.xml
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109
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Polk Miller Products Corporation
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Polk Miller Products Corporation
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OutdoorLife_19490801_0104_002_0145.xml
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109
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J. N. Ryan Kennel
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J. N. Ryan Kennel
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OutdoorLife_19490801_0104_002_0146.xml
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109
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KUMFORT MFG. CO.
DARBY HAIR CLIPPER
KUMFORT MFG. CO.
OSTER ELECTRIC CLIPPER
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OutdoorLife_19490801_0104_002_0147.xml
article
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110
Dogs
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Dog Questions
Not Too Young to Work
Sheds Excessively
A Grand Dog
Cure for an Egg Thief
Brittany for Upland Game
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C. B. M.
Question: My Brittany spaniel will be 9½ months old by the time pheasant season rolls around. I’ve been training him to retrieve dummies, but do you think he will still be too young to retrieve live pheasants when the season opens?—R. A. Seem, Kans.
OutdoorLife_19490801_0104_002_0149.xml
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OutdoorLife_19490801_0104_002_0150.xml
article
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Dogs
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THE HEALTH OF YOUR DOG
In Case of Poisoning
Spaying at Age Three
After Distemper Strikes
Watering Eyes
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Dr. JAMES R. KINNEY
Question: What should be done for a dog that has been poisoned by strychnine or arsenic? —N. A. Benton, Minn. Answer: If a dog is suspected of having been poisoned, his stomach should be emptied immediately if possible. Table salt placed at the back of the tongue will induce vomiting.
OutdoorLife_19490801_0104_002_0151.xml
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OutdoorLife_19490801_0104_002_0152.xml
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Where to Go
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All Over the Map
Alabama’s Payne Lake
Kansas Strip Pits
An Oregon River
Sea-run Cutthroats
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P. A. PARSONS
Eddy trap. At foot of lower falls of the Yellowstone River, in Yellowstone National Park, there was until recently an eddy that trapped objects entering it. In 1930 a 20-ft. log floated round and round in it for the entire summer. In 1908 two runaway horses fell into eddy, their bodies still in harness whirled in it for months, were probably carried out by ice the following spring.
OutdoorLife_19490801_0104_002_0153.xml
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Green's Camps
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Green's Camps
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OutdoorLife_19490801_0104_002_0154.xml
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112
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DARGAN & CO., INC.
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DARGAN & CO., INC.
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OutdoorLife_19490801_0104_002_0155.xml
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112
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P. J. HOLSTEIN
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P. J. HOLSTEIN
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OutdoorLife_19490801_0104_002_0156.xml
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112
112
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Riviere-aux-Rats Co.
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Riviere-aux-Rats Co.
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OutdoorLife_19490801_0104_002_0157.xml
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113
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CANADIAN GOVERNMENT TRAVEL BUREAU
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CANADIAN GOVERNMENT TRAVEL BUREAU
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OutdoorLife_19490801_0104_002_0158.xml
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114,115
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CANADA
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OutdoorLife_19490801_0104_002_0159.xml
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Eastern U. S. A.
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OutdoorLife_19490801_0104_002_0160.xml
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116,119
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Western U. S. A.
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OutdoorLife_19490801_0104_002_0161.xml
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117,118,119
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SPORTSMAN’S MARKET PLACE
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OutdoorLife_19490801_0104_002_0162.xml
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OUTDOOR LIFE
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OutdoorLife_19490801_0104_002_0163.xml
masthead
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Outdoor Life
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OutdoorLife_19490801_0104_002_0164.xml
article
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Editorial Page
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Editorial Page
Here’s a Way the Elementary Schools Can Teach the ABC’s of Conservation
Safety Works Both Ways
Put Pollution Under Federal Control
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A member of the faculty of a Southern university has suggested that conservation can be made a part of elementary education by a very simple expedient. He urges that school readers be revised so that, instead of children encountering such sentences as “I see a hen and the hen is on a nest,” they will be taught to read with something like “The river washes good land down to sea.
OutdoorLife_19490801_0104_002_0165.xml
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National Distillers Products Corporation: PM BLENDED WHISKEY
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National Distillers Products Corporation
PM BLENDED WHISKEY
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OutdoorLife_19490801_0104_002_0166.xml
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PONTIAC
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OutdoorLife_19490801_0104_002_0167.xml