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Field and Stream-September, 1928

9%e World Wide
Iftever
A NATIVE of
the Soudan with
wild guinea fowl
shot with a
Lefever.
The Reli-
able Le-
fever is
and
used all
over the
globe. Always
dependable.
"Who Ever Saw
A Broken Lefever?"
Singles $16.00 -Doubles $28.25.
Send for Folder.
LEFEVER ARMS CO.
Box 14, Ithaca, N.Y.
Col. Whelen says he will invariably choose the 7 power
Miraket when compared with
standard 6 and 8powrgiasses."
MIRAKEL
BINOCULARS
Carry them with you for
tour or sports. SmaIn
en o ugh for the
p oc k e t-stron g
enough to see miles
of distance. Genuine
Prism 7 power, 6 o2.,
w i t h leather
case. Postpaid
Hensoldt N-s  Os i,t" Bi-- .] s)$5
Zeiss Wisde A-1,e -T)lts,-  . X t .  6
Prisnmiris Psikes Bi.-,d4,o,  6  1ost  a . . 16
Io,,e,  siioooc  s..  a-J . . . $ 10
Sientific,. Explon  Cmming Oufita-write for .rdog " B"
Anthony Fiala 21 Warren St.. New York City
( uSf City II.llO'arks
~-DUCIC ND
COLLAPSIBLE PUSH POLE HEAD
Light,stronig and non-fouling
Never slicks iin the mud-Prepand $2W
0.F.IQLGORE    MIeLO.       ,BE1 -Q  " LOB
MINN.
The Great
Jostam
Anti-flinch
Recoil Pad
for shotguns and
rifles  -  without
question the lead-
Ptud  Oc. 29., 914.0.12,1 915, Sent. 20.1927  ing  recoil  Tad
used today  by  sportsmen ecerywhere. It's  No  Kick  Com-
Ing  wuhen  you  specify  this  leading  PTd  on  your  gunt
order.  Asisd  Sus titutios. Front  dealer  or  direct $3.25.
Lareest  Irs. of reoil eadin theworld  Adlrss De't. B.
JOSTAM M    CO.          5252 Broadway, Chicago
THE IDEAL SPORT!
WAITE Too-Y FOT OU, NEW
I T  FREE 1928a CATALoG

WOLVERINE ARCHERY TACKLE
COLDWATER. MICHIGAN

the bank of the river; but back from the
river a small distance the numerous large
ponds or lakes, as they were called, which
covered a great part of the country, were
nearly dried up. The beds of some of them
are elevated above their former banks sev-
eral feet, producing an alteration of ten,
fifteen to twenty feet from their original
state.
And lately it has been discovered that a.
lake was formed on the opposite side of
the Mississippi, in the Indian country,
upwards of one hundred miles in length
and from one to sixty miles in width, of
the depth of from ten to fifty feet. It has
communication with the river at both
ends, and it is conjectured that it will not
be many years before the principal part,
if not the whole of the Mississippi, will
pass that way.
W E were constrained, by the fear of
our houses falling, to live twelve or
eighteen months, after the first shocks, in
little light camps made of boards; but we
gradually became callous and returned to
our homes again. Most of those who fled
from the country in the time of the hard
shocks have since returned home. We have,
since their commencement in 1811, and still
continue to feel slight shocks occasionally.
It is seldom indeed that we are more than
a week without feeling one, and sometimes
three or four a day. There were two this
winter past much harder than we have
felt them for two years before, but since
then they appear to be lighter than they
have ever been and we begin to hope that
ere long they will entirely cease.
I have now, Sir, finished my promised de-
scription of the earthquake, imperfect, it is
true, but just as it occurred to my memory,
many of and most of the truly awful
scenes having occurred three or four years
ago. They are, of course, not related with
that precision which would entitle it to
the character of a full and accurate pic-
ture. But such as it is, it is given with
pleasure-in the full confidence that it is
given to a friend. And now, Sir, wishing
you all good, I must bid you adieu.
Your humble servant, ELIZA BRyAN
P. S. There is one circumstance which I
think worthy of remark. This country
was formerly subject to very hard thunder,
but for more than twelve months before the
commencement of the earthquake there
was none at all and but very little since,
a great part of which resembles subter-
raneous thunder. The shocks still continue,
but are growing more light and less fre-
quent.      e. S.
Legend and history are thus beautifully
blended in the story of the formation of
Reelfoot Lake, and likewise romance and
practical benefits to mankind are linked to-
gether over a period of more than a hundred
years. Thousands of native and transient
fishermen find pleasure and recreation with
the rod and line in the waters of the lake
each year, and thousands of duck and game
hunters journey to Reelfoot to thrill with
the pleasure found there among the army
of wild ducks and game.
Plans are now being perfected by the
Reelfoot Lake Commission to buy the
parcels of land adjacent the lake borders
for the purpose of establishing a park,
which will be protected and beautified in
sections and controlled by the state of Ten-
nessee for the pleasure and profit of the
sportsmen and vilitors who assemble at
the lake.
At Reelfoot the fish, wildfowl and game
of the forest await the sportsman. They
cost him naught but to comply with the
state's game regulation, and this regula-
tion does not bother the honest sportsman,
who there finds his paradise.

Out in Seattle they
make a new flannel shirt
that sportsmen call...
"The most
co o; abbk
an active man
ever wore!t"
Beautiful, lustrous tan or gray fabric
a super-flannel . . . made only
from the wool of eight-months-old
Merino lambs of a special strain . . .
an exclusive cloth . . . tailoring that
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It's equally at home on a fishing ex-
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tailored with fine stitching. Cut full,
with several innovations of pattern that
snake for fullest comfort.
In four colors: gray, tan, gray plaid,
tan plaid. Price $7.50, distinctively
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