Excerpt from Camp Life in the Woods and the Tricks of Trapping and Trap Making: Containing Comprehensive Hints on Camp Shelter, Log Huts, Bark Shanties, Woodland Beds and Bedding, Boat and Canoe Building, and Valuable Suggestions on Trappers' Food
A Chapter Dedicated to Pestered Housekeepers. - The domestic Cat as a Household Trap. - The Rat - Its Proverbial Shrewdness and Cunning - the barrel trap. - Its unlimited Capabilities of Capture - Other Advantages Baiting for Rats. - A Second Form of Barrel Trap. - Various other Devices adapted to' the capture of the Rat. - The Steel Trap. - Hints on Setting. - Necessar Pre cautions - the Box dead fall. - the board flap. - the Box pit all. - Animals for which it may be set. - Its Extensive Capabilities of Capture. - Its self-setting Qualities. - The principle Utilized for the Capture of the Muskrat. The cage trap. - the jar trap. - A Preserve Jar Converted into a Mouse Trap. - Its Complete Success. - bowl traps. - Two methods-fly paper. Recipe for Making. - FLY trap pages 125 - 136.