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rrr.. . rmnn fnrpi CONSTIPATION. INDIGESTION,
nMiniISNESS;UTEB COMPLAINTS, SICK HEADACHE, COLUS,
Fl'sPLEsl Si ' SEW AFFECTIONS, an'd DISEASES ARISING from
DISORDERED STOMACH. vrT miF WRAPPER
The OennAMBVnqTEAUamJELlOTT WRAPPERS
with Facsimile Sknalure ofhillL tlil-bh. W
v,tn 1 aceimue ED1N0TC,'N a co. AQENT3, 8an Fiasco.
SOTl BY AM. mtlXbfilSTW A Ms KOCBTt
i--, J ' QUEEN ANIMHAIRINE" rnunv.-H :uanl r,r Fnprlluons
-- TT :i I r horn tho J ace. Mrlt Jur I A nns. or A! olt's ami 1;in hinarlts.
Miiilc in o a paste,
"liTf-'N HAIRINE" 1" r(-f-'t'm and promote
v our appSioai ions will Mt p tlio hair falling and
Uml. t roi Vr's 1 f r.rl . Nature aid not provide thai wu should wnar a coyorh.r ,r the head. When
tiiD- lernvs (-kin) is alive so are tho roots, and "Quoon Ii airing applied to the surface opens the
olli"liM and Riws nourishment and vitality to the tools. One hot Ho wwl cuimiu-o tbo most bkeptioai
nf i' ii'crits 'l'rv it 1'ric Jl ") per Rotllo.
' Mllr'M ANTI-ODOR" (rwderwi form) applie;Ho Ihi pnrts allays excessive perspiration,
. i . . .iiiff ,.,iHi fh-rwivc fppt. armpits, etc A most delightful and h;irmlens remedy. Price 60c.
If " i .,r-Jv'i i.r-n i.nnximl tiarmlpwl.
Keif it l.y 1 . 'ruer, iieiat-uici 1-.., t-
r M TOSUTCO. 174 KAUa tT.t
i''.w cl our GooOs and " Uew
the l '.jf-mlexioir removes and prevents ia.li, Minuurn, r reeit.es, i inipiea bih juaeaneaua. i nis rc
' ,ri,(j nr"i-aratio"ri cannot he excelled. single application h;. a marvelous cflVet, and each
ad Tii o nil one improve the complexion. Try it; if not dehphied with it, return the Untie, and wo
refund vour money. One Rmile will restore Hie complexion. Price, $1.00
0"K!fH Toii.kt Co.: Your preparation formulas (alter a careful ana.vhiKl, T am free to say, a: a
. I Aiir.ii.ii u ftlect on 1 lineu accurui liu lu iiiin;iiiiin, . i . i it-ir, 'i . i'.. 10 t iitcinau .1.1 .-.
LOVELL DIAMOND CYCLES.
Ko. 2, Cushion Tiros,
lio. 3, Ladies' Solid Tiros,
A IX PARTS
Send (ii tent. In itimpi for our 100 pRe Hlostratcd Catalofue
INDIANA RANGE CO."
OF WROUCHT STEEL RANCES
-kt f tw-.w-. "I
C Hi m
Ouarantoed to ba tho most eco
nomical, most durable and most
perfect Panno on tha market.
Suitable for bard or soft coal, or
Sond for oatnloijuo to
INDIANA RANGE CO.
ryyfi'' COPYRIQHTS, oto.
For Infnrmalion nml m Hiuiilbonk wrilo to
MUNN CO., il I1.IKA1IWAY, Ni w IK.
Sldeut hiln'tiii for Bt'i-urliiK imtfiilrt li Aiiuth'ji.
very patent trtkon out liv It lironwht hotorrt
Ibe public by a itotliu irtvo.i Iroo ot cluuyo m tlio
Lfttvost f Irrulatlon of nny KPlimtlfie piipor In tlio
world. rinloii.lUUy llli
DlAll MhOllltt bo WllllOl,
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lit It. 1
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Ml'NN .1 I'D.
JllTi fl.iitl SIX 1
PUULlriUKKti. All Bruuilwiiy. ow Volk.
ifflWmK is one of those inven
tions that seems to be
finished. It seems to
reach the end as to
,t, goodness of light
frTiS. in cverv wav.
and ease of
The only care
filling and wip
Dirt falls out when the chimney
is taken off, not into a pocket as
in other central-draught lamps.
rutting in a new wick is a very
easy matter indeed.
1 All this seems strange to one
who knows how troublesome other
good lamps are.
It i.j in all tho good lamp-stores.
Scrd for a primer.
I.tt .iw.j. f rn-i- '.:t:!V,!t Bhasj. l'
il X-Z-j Ho. 4, C
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1 a jt,.,-,
erhaps You Don't Know Us,
BUT SU"ELY YOU K.NOV OF OM REMEDIES.
Wo extend an invitation to .m l t-fo fr ffsrt at. mir Clinic,
"Arra'lo Chambers." 3 1 on 1 to r. :.f. La'ly Attendants.
U-.. .'.11 ,,... I .ril.irc Giili.l, rPfliv,.,! .-llil-.l- k. :.l..,l t r,i,1
only Rit w niiiiui'-rf application is ri:iiihed. It
inim in in vi.t-vi. ii. ui?mhl'S ana uthiruys the
follicles of tlio hair vr it hout. tl, v sh'thteM p:i:ji, injury ordiscolori;
tiuii to Iho most 'l;liri,te skin. Try it. One I'riccj-Sl.uO per Rot tip.
the Ihnr ln no epul. It ;i puma- (vase lino
prevent (Un-lnnf. it cures Mjulp diseases, and
when aimlicd to Iho skin restores and biiuiifica
VlFyiNWAlz, u. nocai er.ts w&r.u.
to l5 ueautlial sen; lor mo sumj-i.
Ko. S 0, Laiiias' CusSiicn Tif as,
Ko. 4, Convarlibla So!;:! Tiros,
" Casliion Tir;a
machine mado a?
BicyslB Catalogue Fraa.
LOVELL AlOIH CO.,
of Guns, Rifles, RmWin, Sporting Mi nftllUnJi, ttc.
STANDARD FOUJ CENTURA
WATIRIOO YCASrcO BtlBOlT MICH.
Adjustable Extonnion Stand
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W ACK.NOWLEDCI.& THE BEST
lor L:wns, Gardens, Farms, tehes and Railroads
CUlrl 1.1 10 Cl 1' In ,1, , :'- tii 1 h i It 1 I ' 1 ! ll
Ni'Ni u.KVs I'l.n.ruv mtiimi. v vmm
So etiirtnitk't I.'o ImKit n.'l y ttm I'envr Nt-ttiitf
Tbt ll.Malleo Wutim Win. l'sui Co., cWfi,Ui
Bl.rU MVtB Jul'TlKGS.
Balmy weather still prevails.
The grn.ua in growina nicely.
The ehei'ptnen will surely raise an
abundant crnp of lambs, as Ihe grass vtill
be excellent bv that time.
Since the whtmping rongh has been
rsojnr.' in our neiKbborbmKl, the night
owl has ceased to sing bis songs of joy.
Enoch Cave and J. H. Hayes will
visit the county fceat the first of the
week. Their conveynnoe will be on a
load of cord wood.
The woods are ' chuck" full of grouse
and those that enjoy such sport as grouse
hunting could have a pknio shooting
them on the wing.
The ranchers on the north slopes of
the Blues have been speeding the plow
for the past few days, Bnd their iittle
lipids look as black as tar.
The little child of Eugene Matteson is
still alive and mending as fast as OLMild
lie expected, but it is feared that the
lillle fellow will loose bis sight.
Milt Brown and Allen McFerrin re
turned from the Wall creek country well
pleased with their luck. They oaptured
an animal that gave strong evidence of
being a monster.
Milt Brown and Ury Kidgevjay have
ffone to Jim Talberts to bale nay. The
ranchers have conie to o wise conclusion,
that it in cheaper to bale their hay than
to have it scratched to pipces by a band
of chickens, and wafted away on the
The change in the Gazette will enable
us to get the news more regularly than in
the paBt. Tamarack.
Blue Kiver, March 6, '92.
We deBire to say to our citizens, that
for years we have been selling Dr.
K'lifcr'n New Discovery for oousumptiou,
Dr. King's New Life pills, Buckliu's ar
uioa salye and Electric bitters, and have
never handled remedies that sell as well,
or that have given snob universal satis
faction. We do not hesitate to guaran
tee them every time, and we stand ready
to refund the purchase price, if satisfac
tory results do not follow their use.
TheHe remedies have won their great
popularity purely on their merits. Slo
oura Juhuslon Drug Co.
from our Eagle.
Fry S. Wilson left for Harney county
last week to be absent several days on
Wool buyers will Bonn begin to con
gregate at Heptmer to be in readiness
when the spring clip comes in.
Siiice the narrow escape from fire last.
week, almost all the stovepipes in the
Uy have been overhauled.
Attorney J. N. Brown passed through
Inst Saturday en route to Heppner. He
expects to return to Grant county again
on the lfltb inst.
V. S. Wilson is desirous of succeeding
ft. II. Davis as commissioner of Grant
county, and therefore has announced
himself as a candidate on the democrat
Vernon Lodge, No. 43, K. of P., of
John Kav, has been enjoying an era of
nronnentv not common to many lodges,
having increased its membership 100 per
rent. 111 less than one year.
L!trge bodies of coal havo been discov
i re I near the summit of the mountain
ahum two miles abovu Canyon City.
L'artiL'8 are now being employed pros
iiecting, and it is thought that a large
vein of coal will be discovered near at
Ii. T. Douglass, an attorney of Port
land, hes located at Ganyon City, having
f.irmedaoo partnership with J. N Brown,
if Heppner. The new firm has a bright
opening here in this county and have
riHtotfi.iZ.-il this great weekly as a med
ium through which to speak to the
O. K. T.- Holiest Hesi.lts.-O. K. T.
Mmvofthe pioneers of Oregon and
A'ashingl'.n have cheerfully testified to
the wnudeiful curiitivfl properties of the
celebrated Oregon Kidney Tea. Purelv
vegetable and pleasant to the taste and
ean be tak-u by the youngest child or
most delicate woman. O. K. T is a never
ailing remedy for pains in the back and
iiins, non-retention of urine, scalding or
burning sensation while urinating,
mucous discharges and all kidney troub
les of either sex. 81 at all druggists.
WORLD'S H'AIR NOTES.
Ail Ohio World's Ficr commissioner
lias estimated that the exhibitors from
his statu will spend upwards of $5,000,
I Uil in the preparation of their exhibits
or the exposition.
The California building lit the fair will
ho an imposing structure of the "old
niiHsiou" typo, 110 by 500 feet, with a
dome, and costing about I(i75,0il0. It will
be suiTouudtd by a hedge of Monterey
Vermont will have a building at the
exposition without drawing on the state
appropriation for the cost of its erection.
One hundred aulHtnutial citizens have
guaranteed H),000 for that purpose,
each one pledging himself to pay 3100.
A Million I'l'ioiuls.
A friend in need is a friend indeed,
and not less than one million people have
found just such a friend in Dr. King's
New Discovery for consumption, coughs
and colds.- If you have never used this
great cough medicine, one trial will con
vince you that it has wonderful curative
powers in all discuses of throat, chest
and lungs. Each buttle ie guarau'eed to
do all that is claimed or money w ill be
refut ded. Trial bottles free at Slocura
Johnstou Drug Co.'s. Large bottles 5uo
I' ire at Alba.
From the Eniile.
The drug store and postollice at Alba,
Umatilla county, owned by Win. Folsom,
were reduced to ashes last .Monday Light
about 0;;10 o'clock.
Mr. Folsom had only a few miuutes i
before the fire was discovered closed up
his store, and bad uo more thau reached j
his residence, w hen the U.iiues were seen i
belching forth from the roof, having, in j
an instant, the w hole building safelv in !
its clutches. At Ihe headway tho fire
had gained, to save the building, stock
or even the mail was impossible.
The origin of the fire is not exactly
known, but is supposed to have been
from a defective flue.
Dr. Clements cures all rectal diseases.
Dr. Clements cures cancer without the
use of the knife.
Ur Plvnwntii unriu iiitea uoHmnh the
ii.o of tbu L-oOo imnhiKi ,lr nl,l.
u.. . i
. ' , , 1 V . t
Othee at Ayers' drug store, Heppner,
GOOSEBERRY & ViBlTOR.
Ed. Gazetib The people of Goose
berry met at the school house Saturday
eve, March 5th, to have a good time, and
they had it.
Some time ago tho young people made
two importaut disooveries. Discovery
No. 1 was that several of them had musi
cal talent. DiBOovery No. 2 was that in
the person of Jlr. August Charleston, a
neighbor and brother farmer, they had
one of the most thorough, competent
musical instructors in the state.
Under the able tuition of Mr. Charles
ton the class made wonderful progress,
and at the close of the first term, gave a
free ooncert in honor of their most re
We can not give the programme in
full, but will say that the musioreudered
was first class and reflects great credit on
their tutor and argues millions for the
native ability of the young people about
The programme was a long one. The
musical part was interspersed with reci
tationsdramatic, pathetic, sentimental,
comical and grave. Dialogues and char
acter sketches did their share toward
making the evening one ot unalloyed
The recitations by Misses Akers,
Brian, Graham and Anderson were well
rendered and thoroughly appreciated by
tho large couoourse of people present.
The effort of Master Akers was just
sublime. I am here to say that in the
past twenty years I have attended simi
lar entertainments in nearly that many
states and I have never seen one who.
for his years, could equal him. The
Gazette man, through the assistance ot a
wild Irishman from Hardman, was bound
to toot his horn, even if he didn't sell a
The Gazette has many friends in this
locality. Ninety-three per cent of the
people of Gooseberry have subscribed
for it, and they all read if
Mr. Leonard Akera told us "How Ruby
Played" in manner inimitable.
The sketches by Akers Bros, were
The song by Prof. Charleston, assisted
by W. P. and Louis Snyder, was received
with rounds of applause.
The entertainment closed with a song
by the choir entitled "Goodnight." Eaob
one went his way feeling, if not express
ing, the 'vords of the immortal bard:
"Goodnight, goodnight; parting is such sweet
That X would stiy goodnight till it be morrow."
Gooseberry, Or, Mar. 8, '92. Pat.
The musical efforts of Wisdom's Iiob
ertine aB a beautifier and preserver of the
complexion have been attested bv thous
ands of leading ladies of society and the
stage. It is the only article ever dis
covered which gives a natural and beau
tiful tint to the complexion, removing
tan, sunburn, reokles and all roughness
of the face and arms, leaving the skm
otift, smooth and velvety. All remarks
on its delightfully cooling and refresh
ing pioperties. a distinction uot found in
any other similar article known,
Cor. llendricl.s Co. (Ind.) Gazette.
The Washington township boys who
have entered journalism as a profusion
ncem to be working their way to the top.
J. I'. Horuaday is a valued member of
the Indi auapolis News reportorial staff
aud Iudiauapolis correspondent of proin
iueut New York aud Chicago papers.
Will D., a younger b-other, is city editor
of the San Antonio (TexaB) Herald and
correspondent of leading New York
papers. The three Patterson brothers,
Otis, Onti aud Alvab, own two papers
in Oregon, and are rapidly accumulating
fame and filthy lucre. Will S. Guthrie
is another of our young men who ia mak
ing a brilliant start in newspaper work.
He began as city editor of a Lebanon
paper mid after a short experience in
that position, resigned to engage in the
"w lite up" business. Ho wrote up the
business interests of the city of Craw
fordsville, which was published in a
special edition of the Crawfordsville
Journal ot February 20th. This write
up is uu artistic job and reflects great
credit upon Will. He spent six weeks
in the work and it netted him the hand
some sum of S250. Will is now trying
to make arrangements to w rite up An
derson. Freo. Weoms' Life of Washington.
Written by the Hev. Mason Locke
Weems, historian of the Revolution, and
Washington's pastor at Pohick church.
It contains the original "hatchet story."
More than forty editions sold during the
first fifty years.' Every father iu America
should have his sou read this the first
Lite of Washington. Upon receipt of
one dollar we will send for oue year, the
new monthly witty paper, "Tansill's
1'nnoh" and "Weems' Life of Washing
ton" free. Sample copies of paper will
be scut free upon application by address
ing at once, 'Tansiii.'b Punch,"
40 Lake St., Chicago.
The Douglas Literary Sooiety gave an
entertainment iu two weeks' notice
which was pronounced a great auoeess.
Those who took au aotive part were D
C. Ely, Mr. Wilmot. II . J. Huntington,
the Misses Ely, Neil Ganger, Malcolm
Foster, George D Ely, the Misses Wil
mot, Halt Ely, George N. Ely, Fred
Davis, Miss Winters, Miss Bedford, Boyd
Logan, Arthur Marvel, CarlTroedson and
Mr. and Mrs. Holloway,
Among those who deserve speoial no
tice, though all did well, were D. C. Ely,
II. J. Huntington, the Misses Ely, aud
Miss Winters, Malcolm Foster, Will
Ganger, Boyd Logan, Arthur M irvel and
George D. Ely, the boxer.
In the popular play, "Too Many
Lovers," it was impossible for the audi
ence to tell whether H. J. Huutington
and Miss Mollie F.ly were acting in fun
or iu dead earnest, so natural was the
oourting. 1). C. Ely took the oaue lor
it fearing a ghost. e-pankaiioodle.
liy order ot the Tronpe.
Allinnoe Herald: F. H. cinow. a prom
iueut Alliance man of Lexington, Mor
row countv, paid this office a pleasant
: null Monday. Mr. StlOW lufortnS the
I Herald that the third carty feeling has i
v ...n.naa.iar. in hit Bet-lion, and A
, . J i,r u,l,..l for that
large vote may be looked tor in mat
looauty next June, lur reiortu.
C. 8. Land Omen. La Grande, Or.. Feb. 2, 1S1K.
COMPLAINT HAV ING BEEN ENTERED AT
this Office bvjuhn Kenny Against Uyron
Sarver for failure to comply " itli law as to
Timber-Culture Entry No. Jl7 duted April 24,
lsss. upon the t1 ot b 01 oc unu
SE'i of SWVi Section lownship, 3 a, Hange
S E. M., in Morrow County. Oregon, with a
view to the cancellation of said entry; contest
ant alleging that said Hyron carver did not the
nrst Or Set'OliU year, plow or lenee mi) ui win
tract, ami lias not at any lime plowed, fenced,
cultivated or planted any of said tract or caused
lttooeaone; tne saiu jiarue. mc ncicuj
nioued to appear at the office of J. W. Morrow,
at Heppner. Oregon, on the '-list day of March,
1SII2, at a o'clock, P. M., to respond and furnish
testimony concerning Bald alleged failure. To
be nsea at tne unai uearing ai uhb uiih-c, .w
11, 1K'J2. It is further ordered that tins notice lie
served bv publication in the Heppner Gazette
for six consecutive weeks and by poBting upon
the laud as In U. S. laml cases.
til-72. A, C. McClklland, Receiver.
NOTICE OF INTENTION.
Land Office at La Grande, Or., Feb. 12. 1S02.
Notice is hereby given that the following-nam
ed settler has lilt'il notice of his Intention to
make linal proot m support oi ins ciaim.anu
that said proof will be made before County
Clerk of Morrow Co.. Oregon, at Heppner Ore
gon, on March '28, W2, viz:
D S. No. 101T3, for the W4 SU'1.4 and SWJ- N
W'i sec 24, Tp I S K 27 E W M.
He names the following witnesses to prove hiB
continuous residence upon and cultivation of,
Baid land, viz:
Thomas Crow, Fran Phtpps and Homer Reese,
of Lena. Or., and Victor Gro-shans, of Heppner,
Or. A. Cleavkk,
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
i animal meeting of the .Morrow County
Land o: Trust Company will be held at the of
fice of the company in Heppner, Oregon, on
Saturday, March 12, ls'.rj, at 7 p. in., for the pur
pose of elecllng ollicers for the ensuing year,
and transaction of such other business as may
come before the meeting. T. E. Fell, .
NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS.
-M-rvnriE tshf.rfuvgiventhat ameet-
XN log of the stockholders of The Palace Hotel
Co. will be held in tae omee ot tne first nation
al Bank, on Saturday, March 12, ls'J2, at 1 o'clock,
n. in. the o nect 01 the meeting Is to adopt by
laws and attend to such other business as may
be brought before the meeting at this time.
J. W. .Mokrow,
1T7E. THE UNDERSIGNED, HAVE FORM
V ed a co-partnership under tho firm name
of J. A. VVoolcry it Co., for the purpose ot carry
ing on general merchandising at Hardman and
lone, Morrow Co., Oregon. All accounts due
J. A. Woolery on the old books are payable to
him, but will be received bv the newlirmand
properly receipted lor. tnose owing are re
quested to settle up immcuiaieiy.
J. A. Woolery
E. S. Cox,
04-70. S. W. Adams,
By using 8. B. Headache and Liv
er Cure and 8. B. Cough Cure as
directed for colds. Thev were
used two years ago during the La
Grip epidemic, and very nattering
testimonials of their power over
that disease are at hand.
a?U 75 & 50 Sts. pur SSottfe,
For sale by Slocum-Johnston Drug Co., Heppner
laiionai lit of Hspunei.
WM. PENLAND, ED.
TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS
Made on Favorable Terms.
EXCHANGE BOUGHT & SOLD.
HEPPNER. tf OREGON.
, m Fura wanted, I
will pnv the highest
XV market prict1
for anything in this line.
tiivc me a call before selling elsewhere, aa I
know I can do better by you than any other Arm
W. W. SMEAD.
Office at Sargont & Driskell's Feed yard.
Garden Seeds !
Have boon used all oyer the Pacific North
west for the past IS years. None better. Few
Garden, Flower and
Pure! Acclimsted! Catalogue tree,
OEO. ST A II RETT,
Walla Walla. Wash.
Keep constantly on hand Froeh and Salt Meats,
k'ish and Poultry. Hitd'CHt .'ash Price
paid for all kindB of Fat Stock.
HEPPNER. - OREGON.
S. P. FLORENCE,
Cattle hrandetland earmarked as shown above.
Humw K on fiiiht shoulder.
i Mr cattle range in Morrow and Umatilla coun-
; i w,u psj-fioc.ai for the arrest and con-
j vicuoa ol aaj person stNliBg my stock.
A Pro tuition.
If yon will pay yonr snbsoription to
the Gazette in full and one year in ad
vance, we will send ou the following
books at prices stated herewith: "Six
Great Books for Rural Homes." 25 oents;
"Famous Fiction by the World's Great
est Authors," ten volumes, 50 cents;
Cooper's "Leatherstocking Tales," 20
43-tf. The Patterson Pdb. Co.
At Abrabamsick's. In addition to his
tailoring business, be has added a fine
line of underwear of all kinds, negligee
irts, hosiery, etc. Also has on band
some elegant patterns for suits. A.
Abrahamsiok. May street, Heppner, Ur
HMI W lT! A COMPLETE ASSORT
IAL Uli;UMW. nient at the Gazette office.
Whilo you koep your subscription paid up yen
can keep your brand in free of charge.
Allvn. T. J . lone. Or. Horses GO on left
phoulder; CHttJe "Brae on left hip, under bit on
riKht ear, aiiti upper oit on the leu; range. Mor
ArmBtronc.J. t. Alpine. Or. T with bar nn-
der it on left shoulder of horses; cattle same
on left nip.
Allison. O. D.. Eicht Mile. Or. Cattle brand.
O D on left hip and horses same brand on right
enouiuer. itaiiKe, mmn mile.
Adkins. T 0. DawiHe. Or- Straieht mark across
the thigh and two crops and a slit in the right ear;
horses, j, upsiae nown on the right shoulder.
Knnire in Grant county and Boar vallev. PO
address also at Hardman.
AdkinB. J. J., HeDpner. Or. Horses. JA con
nected on lei t Hank; cattle, same on left hip.
Avers, Johnny. Lena. Or. Horses branded
triangle on lett hip; cattle Bame on right hip;
also crop off right ear and upper bit on same.
Blyth. Percy H.. HeoDner. nr. Horses. Roman
cross ou right shoulder. Range in Morrow
Bleakman. Geo.. Hardman. Or. Horses, a Ahe
onleft shoulder: cattle, same on right shoulder.
hannister. J. W.. Hardman. Or. tattle brand
ed B on left hip and thigh; split in each ear.
liurKe, si bt i;, L(tng reea, ur-un cattle,
MAY connected on left nip. ciod off left ear. un
der half crop off right. Horses, same brand on
letft shoulder. Range iu Grant and Morrow
Bowsman, A., Mount Vernon and Burns, Or.
Cattle, A B on right hip, two crops in each ear;
same on horses, on right Buouiuer. itange in
Grant and Harney counties.
Hrosman, Jerry. Lena, Or. Horses branded 7
on right shouldor; cattle B on the left side.
Left ear half crop and right ear upper slope.
Barton, Wm., Heppner, Or. -Horses, J B on
Hght thigh, cattle, same on right hip; split in
Brown, Isa, Lexington, Or. Horses IB on the
right stifle; cattle same on right hip; range, Mor
Brown, J. P., Heppner. Or. -Horses and cattle
branded 8 with ox-yoke above on teft shoulder,
Brown, J. C, Heppner, Or. Horses, circle
C with dot m oi: tor on lott hip; cattle, same,
Boyer, W. G Heppner, Or. Horses, box
brand on r:ght hip cattle, same, with split in
liorg, P. O., Heppner, Or. Horses, P B on left
shoulder; cattle, same on left hip,
Bruwnlee, W. J., Fox.Or ( 'attle, JB connected
on left side; croi on left ear and two eolitsand
mniuie piece cut out on right ear; on horses same
brana on the iett thigh; itange in rux vaiiey,
Cain.u., ( aieb.or. i u on norseH onieic snne:
U with auarter circle over it. on left shoulder.
and on left Btitie on all colta under S years; on
left shoulder only on all horses over 5 years. All
ranee m urant countv.
Clark, Wm. U., Lena, Or. Horses WHO con
nected, on left shoulder: cattle Bame on right
hip. Range Morrow and Umatilla counties,
Cate, Chas. lt Vinson or Lena, Or. HorBeB
H C on right shoulder; cattle same on right hip.
Range Morrow and Umatilla counties.
Cochran, ('has.. lone. Or. Horses. HP con
nected on left shoulder; cattle, 0 on both left
hip and stine. itange m Morrow county.
Cannon, T. B..Long Creek, Or.--T on cattle on
riirht side, croo off riuht ear and slit in left ear.
Our horses same brand on left shoulder. Range
m Grant countv.
Cecil, Wm., Douglas, Or.; horses JC on left
Bhouldur; ca'tle same on left hip, waddles on
each jaw ana two bits in the right ear.
Curl, T. K., John Day, Or. Double cross on
each tiiD on cattle, swallow fork and under bit
in right ear, split in left ear. Range in Grant
county. On sheep, inverted A aQd spear pomt
ou Bhoulder. liar markoJ ewes, crop ou lell ear.
ouiiched uuoer bit in riirht. Wethers, crob in
right and under half crop iu left ear. All range
in Grant county.
Crosby, A. A., Heppner, Or. Cattle branded"!
(or H L coi nected) on the right shoulder.
Chittenden, R., Prairie City, Or. Pick, handle
down on cattle nht hip and spat m nght eai
horses, same brand on right shoulder. Range in
Cook. A. J.Xena.Or. Horses. 90on richtshonl
der. ('attle, same on right hip: ear mark square
uinp uil miL niiu npiii in t iKUL.
Currin. K. Y., Currinsville, Or, -HorBes, oo on
Cochran, J" IT Monument, Or Horses branded
T 1 k A on left shoulder, ("attle, same on right
hip. swallow tort in riKht ear ana crop oit eft,
Cox & English, Hardman, Or. Cattle, C with
in center: horBes. CE on left nip.
Cupper, H. A., Monument, Or, Horses H
on k ft shoulder, cattle HC on left side, Bwal
low loric on rignt ear.
Cochran. R. E.. Monument. Grant Co. Or.
Horses branded circle with bar beneath, on left
shoulder: cattle same brand on both hips, mark
under slope both ears and dewlap.
Chapin, H., Hardman, Or. Horses branded
zZ on ntrlit hio. 1 attle brauued the same.
Cross, 8 L, Dayville, Or (battle branded -f two
nrrms and a sulit in left ear: on horses n
reversed 7, on left stifle. Also have the following
brands on cattle: 71! on left hip, 7 on right hip,
72 on left shoulder, two parallel bars on left
shoulder, tar martcs, two crops.
Ooonan. Vvm., Heppner, Or. Horses branded
OO with bar over them, on left shoulder; cat
tle same ou left hip.
Douelass. W. M . Galloway. Or. Cattle. R 1 on
right side, swa low-fork in each ear; horses, K D
on iett hip.
Douglas, O. T., Douglas, Or Horses TD on
the tiKht Btine; cattle same on right hip.
Duncan, W. P., John Day,Or. Quarter circle
V on right shoulder, both ou horses and cattle,
Ranire Grant county.
Driskeil, W. E Heppner, Or HorseB branded
K inside of O on left shoulder, (attle same on
left Bide of neck.
klv. J. B. it Hons. Dousrlas. Or.-Horses brand.
ed ELY on left shoulder, cattle same on left
hip. hole in right ear.
right shoulder; cattle, on right hip. Kinge in
Fleek, Jackson, Heppner, Or. Horses. 7F
connected on riifht shoulder; cattle, same on
ntdit hiD. Ear mark, hole in riifht and croD
Florence. L. A.. UcpDner, Ur. ( attle. LF on
right hip; horses F with bar under on right
lorence, o. r. Heppner, Ur Horses, F
richt shoi Idei : cattle. F on riirht hip or thinh
Gay, Henry, Heppner, Or. GAY on left
Goblo, Frank, Heppner, Or. Horses, 7 F on
left stitle: cattln. same on riBht hlD.
Gilman-French, Land and Live Stock Co., Fos
sil, Ur. Horses, anchor a on leit shoulder; vent,
same on lett stine, I attie, same on both hips
par marks. croD off rieht ear and underbit in left,
Range in Gilliam, Grant, Crook and Morrow
Gentry, Elmer, Echo, Or. Horses branded R,
8. with a quarter circle over it, on left stifle
Range in Morrow and Umatilla counties.
friltwstor. J.C.. Prairie City. Or. On horses,
OO on left shoulder and stifle; cattle, on right
Bide. Range in Grant county.
Hams, James, narnman ur. norsos shaded
2 on left shoulder; cattle same on left hip. Range
in and about Hmdroan.
Haes. (ieo., Lena, Or, Brand JH connected,
with quarter cirel over it, on left shoulder.
Hiait A. B., Ridge, Or. Cattle, round-top
with quarter circle under it on the right hip.
Range in Morrow and Umatilla counties.
Hin ton A Jenks, Hamilton. Or Cattle, two bars
on either hip; crop in right ear and split in left.
Horses, J on right thigh. Range in Grunt county.
Hughes, Samuel, Wagner, Or T FL on right
shoulder on horses; on cattle, on right hip and on
left side, swallow fork in right ear and slit in left.
Range in Haystack district, Monvw connty.
Hall. Edwin, John Day ,Or. Cattle E Hon right
hip; horses same on right shoulder- range in
Hughes, Mat, Heppner, Or. HorBes, shaded
heart on the left shoulder. Range Morrow Co.
Hunsaker, B . Wagner, Or. -Horses, y on left
Bhoulder; ca tie, 9 on left nip.
Hardisty, Albert, Nye. Oregon Horses, AH
oonnected. on left shoulder; Cattle ou the left
hip, crop off left ear,
Humphreys, J al. Hardman, Or. Horses, H on
Hiatt, Wm. E., Ridge, Or. Horses branded
bar cross ou left shoulder: cattle same on left
Hayes, J. M., Heppner. Or. Horses, wineglass
on left Bhouldei cattle, same on right hip.
Ivy, Alfred, Long Creek, Or 'attle 1 D on
right hip, crop off left ear and bit in right. Horses
same brand on left shoulder. Range n Grant
Hnston, Lather, Eight Mile, Or. Horse H on
the left shontderand heart on the left stifle Cat
tle same on left hip. Range in Morrow county.
Jenkins, D. W.,Mt. Vernon, Or. J on horseson
left shoulder; on cattle, J on left hip and two
smooth crops on both ears. Range in Fox and
Junkin, 8. M., Heppner, Or. Horses, horse
shoe J on left shoulder. Cattle, the sama.
Ranife on Eight Mile.
Johnson, eiix, Lena. Or. Horses, circle T on
left st i tie; cattle, same on right hip, under half
crop in ritfht and sulit in left ear
Kenny, Mike. Heppner, Or. Horses bmnd.xi
KNY on left hip, cattle same and crop off left
r: nndr nlop on the right
Keller, Richard, Blanton, Grant county. Or.
E K in square, cattle on left hip: horses same
on left shoulder. Range Bepr valley.
Kirtv J. T., Heppner. Or.-Horses 89 on left
shoulder; cattle, 69 on left hip.
Kirk. J C. HeoDner. Or. Hor. 17 onS ithr
flank: cattle 17 on right side.
kumber ami.W.w.. lonnt Vernon. Or. I L on
cattle on right and lnft sides, swallow fork in h ft
ear and under nop in right ear. Horses same
brand on left nhouliier. I.ange m Grant county.
Keeney, Eli, Hi-rpner, Or. Horses J L and
ace of clubs ou left stifle. Range in Umatilla
and Morrow counties.
Lestey.M C, Monumout, Or A trianglrtrjjwith
all lines exteudiug pn t tody of figure on hor
ses ou left shoulder, ou cattle diamond on left
Bhoulder, split iu righ a.-a .-Uni t it in loft oar.
Range in Grant county and to parts of John Day,
Laurence, R. L.,Pnirie City, Or. -Cattle, Z on
right hip; horses, same on right shoulder. Range
in Grant county.
Leahey, J W. Heppner Or. Horses branded L
N on left shoulder; cat! le fame on left hip; wat
tie over right ey , three sliis in right ear.
Loften, Stephen, lox, Or. fs L on left hip
on cattle, crop and Bplit on right ear. Horses
same brand on left shoulder. Range Grant
Lieuallen, John W., L"- Or.-Horses
branded half-cucle JL connected on left shoul
der. Cattle, saint on left hip. Range, near Lex
ington. Lord. George. Heppner. Or.-Horses branded
double H uoi.necu Nometunes called a
swing H, on left shoulder.
Maxwell, M.S., Gooseberry. Or. Horses brand
ed long link on left shoulder; cattle, same on
lef hip. Ear mark, under bit in ieftenr.
Minor, Oscar, Heppner, Or. Cattle, M Don
right hip; horse. M on left shoulder.
Morgan, 8. N., Heppner, Or. Horses, M )
on left should"; cattle, same on left hip.
McCumber, JaB A, Echo, Or.-Horses. M with
bar over on right shoulder.
ftiann. H. B., L.ena, Or. HorseB old mareB ZZ
on right hip; young stck, small zz on left
Morgan, Thos.. Heppner, Or. Horses, circle 1
T on left shoulder and left thigh; cattle, Z on f
right thigh. 1
Mitchell. Oscar, lone, Or. Horses, 77 on right i
hip; cattie. 77 on right sidB. h
aioviaren, jj. w., iirownsville. Or, HorseB,
Figure 5 on each shoulder, cattle, M2 on hip.
-McKern.W.J. Mount Vemon. Or XI on cattle f
on right hip, crop iu right ear, half crop in left
same brand on horses on lefthL,.. Kaue iuUraut I
McCariy, David H., Echo, Or. Horses branded g
D.l connected, on the left shoulder; cattle same 1
on hip and side. &
McGirr, Frank, Fox Valley, Or. Mule shoe j
with toe-cork on cattle on ribs and under in $
eacn ear; norses same brand on left stitle.
JYlcllaleV. (i. V.. Hamilton. I lr ( In Hnman S h
with half circle under on left shoulder;on Cattle, t
iwu. oiiuohiu uu wjp UU UH) l'l(illb Blue. V
Range m Grant County. I
Weal. Andrew, Lone Rock.Or, Horses A N cun- '
nected on left shoulder: cattle same ou both hips, i
iM3wiuuu, v. n,, rieppner, ur. iittrses W
with half circle over it ou left shoulder. ?
Wordvke. E.. 8llvrton. Or. tinrknu nirrtlaTnn
left thigh: cattie, same on left hip. t
Oliver, Joseph, Canyon City, Or. A 2 on cattle &
on left hip; on horses, same onleft thigh. Range I
m intim uouuiy. $
Oiler, Perry. Lexington. Or. P O on loft 'i
Olu. Herman. Puurm Citv fir (In nutMo n u
LP connected on left, hin: Ikii-hoh mi aft atitia
and wartle on nose. Range in Grant oounty,
i"""h vmro, miftin, iiiiiu, vr. jTioioob, quar '
ter circle shield ou left shoulder and 24 on left
hip. Cattle, fork in left ear, right cropped, 24
on left hip. Rang on Eight Mile, f
Parker & Gleason, Hardman, Or, Horses IP on f
loft shoulder. ;.
Piper. J. H.. Lexington. Or. Horses. JK onn
nected otleft shoulder; cattle, same on left hip, I
under bit in each ear.
Patberg, Henry Lexington, Or. Horses brand- ,1
edwitha RomaL crows on left shoulder; oattfe "T
oranoeu witn ivoman cross, oar at bottom, on f
Potter. Dan. Lexington Horses branded MP s
connected on left shoulder; cattle same on right I
Powell. John T.. Davvillo. Or Hothph. .1 P nnli. f
nec ed on left shoulder. Cattle OK connected ou I
lett hip, two under half crops, one on each ear,
wattle under lhroa. Range in ti rant county, f
Rickard. G. D.. Can von Citv. Dr. h' I! nn loft t
shoulder, on horses only. Rtinge Canyon creek
and Hear valley. Grant county. '
noou. Andrew, nardmau, ur. riorses, square f
croh with quarter-circle over it on left stifle.
Reningor, Cliris, Heppner, Or. HorseB, CKon
left shoulder. '
luce, Dan. Hardman. Or.: horses, three nannl
worm fence on left shoulder; ca.'tle, DAN ou
right shoulder, liange near Hardman. f
luuiio, Win, jjong l.reek, Or. Brands horses ;
It oi right shoulder. Range. Grant and Morrow I
Royse. Aaron. IleDuner. Or HnrseH. nlnin V nn .
left shoulder; cattle, same brand reversed on
right hip and crop off right ear. Kauge in Mor
Rush UroB., Heppner, Or. HorBes branded 3
on the right, shoulder; cattle, IX on the left hip
crop oft left ear and dewlap on neck, liange it ,
iuorrow aim adjoining counties.
Rust. William. Pondlnton. Or. Hai-urr U nn
left, shoulder; cattle, li on left hip, crop , off ;
riBi' cm, uuueriJii on ieii ear. oneep, li on
weathers, round crop off ngh ear. Range Uma
tilla and Morrow c mimes.
Reaney. Andrew. i,exinirtin. Or. Hnrsci
branded A R on riirht shoulder, vent nuartei :
circle over brand; cattle same on right hip.
ivange Morrow county.
lloyse, Wm. 11, Dairyville, Or Hit connected -with
quarter cirele over too on entile nn rit-ht liin
and crop off right ear and split in left. Horses
Bame brand on left shoulder. Range iu Morrow. :
brant and Gilliam counties.
Kilter, J F, Hitter, Or Three parallel ban
witn bar over on homes on left hip; on cattle, left ,
side, two smooth crops, two splits in each eat,
Range in Middle Fork of John Day. ',
Rector. J. W., Heppner, Or. HorBeB. JO ot
lef t Bhoulder. Caitle, o on right hip.
8pray, J. F., Heppner, Or. -Horses branded :
connected oi right shoulder; cuttle same on both !
Sailing. C C HeDDner. Or HfirRfln hr-Hndftrl R 1
on left shoulder; cattle same on left hip.
os-iuner, u u, miter, ur Horses, two-bar S or i
left stifle. Plain 8, two bars on left side, a crnn ?
and three splits in right ear, swallow fork and i
uuueruit m ieit, cattie. on eattlo larger than on
horses. Range m Grant county. ft
8waggari, H. F., Lexington, Or, Horses 2 I
with dash under it on left, stifle, cattle II with
dasli uiuier it on right hip, crop oft right ear and k
waddled on right hmd leg. Range iu Morrow, s
Gilhamand Umatilla counties.
Bwaggart, A. L.( EUu. Or. HorBes brande-1 2 "
on lelt shoulder; cettlesaine on left hip. Crop
on ear, wattle on left hind leg. I
Straight W. E., Heppner, Or. Horses Bhaded I
J 8 ou let. stifle; cattle J 8 on left hip, swallow '
fork in rigln ear, underbit in left.
Bwaggart , L, Alpine, Ur. Horses, 8 8 on right i-f
bapp, ThoB., Heppner, Or. Horses, 8 A P on
left hip; cattit same on left hip.
Smith, E, F, Pilot Rock, Or. Cattle, horse- 9
shoe on loft side, crop close in left ear. HorBes, i
4 on leit thigh Range in UmatiUaand Grant 5
Shirtz. James, Long Creek, Or.-Horses. 3 on ?
left stifle and over 2 on left shoulder. i
bhrier.Juhn, Fox, Or. NO connected on
horseson right hip; cattie, same on right hip, V
crop oft right ear and under bit in left ear. Range f
in Grant connty. $
Smith Bros., John Day, Or H Z ou cattle on i
le t shoulder. f
Stephens, V. A., Hardman, Or-; horses 8Son I
right stifle; cattle horizontal L on the eight side
tttevenson, Mrs A. J., Heppner, Ur.-Uattle. 8 4
on right hi i ; Bwallow-fork m left ear.
Swaggart. Q. W., Heppner, Or.-Horses, 44 on f
left snouidei ; cattle, 44 on left hip
8tewurt, Geo., Hardman, Or. Horses circle F
or. left shoulder. (:
8Ume, Ira. Bivkleton, Wash.-Horses, keystone "
on left shoulder.
Smith, E. E. Lone Rock, Or. Horses branded
a crossed seven on lef t shoulder; catUe same on $
left side. Range, Gilham county. !
Buerry, E. G.. Heppner, Or. Cattle W C on
left hip, crop off nglit and underbit ia left year,
dewlap; hores W U on left shoulder.
Ihompson, J. A., Heppner, Or.-Horees, Z on
left ehoolo, r; cattle, 2 on left shoulder
Tippets. B. T., Lena, Or. Horses. U- on left
Tumor R. W., Heppner, Or. -Small capital f
leit shoulder, horses; cattle same on left hio
with split in botti BHrs. "
Thornton, H. M.. lone, Or.-Horaw branded f
HI connected on left stiHe; sheep same brand. :
lureman. John. PrairiH ("iru i lr 1 1 i
10 ou left stiHe; on cattle. O witn bar under on I
left hip. liange m (irant county. I;
Viuiderpool, H. T.. Lena, Or;-Horsee HV eon. !
nected on right sttoulder;cattle, 6ame oa right t
Wilson, John Q,, Salem or Heppner, Or. i
Horses branded Ji ou the left shoulder, ltauge
Warren, yy B. Caleb, Or-Cattle, W with quarter ?
circle over it, ou left side, split in right ear. I
Horses same bra.id on left shoulder, liatigein f
Wood, i b, Dayville, Or-Heart on horses on '.'
leftstihe; on cattle, 2 on left side and under bit 1
in left ear. Kauge in Grant couuty.
Wright. Silas A. Heppner, Or. Cattle branded f
a vy on the right hip. square crop ott right oar
and split in left.
Wallace. Francis, Mount Vernon.Or-Square on
cattle on the left hip. upper slope iu ihe left
ear and under slope in right ear. Same brand
ou horse on right shoulder. Itange in Harnej
and tyrant countv. ';
Webster, J. I,. Heppner. Or.-Horses branded
w-th bar over J on right shoulder; cattle same
on right hip, crop off left ear and split in eacn.
Range, Morrow county.
Wade, Henry, Heppner. Or.-Horsns btandod t
ace of spado, on leit shoulder and left hip. f
Cattle branded same on left side and left hip. t
Wells. A. S., Heppuer, Or. Horses, o". onleft .'
shoulder; catt e same. g
Wolhuger. John, John Day ',,Or-On horse.
three parallel bars on left slxTder; 7 on sheep, S
bit in both ears, liange in i? it and Malhner -counties.
Wyland, J H, Hardman, Or. Circle C on left
Woodward, John, Heppner, Or. Horses, CP '
connected on left shoulder.
Watkins, Lishe. Heppner, Or. Horses branded
UK connecteo on left stitle.
Wallace, Charles, Portland, Or. Cattle, W on
right thigh, hoi, iu left ear; horses, W on right
shoukler, sum. Bame on left shoulder.
Whittier Bros., Drewsy, Harney eounty, Or. -Horses
branded W B. coTincted on left shoulder
Williams, Vasco, Hamilton. Or. Quarter cir
cle over three bars op left hip, both cattle and
horses. Range Grant county.
Williams. J O. Lmg Creek. Or Horses, quar
ter circle over three bars on left hip; cattle sama
aud slit in each ear. liange in lirajit connty.
Wren. A. A., i.eppner. Or. Cattle, running ii
with bar aero on right hi p.
Vonnit. J. S., Gooseberry, Or. Horses branded
T 8 on the right shoulder.