Heppner gazette. (Heppner, Morrow County, Or.) 1892-1912, March 22, 1892, Image 4

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' QUEEN ANTI-ODOR" (powdered form) applied to the parts allays excessive perplrtlon,
and periivinently cures offensive feet, armpit's, etc. A most delightful and harmless remedy. Price 60e.
Our ' ONDOLINE" (liquid, pure and harm lew), when applied to the skin restores and beautifies
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in other central-draught lamps.
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Parasltle Fungus Growth, and Reme
dies Recommended Some Washes and
Sprays How to Compound and Apply
Another source of loss to the grower
Cf apples, pears and quinces is the paro
titic fungi which grow on the leaves,
fruit and twigs, destroying their func
tions. The leaves are the lungs and
stomach of the tree where all growth
or nutriment is prepared. Without
good leaves there can be either good
trees nor fruit. And fruit all scabbed
and discolored is of little value. Exper
imentation has disclo ed specific poisons
or preventives for all of these scabs, mil
dews, rusts, etc., on foliage and fruits.
There are poisons which either kill these
spores (seeds) or prevent their germina
tion and these may be added to either
the Paris green or London purple solu
tions and thea used as a spray. What
is still better, these rnst, scab and mil
dew poisons make it much safer to use
the arsenical poisons. A resin soap or
flour paste may be added to cause the
mixed solution to stick to the foliage
much longer. I first recommended this
treatment in The American Garden five
years ago and was laughed at by all the
wise people, Now it has the , indorse
ment of nearly every experiment station
in the country. In this way we destroy
the codling moth and all other insects
that feed by gnawing on foliage and
fruit. It prevents all scabs, rusts, moth
patches, mildewB and spots on foliage,
twigs and fruit. It poisons all caterpil
lars and parasitic life. It keeps trees in
the same perfection they were in pioneer
days before any of these pests had
reached this Coast. The apple grown in
this way will bring as much or more per
tree and per acre as the orange and the
work and care is considerably less.
For the prevention of scabs, rusts, etc. ,
first spray with the lime, sulphur and
salt compound, or if you do not wish to
prepare it use the IXL wash, which is
claimed to be the same thing. It is pre
pared as follows; Unslacked lime, 40
pounds; flour of sulphur, 20 do; stock
salt, 15 do; water, 60 gallons. Put 10
pounds of the lime and sulphur in a
boiler, add 20 gallons of water and boil
for 90 minutes or longer until the lime
and sulphur are completely dissolved,
when the liquor will be a clear amber
color. Next place in a cask the remain
ing thirty pounds of lime and pour over
it sufficient boiling water to slake it and
while boiling add the 15 pounds of salt.
When it is dissolved add to the solution
in the boiler enough water to make the
whole 60 gallons.
Spray every part of the trae. This ia
for a winter spray only. It cleanses the
tree from rough bark scales, insect eggs,
mosses and lichens, scale bugs and the
spores of summer diseases. It should be
applied before the buds open. It is poi
sonous to flowers and foliage. It should
be used fresh. It is an unstable com
pound, constantly undergoing chemical
changes. It may be one thing one week
and a very different one the next.
For a spring and summer spray to poi
son the larva of the codling moth, cater
pillars, beetles, etc. , that feed on the
leaves and to prevent the brown or
black apple scab on the leaves, cracking
of the fruit and all rusts, scabs, spots,
etc., make the following solution: To
1U0 gallons of water add one pound of
best Paris green, London purple or rinely
powdered white arsenic. The two first
are commonly used simply because they
have color. They cost about four times
as much as the arsenic.
Then dissolve 18 pounds of copper sul
phate (blue .vitriol or blue stone) by boil
ing in four or more gallans of water.
Slack 16 pounds of the best quick lime
with sufficient water to cover it. Then
mix the two slowly, stirring constantly
while hot. Then mix this solution with
the 200 gallons of water and poison. In
practice the lime and bluestone com
pound may be made first, then adding
water enough with the poison to make
200 gallons. This is the one great sum
mer spray for all fruit trees. It is best
not to spray any trees after the first of
August nor any early fruits later than
three or four weeks before ripening.
For spraying the peach for leaf curl,
the apricot for shot pole fungus and
cracking, and roses and gooseberr.es for
rusts, spots, etc., the poison may be left
oat. It protects the trees from about all
their enemies, except such insects as
take their food by piercing with their
beaks and suckers, such as leaf and
twig lice, vino bugs, scale bugs, wooly
aphis, etc. ' The office of the lime is to
prevent the poisons and bine stone from
injuring tho foliage. There is nothing
against adding to the whole compound
one of the heavy resin and whale oil
soap washes.
Here is another good spray: Twenty
pounds of (OS per cent.) caustic soda, 20
pounds of potash, 80 pounds of tallow
and 80 pounds of resin. First dissolve
the soda and potash in 20 gallons of boil
ing water. Heat the resin and tallow
together. When liquid add to the pot
ash and soda, Btirring thoroughly 10
miuutes. While stirring add water, the
copper Bulphate solution and the poison
until the whole makes 200 gallons, or
proportionately for any quantity wanted.
This is a solution that with due care
will not injure the tree and will free
them from nearly all pests except borers,
wooly aphis and sour sap, and it will
make life rather unpleasant for them.
1). B. Wiek.
To Fr.veut Rabbits Injuring Fruit Trees.
G. A. Hanson of Chino valley is effect
ually preventing the destruction of his
fruit trees by rabbits by the application
of a wash composed of aloes aud the ex
tract of ttie leaves of the eucalyptus aud
the pepper tree. The leaves, about a
two quart measure full, are grated with
an ordinary grater; to this add one
pound of aloes, and then pour two
quarts of boiling water over the mix
ture. Apply with a brush to the base
of the tree. Fruit Grower.
Th. Mistletoe.
The mistletoe is a parasitic bush, root
ing in the woody tissues of various spe
cies of trees on which th flourish, and
are very common in the Coast coiylties
Our most plentiful species is PhariKlen
dron flavesoeus. It blooms in July with
a greenish-white, very fragrant bloom.
Other species may lie found in bloom
nearly every day in the year. The ber
ries are greenish-white translucent, with
two seeds covered with an exceeding
sticky jelly-like bird lime. This jelly
sticks the seeds to the feet of birds and
.quirrels, aud thus are carried from tree
to tree and planted on new branches.
There is much folk lore about the lnis
letoe. The oak on which one grew wu
regarded as a most sacred tree Dy toe
ancient Druids of England, and to this
day it ia held in great reverence in many
parts by the masses. The plants com
mand a big price for Christmas decora
tion. Th San Jose Scale Bn,
This pernicious bug seems to have
reached its Waterloo in the older settled
portions of California. In neighborhoods
where they covered the trees in millions
last winter, thi3 winter it is hard to find
a live one. A large percentage of them
were eaten up by the lady bugs in autuin.
This can be determined by seeing thous
ands of the red spots they make on the
twigs now carrying no scale. Nearly
every last one of the remainder have
been destroyed by an internal parasite,
as can be determined by crushing the
scale with the point of a knife. If no
juice oozes out the scale is dead. There
tore where such facts are determined no
winter spraying should be done. Even
if examination showeu only one scale in
a hundred parasitised, no spraying
should be done, for if you spray you will
surely kill all the parasites. If the para
sites are not lilled they will surely
make way with the scale more thor
oughly than can any spray.
FOUL fcuo-
Illustrated Directions for Finding Out If
the Combs Htive Had It.
To be able to recognize promptly the
combs that have once had the disease
known as foul brood is an important mat
ter indeed to the apiarian. To assist in
this decision we here give a reprint of a
sketch sent by a Michigan beekeeper to
G.'eanings in Bee Culture, with this let
ter: "I send you a rough pencil sketch, giv
ing something of my ideas of how it
should appear. I also send you a piece of
comb containing the diseased and dried
up larvae. To see the dead larva? to the
best advantage stand with your face to
ward the point of tho compass where the
sun is and hold the comb down in front of
you, with what was the lower edge away
from you, so that the sun lights up the
upper side, and so that your sight strikes
across it at an angle of 30 or 40 degs.
This will make the presence of the dis
ease very evident."
Following are comments made edito
rially on the foregoing letter by Mr.
In a former article Mr. Taylor said
"The dead brood is entirely dried np
mere scales, almost the color of the comb
itself, lying fast to the lower sides of
the cell and drawn back more or less
from the opening." In the sample of
comb sent there seemed to be a sort of
residue a little darker in color than the
comb itself, lying fast to the lower sides,
as explained. It is, perhaps, exagger
ated a little bit in the engraving, but the
purpose is to show about how it lies on
the bottom sides of the cells, or what
are the bottom sides when in the hive.
It seems these scales are nothing tint
maturated masses of foul brood dried
up, and which the bees are loath to clean
Our Horticultural Editor Gives His Ob
servations. The pollination of the flowers of one
fruit tree by ths pollen of another grow
ing near by will sometimes change the
appearance and quality of the fruit re
suiting from such cross pollinated flow
ers the same season, though as a rule
inch cross pollination only shows in the
seedlings grown from the resulting seed.
I have seen hundreds of instances where
plainly to be seen changes showed posi
tive proof in the resulting fruit. Nearly
every farmer knows that if he plants
I'ttle blue popcorn among his field corn
that he will find blue grains on the ears
of the field corn, often rods away. It is
rare to find mixed grains in the ears
growing on the popcorn stalks. This
shows the pre-potency of the popcorn
variety. But if sweet corn is planted
among the field corn, and especially of
the late blooming Stowell's Evergreen
variety, both kinds will be completely
mixed up. In such experiments it is of
course necessary that the two varieties
should be in bloom at the same time.
The same phenomena may be seen in
beans, peas, pumpkins and many other
Cross pollination in apples changing
the fruit the first season is not rare. In
the northern wild plum species of this
continent such is the rule and not the
exception. A variety of these plums
when pollinated by a certain variety (for
as a rule they are not fertile with their
own pollen or in other words must have
pollen from another variety to produce
fruit) may be quite small aud worthless.
But when pollinated by some other va
viety or species of the same genus will
produce very large and fine fruit.
Some varieties and species of citrus
fruits are greatly changed by cross pol
lination. Oranges often show changes
from this cause, generally to their im
provement. The celebrated Washing
ton Navel often gives the qualifying
navel mark to the fruits on seedling
trees fruiting near them and better their
quality. Yet it is said the Washington
Navel matures no good pollen. The
United States pomologist, Professor
Van Demen, has so placed himself on
record. In this he certainly must be
mistaken. My studies of the flowers of
this variety (which have not been as full
as I would have liked) shows that it has
a moat wonderful manner of blooming.
In fact its blooming may be called mo
noecious or nearly so. First it blooms
regularly with abortive pistils and then
some time affer blooms again in the
same receptacle or the same flower with
inconspicuous flowers, giving anthers
with a certain amount of good pollen,
and in the second partial blooming rudi
mentary pistils, which develop a partial
fruit in the apex of the fruit forming
from the first blooming. This secondary
fruit rarely produces seeds. This is as
I have found it.
The most practical thing in this line
of cross pollination in citrus fruits that
has come up is thought is to have been
found among the lemons in Florida.
The smooth skiuned lemons like the
Early Oblong are saleable at top prices.
While those with rough, thick skins are
at a discount. Rev. Lyman Phelps, an
extensive lemon grower, has found that
where the rough and smooth skins were
growing in a mixed grove tbat all the
trees bore rough skinned fruit. He con
siders that he loses at least $1,500 each
year from the pre-potency of the pollen
of the rough over that of the smooth
skinned. These facts were pointedly
contradicted by others and particularly
by Professor Van Demnn, who said:
"No single grain of pollen has ever
ben found in the blossom of the Wash
ington Navel orange, even with the help
of the microscope. " Look again, pro
fessor, at the right time and you will
not only find single grains but married
ones with large families. There will
always be many disputed points in this
line for the reason that there are so few
ryireful observers.
Best Size for Sections. d
A subject up for discussion at the last
meeting of the North American Bee
keepers' association was the best size for
sections. Previous to the discussion a
paper by Dr. Miller, of Illinois, was rid.
In this the doctor said: "for buying at
wholesale a standard size is better.
Ease of production will lead to less cost.
If you consult tho profit of the manu
facturer, part of that will come back to
p-enernllv itonular. but in width we run
from two inches down. Grocers wish one
pound packages to resell without weigh
ing. Should be 16 inches, possibly ."
Mr. E. R. Root, of Ohio, quoted sizes
given by manufacturers. One firm
made six to eight sizes, chiefly 4 by 4
and 5 by 5': odd sections cost more.
Another firm makes largely of 4 lj by
4 seven to the foot and over one pound.
The standard seems to be 4 by 414 . aud
Vi inches thick, or 1 15-16. and less than
one pound.
A member from Albany, said: "The
thinnest section sella best early in
the season. The farmer tops his apples
and sells his cow standing on a knoll;
there is no reason why the beekeeper
should not put his honey in the most
salable shape that which shows most
for the money. Make your sections as
thin as ' you can, as small as you can,
as much less than a pound as you can.
An oblong shape is more pleasing and
looks larger than the square."
Lands That Lie Fallow.
The Massachusetts state board of agri
culture reports the abandoned farms of
that state to be 906.
The Vermont state board of agricul
ture reports the number of abandoned
farms last spring as 406, many of which
have been taken up since then. But all
the abandoned farms do not lie in the
New England states. In a report issued
by the Virginia board of agriculture it
is stated that there are in that Btate
alone 15,000.000 acres of land suitable
for farming purposes that are not tilled
and which are a burden to their owners.
According to this same report, much of
this land is for sale at low prices. Vir
ginia is not the only southern state that
affords in abandoned farms possibilities
to the would be farmers with small
capital. North Carolina and other states
as far west as Arkansas have farms that
are left to lie fallow by their owners.
In the five states of Alabama, Arkan
sas, Florida, Louisiana and Mississippi
there are nearly 12,000.000 acres of land
belonging to the United States and sub
ject to entry under the homestead law.
Elder Flower
Is not a cofimetic in the sense in which that
term is popularly used, but permaneiitly beanti
lien. It c oatee a soft, smooth, leor, vJvety
skin, and by daily use gradually tnaken the com.
piexion several bhanes whiter. It is a constant
i roiectioti from thee ffec s of sun and wind, and
prevents sunburn ana freckles and blackheads
will never come while you use it. It cleanses the
fac far better than Boap and water, nourishes
and builds up the skin tis ues and thus prevents
the formation of wrinkles. It gives the freeh
ness, clearness and smoothness of skin that you
had when a little girl. Kvery lady, young or old,
ought to use it, as it gives a moie youthful ap
pe ranee to any lady, and that permanently. It
contains no acid, powder or alkali, ana is as
harmless an dew, and as nourishing to the skin as
dew is o the flower. Price $1,00 at all drng
ists and hair dressers, or at Mrs. (iervaise Gra
iiain'e stabl shment Post Street. Ban Fran
cisco, where she treats ladies for all blemishes of
the face or figure. Ladies at a distance treated
by .utter. (Send stamps for her little book, "How
to be Hi'Rutiful."
SAMPLE HOTTLE sent free to any lady on
receipt of 10 cents in stamps to pay postage and
packing. Lody agents wanted,
Face Bleach
Cures the worst cases of freckles, Sunburn,
inlloness, Moth- ntchea. Pimples and al skin
Mfiimhes. Price $1.50. No sample cun be sent.
Lady agents wanted.
Dip hpiiiririot m this town who first orders a bill
I I1C UlUlMnf my preparation will have hie
name added to this advertisement. My prepar
ations are for sale by wholesale druggists in
Chicago aud every city west of it.
Land Office at La Grande, Or., March 3, 1802.
K6tice is hereby given that the following
named settler has riled notice of his intention to
make final proof in support of his claim, aud
that said proof will be made before the County
Clerk of Morrow county, at Heppner, Or., ou
April 10, im, viz:
Hd. No. 9 for the 8Vi NWl4 Sec 4 and SEV
N n4 and lot 1 ?ee 5, Tp 3 S, R -JS E, W. M.
He names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon and cultivation
oi, Bald laud, viz:
Nelson Jones, of Heppner, Oregon, Jerry Bros
nan, A. J. Cook, H. Tibbett, of Lena, Oregon.
ty-79. KegiBter,
Frank H. Hiiow, Commissioner U. S.
Circuit Court at LnxiDgton. Or., is
authorized to reoeive fees tor publication
of tin id proofs. 414 tf.
Marquette, Mich., Not. 7, 1889.
. Kossbiel of above j lace writes:
I have suffered great d al, ond whenever
I feel now a rervnusatiaek cornier, 1 take a
dose of Pastor Koenig t Nerve Tonic and feel
relieved. I think a great deal of it, and
would rather be without tread than without
the Tonic.
Tow wanda. Eri Co., N. T-. Febr. 1WS9.
My daughter had fit from fright since 12
Tears, sometimes 8 to 4 attacks within $4
hours without any warning; durioff these
speliS her numbs would be cramped toward
toe inside of her hands, her mouth be drawn
sideways, her neck would swed up, t nd her
face assumed a bltielsh color ; this would last
from 10 to 15 minutest after that she sUpt;
was drowsy for about S hours. We tried
many remedies without any Improvement,
but 0 bottles of Pastor Koenic't Nerve onto
cured her at last. We therefore recommend
th wmprino jilt sufferer. JOHN EiIN.
mrr VIumbl Book on Nervous
a UL L DIaoaaoasentiVeeto anrsddn sa.
ICr nd poor pxtlenu can also obtain
I 1 1 La lathi medtciue fx of charye
Thts remedy has been pr-r 'd by the Bevei.
end Pastor Koenig. off'- ' ue,Ind., since 1S76.
and U now preparer aiot bis direction by the
KOENIC MED. CO., Chicago, 111.
Sold by DruceUt at 91 per Bottle, 6 for
S3. Lam Site, 1.75. 6 Bottles for bO.
Sold In Portland. Orfon, by Unell,
HeiUau A V oodard.
Hides, Pelts
And Furs wanted. I will pay the highest
market prices for anything in this line.
Give me a call before selling elsewhere, as I
know I can do better by you than any other firm
In Heppner.
Office at Sargent & Driskell's Feed yard.
A Pro osition.
If you will pav your subscription to
the Gazette in full and one year in ad
vance, we will send ion the following
books at prices stated herewith: "Six
Great Bonks for Rural Homes." 25 cents;
'Fnmous Fiction by the World's Great
est Authors," ten volumes. 50 cents;
Cooper's "Leatheratocking Tales," 20
43-tf. The Pattkbkon Pmi. Co.
At Abrahiimsick's. Iu iidditiou to his
tHiluring business, he lias added a fine
line of nunVrwear of all kinds, negligee
shi rt.H, hosiery, etc. Also has on hand
si.rae elegant patterns for suits. A.
Abrnlmmsiok. May street. Heppner, Or
.U.ll, DbiMttO. ment at the Gazette ollice.
White you keep jour subscription paid up ycu
can keep your brand in free of charge.
Allyn. T. J . lone. Or. Horses GJ on left
shoulder; cattle -ame on left hip, under bit on
right ear, and upper bit on the left; range, Mor
row county.
Armstrong, J. (.'., Alpine, Or. T with bar un
der ti on left shoulder of horses; cattle same
on lefi hip.
Allison, O. D., Eight Mile. Or. Cattle brand,
O D on left hip and horses same brand ou right
shoulder. Range, Eight Mile.
Adkins, T it, Dayville, Or- Straight mark across
the thigh and two crops and a slit in the right ear;
horseB. x upside down on the right shoulder.
Range in Grant county aud Bear vallev. PO
address also at Hardmn.
Adkins, J. J., Heppner, Or. Horses, JA con
nected on le t flank: cattle, same on left hip.
Ayers, Johnny, Lena, Or. Horses branded
triangle on lett hip; cattle same on right hip;
also crop off right ear and upper bit on same.
Myth, Percy H., Heppner, Qr. Horses. Koman
cross on right shoulder. Range in Morrow
Hleakman, Geo., Hard man, Or, Horses, a flag
onleft Bhoulder: cattle, same ou rieht shoulder.
bannister, J. W., Hardman, Or. Cattle brand
ed ti on lett hip ana thigh; split m each ear.
l.nrkfl. M Ht C. Limit OaaLr. Or On (-at tin
MAY connected on left nip, oiopoff left ear, un
der hair crop on right, worses, same brand on
letft shoulder. Range in Grant and Morrow
Bows man. A.. Mount Vernon and Burns. Or.
Cattle, A B on right hip, two crops in each ear;
same on norses. on ngnt ehouiuer. itange in
Grant and Harney counties.
Hrosman, Jerry, Lena, Or. Horses branded 7
on right shoulder; cattle B on the left side.
Left ear half crop and right ear noper slope.
Barton, Wm., Heppner, Or. -HorseB, J B on
right thigu, cattle, same on right hip; split in
each ear.
Brown, Isa, Lexington, Or. Horses IB on the
right stifle; cattle same on right hip; range. Mor
row county.
Brown, J. P., Heppner. Or. -Horses and cattle
branded H with ox-yoke above on left shoulder.
Brown, J. C, Heppner. Or. HorBes, circle
C with dot in oh ter on left hip; cattle, Bame.
Boyer, W. G., Heppner, Or. Horses, box
oranu or r gm nip cauie, same, with spat in
each ear.
Borg, P.O., Heppner, Or. Horses, P B on left
shoulder; cattle, same on left hip.
Brownlee, W. J., Eox.Or Cattle, JB connected
on left side: eroD on left ear and two solits n.nd
middle piece cut out on right ear; on horses same
orana on uid iett tnign; Mange in f ox valley,
Grant county."
Cain.E., Caleb.Or. Y D on hones onleft stifle;
u with quarter circle over it, on left shoulder,
and on left stifle on all colts under 5 years; on
left shoulder only on ail horses over 5 years. All
range in urant countv.
Clark. Wm. 11.. .Lena. Or. Horsef. WH con
nected, on left shoulder: cattle came on right
tup. ita ge juorrow ana Umatilla countieB.
late, i has. n Vinson or Lien a. ur. Horses)
H C on nirlit shoulder: cattle same on rieht hiu. i
Range Morrow and Umatilla counties. I
Coehrtm. Chan., lone. Or. Horses. HP con
nected ou left ftlioulder; cuttle, 0 on both left
hip and stifle. Range in Morrow county.
Cannon, X. B.,Long (.'reek, Or.--Ton cattieon
right side, crop off right ear and slit in left ear.
Our horses same brand on left shoulder. Range
in Grant county.
Cecil. W m.. Doualas. Or.: horses J ; on left
shoulder; ca'tie same on left hip, waddles on
each jaw and two bits in the right ear.
Curl, T. 11., John Lay, Or. Double cross on
each hip on catt le, swallow fork and under bit
in right ear, split m lett ear. ifange in tirant
county. On sheep, inverted Aatid spear pomt
ou shoulder. Ear markup ewes, crop on left ear,
puucheu upper bit in right. Wethers, crop m
right and under half crop in left ear. All range
iu Grant coutitv.
Crosby, A .A,, Heppner, Or. Cattle branded "j-i.
(or H L coi nee ted) on the right shoulder.
Cook, A. J,,Leua,Or. Horses, tion rightshonl
dei. Cattle, same on right hip: ear mark square
crop off left aud split iu right.
Currin.R. Y., Currinsville, Or. -Horses, t on
left stifle.
Cochran. J II Monument. Or HnniM VirunHil
T I A, A on left shoulder. Cattle, same on right
uip. Hwauow iora in ngnt ear ana crop oriL ert.
Cox 4 English. Hardman, Or. Cattle, C with
in center: horses, CE on left Md.
Copper, H. A., Monument, Or. Horses H O
on hft shoulder cattle H 0 on left side, swal
low fork on right ear.
Cochran, R. E., Monument, Grant Co, Or.
Horses branded circle with bai beneath, on left
shoulder: cattle same brand on both hips, mark
under slope both ears and dewlap.
Chapin, HM Hardman, Or. HorseB branded
on right hip. 1 'at tie brauded the same.
CrosB, S L, Dayville, Or Cattle branded two
crops and a split iu left ear; on horses a
reversed 1 on left stifle. Also have the following
brands on cattle: 72 on left hip, 7 on right hip,
72 on left shoulder, two parallel bars on left
shoulder, Ear marks, two crops.
Doonan. Vm., Heppner. Or. ITorHes branded
OO with bar over them, on left shoulder; cat
tle same on left Id p.
Douglass, W. M .Galloway, Or. Cattle, R Don
right side, swk low-fork in each ear: horses, R D
on left hio.
Douglas. O. T., Douglas, Or Horses TD on
the i ight stifle; cattle same ou right hip.
Duncan, W. P., John Day, Or. (Quarter circle
VI on right shoulder, both ou horses and cattle.
Range (Irant county.
Driskell, VV. E., Heppner, Or. Horses branded
K inside of O on left shoulder. Cattle same ou
left Bide of neck.
Ely, J. B. Jc Sons, Douglas, Or. Horses brand
ed EL ou left nhoulder, cattle same on left
hip. hole in right ear.
Eiek, ltalph, Prairie City, Or Horses, R F on
right, shoulder; cattle, on right hip. Range in
Grant comity.
Fleek, Jackson, Heppner, Or. Horses, 7F
counected on right shoulder; cattle, same on
right hip. Ear mark, bote in right and crop
off left.
Florence, L. A., Heppner. Or. Cattle, LF on
right hip; horses F with bar under on right
Florence. S, P. Heppner. Or Horses, V on
right shin idei ; cattle, i on right hip or thigh.
Gay, Henry, Heppner, Or. GAK ou left
Goble, Frank, Heppner, Or. HorseB, 7 F on
left stifle; cattle, same on right hip.
Gilman-French, Land and Livestock Co.. Fos
sil, Or. Horses, anchor S on left shoulder; vent,
same on left stifle. Cattle, same on both hips;
ear marks, crop off right ear and nnderbit in left.
Range in Gilliam, Grant, Crook and Morrow
Gentry, Elmer, Echo. Or. Horses branded H.
8. with a quarter circle over it, on left stifle
Range in Morrow and Umatillacountiee.
Giltwater, J . C, Prairie City, Or. On horsee,
OO on left shoulder and stifle; cattle, on right
side. Range in Grant county.
Hams, James, Hardman Or. Horses shaded
' on let i shoulder; cattle same on left hip. Range
tu and about H Hid man.
Hajes. beo., Lena, Or, Brand JH connected,
with quarter circl" over it, on leit shoulder.
Hiatt A. B., Ridge, Or. Cattle, round-top A
with quarter circle under it on the right hip.
Rhiiae in Morrow and Umatilla counties.
Hinton A Jenks, Hamilton, Or Cattle, two bars
on either hip; crop in right ear aiid split in left.
Horsee, Jon right thigh. Range in Grant county.
Hughes, Samuel, Wagnr, Or T F L 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, Morn-w county.
Hall. Edwiu, John Day.Or. Cattle E H on right
hip; horsee same on right shoulder. I ango in
Grant county.
Hughes, Mat, Heppner. Or. Horses, shaded
heart on the left shoulder. Range Morrow Co.
HuiiBaker, B , Wagner. Or. -Horsee, V on left
shoulder; ca tie, 8 on left hii .
Hardisty, Albert, Nye. Oregon Horses, AH
connected, on left shoulder; Cattieon the left
hip, crop off left ear.
Humphrev, j il. Hardman, Or. Horses, H on
lefi Hank
Hiatt. Wm. E.. Ridtre. Or. Horsee branded
bar cross otleft shoulder: cattle same on left
Hayes, J. M., Heppner. Or. Horses, wineglass
on ten snouiaei came same on ngnt nip.
Ivy. Alfred. Lome Creek. Or Cattle I D on
right hip, crop off left ear and bit in right. Horsee
same bnmd on left shoulder, Range n Grant
Huston. Luther, Eight Mile, Or. Honm H on
the left shoolderand heart on the left stifle Cat
tle same on left hip. Range in Morrow county.
Jenkins, D. W.,Mt. Vemon.Or. J on horsee on
left shoulder; o cattle, J on left hip and two
mooih crops on both ears. Range in Fox and
i Bear valleys
Jnnkin. H. M.. Hemmar. Or. Hnraea. horse
shoe i on left shoulder. Cattle, the sami.
Range on Eight Mile.
Johnson. Felix, Lena, Or. Horses, circle T on
left stifle: cattle, same on rieht hio. under half
crop in right and suiit in left ear
Kenny, mine, neppner, ur. worses DranaHi
KNY on left hip. cattle same and crop off left
ear: under nlope on the right
Keller. Richard. Hlanton. (irant county. Or.
E K in souare. cattle on left hin: horses same
on left shoulder. Range Beer vallev.
Kirk. J. T Heppner, Or. Horses 0 on left
ahontder; cattle, r9 on left hip.
Kirk. J C. HeDoner. Or. Horses. 17 on either
flank: uattle 17 on right side.
Kumherland.W. G.. Mount Vernon. Or. I L nn
cattle ou right and left Bides, swat low fork in If ft
ear and under ciop in right ear. Morses same
brand on left shoulder. Range in Grant countv.
Keenev. Eli. HeDDner. Or.-Horses J L and
ace of olubs on left stifle. Range in Umatilla
and Morrow counties
Lee ley. M C. MonnmeUt. Or A triangle STilwith
all Hues extending pa t tody of figure on 51 hor
ses on left shoulder, ou cattle uiamond on left
shoulder, split in ngh a-a u u-.) uit iu left ear.
Range in (iraut county aud ui-aiUof Johu Day.
Leahev. J V. Henoner Or. Horses branded L
N on left shoulder: catt te -ame ou left hip; wat
tle .rver right ey . three sit s in right ear.
Loften. Stenhen. 1 m. Or.-h L on left bib
on cau I e. crop and split on right ear, Horsea
same brand on left Bhoulder. tiauge Grant
Lieuallen, John W., L- '-- Or. Horses
branded lialf-oncle JL connected on left shoul
der. Caitie. saiu ou lei hip. lUnge, near Lex
Lord, George, Heppner, Or. Horses branded
double 11 coi.necti Soinetitiies called a
swing H, on left ahoulder.
Maxwell, M . S , Gooseberry. Or. Hobos brand
ed long link on left slnulder; cattle, same un
lef hip. Ear mark, under bit in left ear.
Minor, Oscar, Heppner, Ur. Cattle, M D on
right hip; horse, ftlon lef i shoulder.
Morgan, ti. N.. Heppner, Or. HorBes, M )
on left should"! cattle, same on left hiu.
amy umiwi, o n a, xuuuu, yjr. nuiBBB, m. wnu
bar over ou right shoulder.
luant. B. B , L.ena, Or. Horses old mares Z55
on right hip; young stuck, small zz on left
Morgan, Thos., Heppner, Or. Horses, circle
T on left shouider and left thigh; cattle, L on
right thigh.
Mitchell. Oscar, lone, Or. Horsea, 11 ou right
hip; cuttle. 77 on right side. -
MeClaren, D. (., Brownsville, Or, Horses,
Figure it ou each sliotij'der, cattle, M.2 on hip
McKorn.W.J. Mount Vernon. Or XI on cattle
on right hip, crop iu right ear. half crop in left
same brand on horses on left hit . Range in Grant
McCariy, David IL, Echo, Or. HorseB branded
D VI connected, on the left shoulder; cattle same,
on hip aud side.
McGirr, Frank, Fox Valley, Or. Mule shoe
with toe-cork on cattle on ribs and under in
each ear; ho r bos same brand on left stifle.
McHaley, G. V., Hamilton, Or. On Horsee, 8
with half circle under on left shoulder; on Cattle,
four bars connected on top ou the right side.
Range in Grant County.
Neai. Andrew. Lone Rock, Or. Horses A N con
nected on left ahoulder: cattle same on both hips.
Newman, W, R., Heppner, Or. Horses N
with half circle over it on left shoulder.
Nordyke, E., Bilverton. Or. Horses, circle 7 on
left thigh; cai tie. same on left hip,
Oliver, Joseph, Canyon !ity, Or. A 2 on cattle
on left hip; on horses, same ou left thigh. Range
in Grant county.
Oiler, Perry, Lexington, Or. P O on left -shou.dei.
Olp, Herman, Pinirie City, Or. On cattle, O
LP connected ou left hip; horses ou left stifle
and wartle on nose. Range in Grant county.
Pearson, Olave, Eight Mile. Or. Horses, quar
ter circle shield ou left shoulder snd 24 on left
hip. Cattle, fork in left ear, right cropped. 24,
ou left hip. Rang? on Eight Mile.
Parker & Gleason, Hardman, Or, HorseB IP on
l'f t Blioulder.
Piper, J. H., Lexington, Or. -HorseB, JE con
nected oi left shoulder; cattle, Bame on left hip
under bit in each ear.
Patberg. Henry Lexington, Or. Horses brand
ed with a Romai crows on left shoulder; cattle.
branded with Roman cross, bar at bottom, ou
left hip.
Potter, Dan, Lexington Horses branded MP
connected ou left bhoulder; cattle same on right
Powell, JohUT., Dayville, Or HorseB, JP con.
nec edutt. left shoulder. Cattle OK couueuted on
left hip, two under half crops, oue on each ear,
wattle under throa . Range iu Urant county.
Rickard, G. D., Canyon City, Or. V ii ou left
shoulder, on horseB only. Ringe Canyon creek
and Bear valley, Grant county.
Rood, Andrew, Hardinau, Or. Horses, square)
croat with quarter-circle over it on left stifle.
Reuinger, Chris, Heppner, Or. Horses, 0 R oa
lef t shoulder .
Rice, Dan, Hardman, Or,; horseB, three panel
worm fence on left shoulder; ca'lle, DAN ou
right shoulder. Range near Hardman.
Itudio, Wm, Long Creek, Or. Brands horsee
R oi right shoulder. Ramre Gran Land Morrow
Royse, Aaron, Heppner, Or He rses, plaiu V on
left shoulder; cattle, same brand reversed on
right hip and crop off right ear. Range in Mor
row county.
Rush Bros., Heppner, Or. Horses branded X
on the right shoulder; cattle, 1 i ou the left hip
crop off left ear and dewlap ou neck. Range ic
Morrow and adjoining counties.
Rust, William, Penoletou, Or. Horses R on
left Bhoulder; cattle, R on left hip, crop off
right ear, underoit on left ear. Sheep, R on,
weathers, round crop off ngh ear. Rauge Uma
tilla and Morrow c mimes.
Reaney, Andrew. Lexington, Or. Horsee
branded A R on right shoulder, veut quartei
circle over brand; cattle same ou right hip
Range Morrow county.
Royse, Wm. 11, Dairyville, Or HR connected
with quarter circle over top on cattle on right hip
and crop off right ear and split iu left. Horsee
same brand on left shoulder. Range in Morrow.
Grant and Gilliam counties.
Hitter, J F, Bitter, Or Three parallel bars
with bar over on horses on left hip; on cattle, left
aide, two smooth crops, two splits in each eai
iiauge in Middle Fork of John Day.
Rector, J. W., Heppner, Or. Horses. JG o
lef t shoulder. Caitie, o on right hip.
Spray, J. F., Heppuer, Or. -Horses branded hi
connected oi right shoulder; cattle same on both
Sailing, C C Heppner, Or Horses branded 8 A
on left shoulder; cattle same on left hip.
Swaggan, ii. J?;, Lexington, Or. HorseB 2
with dash under it ou left, stifle cattle H with
uash unuer it on right hip, crop off right ear and
waddled on right hind leg. Rauge iu Morrow.
Gilliam and uinatilla counties.
Swtiggart, A. L., Ella. Or. Horses brande-1 5fc
on lelt shoulder; cettle same on left hip. Ciop,
on ear, wattle on left hmd leg.
Straight W. E., Heppner, Or, HorseB shaded.
J S ou lei stifle; uattle J S ou left hip, awaliowr
fork in righ eur, uuderbit in left.
Swaggari, L, Alpiue, Or. HorBes, SS on righn
foapp, Thos., Heppner, Or. Horses, 8 A?o
left hip; oattl. same on left hip.
Shirtz. James, Long t reek, or. Hoiaes. 3 on
left stifle and over t on left BhuuloW.
bhrier.Juim, Fox, Ur. Mi .'vunected on
horses on right hip; came, same ou right hip,
crop tt right ear aud under bit iu left ear. Range,
in Grant county.
Smith Bros , Johu Day, Or H Z ou cattieon
le t shoulder.
Stephens, V. A., Hardman, Or-; horseB SS on
right stifle; cattle hurizoutal L on the tight side
Bteveusou, Mrs A. J., Heppner, Dr. imtie, 8
on right hi.; swallow-fork in lett ear.
Swaggart, G. W., Heppner, Or. Horses, 44 on
left should ; cattle, 44 ou left hip.
Stewart, Geo., Hardmau, Or. HorseB circle
oi left shoulder.
Stone. Ira.Bi-kleton, Wash, Horses, keystone
on left Bhoulder,
Smith, E. E. Cone Rock, Or. Horses branded
a crossed seven on left shoulder; cattle same on
left side. Range, Gilliam county,
fciperry, E. G., Heppner, Or. Cattle W C on
left hip, crop off rigiit and uuderbit in left year,
dewlap; horses W C ou left shoulder,
Thompson, J. A., Heppner, Or. Horses, 5 on
left shoiilo.. r; cattle, '& ou left shoulder.
Tippets. 8. T Lena, Or. HorseB, C on left,
Turner R. W., Heppner. Or. Small capital X
lett shoulder. , horses; cattle same on left hip-,
with split in both ears.
Thirnton, 11. AL. lone, Or. Horsee branded-.
HT connected on left stifle; sheep same brand
Vanderpool, H. T.. Lena, Or; Horses HV con.
nected on right shoulder .cattle, same on rightj
Wilson, John Q., Salem or Heppner, Or.
HorBes branded Jq on the left shomder. Range
Morrow county.
Warren, W B. Caleb, Or Cattle, W with quarter
circle over it, on left Bide, split iu right ear.
Horses same bra-.d on left shoulder. Range iu
Graut couuty
Wood, F L, Dayville, Or-Heart on horses on
left stifle; on cattle, Z ou left side and under bit
in left ear. Range in Grant county.
Wright, Silas A. Heppuer, Or. Cattle branded
8 W on the right hip, square crop oil right ear
and splitin lelt,
Wallace, Francis, Mount Vernon.Or Square on
cattle on the left hip. upper slope in he left
ear and under slope in right ear. Siime brand
on horses on right shoulder. Range in Harney
and Grant countv.
Webster, J. 1.. Heppner. Or.-Horses branded
wth bar over J on right shoulder; cattle same
on right hip, crop off left ear him, spiit in each
Han lie. Morrow counU'.
Wade, Henry, Hetpner, Or.-Horses bianded
ace of Bpaue ou le.t shoulder and left hiu
Cattle braiidec same on left side and left hip
Wells, A. S., Heppner, Or.-Horses, aa on left
shoulder; can e same.
W oJtinger, Johu, Juhn Hay City, Or On horsea
three parallel oars on left shoulder; 7 on sheep
bit in both ears. Range im brant, and Maihuwi
WyUud,Jfl, Harotnan, Or. -Circle U on left
Woodward. John, Heppner, Or. Horse UP
connected on left ehouiuer. '
Watkms, Lishe. Heppner, Or.-Horsee branded,
UE conuectet on left stiuV.
Wallace, Charles, Portland, Or. Cattle W on
right thigh, hoi. in left ear; horses, W on right
shoulder, m. Bameou left shoulder.
Whittier Bros. Drewsy, Harney unty Or -Horww
hrandwl W B. connate,! ! u.fi N,u1i1m
Williams, Vasco, Hamilton. Or. -Quarter cir
cle over three bars on left hip, both cattle auit
norses. Range (irant county.
Williams, J O. Long Crwft. Or Horses qnar-
! i V- iu nip; catue tune
j and hlit in mch wtr Kamre m liram ftmntv
! Wren, A. A., eppuer. Or. Cattle, running A A
i with bar a ro- on rignt-h.p.
Young. J. S.. GMierry, Or.-Honit brands
T S on the right shoulder.