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A,M OSTRICH FARM.
Bouie Facta About a New l.lv Ettock
A writer in The Poultry Monthly says:
"While attending the Los Angles Ken
nel club show, 1 could not resist the temp
tation of driving out to the ostrich farm,
at Santa Monica. Tho enterprising
owner deserves considerable credit for
his pluck. Several of these enterprises
have proved linancial failures. One was
recent Iv disposed of at a great loss. The
tine ' liltontto describe is acknowl
n! litobe a success. The farm
ci four acres, divided intoabont
twi i . . : i iail lots, with a five acre out
side t .in tint in uso at present. There
are forty-three birds on tho farm at
present writing, valued at from i00 to
U0O each. The birds are fed on alfalfa,
cabbage, cauliflower, beets, oranges and
such like food. The males are not very
quarrelsome, but occasionally tight
across the fences, doing but little dam
age, however, as they have very little
power in their bortkR: their defense lies
wholly in their feet.
"The attendant showed us several inch
planks broken in two pieces by a kick.
Tho adult birds are robbed of their
beautiful plumes every sevrn months.
The processor plucking must be anything
but pleasant, as it takes four men to hold
one bird. The young birds on the farm,
sixteen in number, about nil.e months
old, were raised at Santa Barbara. They
have found it inipiwible to raise them
at Santa Monica on account of tho prox
imity to the sea about "iUO yards. Those
hatched at Santa Barbara nre;:ll hatched
in incubators. The leathers of the adult
birds bring from fill t 1)0 per pound.
Fans and leather ornaments are made
on the premises and form no small por
tion of the prolit. Tbe proprietor also
charges twenty-five cenls iidmission to
"Wo fail to see any reason why this in
dustry cannot be made to pay n very
large profit. If tho young ostriches can
bo raised at Santa Barbara, they certain
ly can be raised elsewhere."
Itefore the Chirhena Are liatrlied.
The bovs and girls who like carpentry
ought not to be content with slatted
boxes; they might build tor their Marcti
broods snug houses, easy to clean, and
to move along the garden rows and
secure against rats, cats, dogs, foxes,
minks, weasels, snakes, owls and hawks.
Good coops, if generally used, would
save every year many thousands of
chickens. Light boxes furnish good,
cheap lumber for this work.
A most important place now is tue
hatching room. Though incubators
seem best for market chickens and or
dinary laving stock, 1 believe we will
alwavs find best as high class fowls
those hatched in March or later under
strong, fluffy heiiB and reared by watch
ful hen mothers in the open air or m a
sunny shed. It is ofton better to set
several hons at once. If eggs for hatch
ing are kept in a temperature of from
51) to 70 dega., and turned every day,
they can be saved for two weeks with
out the yolks adhering to the shell.
Have quiet rooms for the sitting hens,
with clean nests and dust baths. If
there are eggs found in tlie nests so dirty
that they must be washed, it is well to
wash them after dark when there is no
danger of the hen leaving them to be
fatally chilled. There should be frames
with which to fasten each hen on her
nest for the first few days of sitting, but
after that they will not often be needed.
1 have had fourteen hens sitting in one
room, free to leave their nests at any
time, and all so ipiiet that one could hear
no sound but that of the sitters turning
their eggs. They do that very often.
It sounds as if they did it roughly, but
they seem never to break ono. Ex
change. . Live Stuck I'olnta.
A hog breeder illustrates the differ
ence between a man and a hog thus; "A
men's digestiou fails before his appetite
does. A hog's appetite fails before his
Cotton growers are unusually discour
aged in some parts of tbe south. The
old system was for the planter to run
in debt for supplies from tho time one
cotton crop was sold till the next grew.
Even his pork he imported from the
north, when as good pork ns the country
affords can be made in the south by
every fanner. A powerful effort is
being made to induce agriculturists in
the cotton Btntes to quit the old waste
ful, dependent methods ahd raise upon
their own ground live stock, grain of all
kinds and fruits and vegetables. When
the southern farmer does this he will
be for the first time independent. The
sonth is the grandest poultry region in
this Union. His own hogs, butter, eggs,
poultry ami beef will enable the south
ern fanner to live like a prince. It does
pay to raise all these things at home
npon the fitnu.
Bulletin No. TS of the Michigan ex
periment sttttiou treats in an exhaustive
manner of glanders in horses ami the
human family. The disease known as
farcy is also discussed
ltemeuiber that nothing is better for
hogs than tlie ashes of corncobs as an
aid to digestion. Wherever you can get
this secure it.
A USEFUL CANINE.
Gtood Iuu ThU. Karnlna; Ita lluanl anil
Other correspondents omit mention of
perating washing machines by dog
power; but I find that women most ap
preciate the dog doiug the washiug. and
that a well bred bird dog is the best for
endurance, and is also otherwise useful
owing to his great intelligence and will
ingness. I 'ing a friend who manu
factures churns, washing machines ana
doir nowers. 1 have heard of the practi
cal experience of many people. My Eng
lish setter, weighing nity-nve poiums.
was lent to run a washing machine at
the Pennsylvania and New Jersey state '
and various county fairs, antl invariably
proved about the greatest attraction on
the grounds. At the Uanlmry (Conn.)
fair a bench hIiow was also in progress,
and various breeds were tested for
'breaking in." My dog did good daily
work for three consecutive weeks, and
was just as willing at the end as at the
1 believe that setter dogs possess the
greatest endurance, even greater than
horses, and that along with the collies
they are the most willing and most easily
taught. Ordinary dogs can be generally
taught by one good lesson. Tie them
or, preferably, hold them by the collar
and encourage them by "petting." For
an unwilling dog the power should be
set with a steep pitch. Pinching the
toes is more apt to discourage than help
a dog. In purchasing a power, look out
for the pinching fault and get one with
a track that is easily adjusted, so as to
increase the pitch to euable the same
weight of (log to do heavier work as the
butter comes. My dog was a capital
companion for children, an excellent
watchdog, very good for driving cows
as well as for game, and no tidy house
wife could.finil fault with her. Assured
ly she earned her board. V. N. in Rural
There are souie pretty and showy va
rieties of fancy turkeys, but the only
breed that is profitable on tbe fann is the
Bronze turkey, of which family speci-
mens are represented below. The Bronze
iB a cross between the old common black
or Narragansett turkey and the wild
turkey. The wild bird is the finest
specimen of this fowl in existence, but
it cannot be domesticated. The gobbler
of the wild turkey is sometimes cap
tured weighing 40 pounds. The Bronze
gobbler attains even a larger growth,
reaching occasionally nearly 50 pounds.
But for breeding purposes the male bird
should not weigh over 30 pounds, or the
female over 18 or less thau 14 pounds.
The picture of the gobbler here shown is
from Felch's Poultry Culture.
Old birds make the best breeders.
Their value in this field is greatest from
2 yearB old tip to 12. The bronze turkey
retains the wild instinct, so far as to be
possessed of a mania for stealing its nest
out and hiding it. Air. I. K. Felch di
rects the poultry raiser to humor this
fancy of tho hen turkey so far as to
cheat her into the belief thit she is
hiding her nest. He lays a barrel upon
its side on the ground and then buries it
in the soil to one-third of its diameter.
He puts earth into it up even with the
ground of the outside and covers it with
sod. This he presses down in the center
into the shape of an oval hole large
enough to hold tweuty eggs. The out
side of the barrel is hidden by piling
groen brash upon it and sticking green
boughs into the earth about it. A cluster
of nests may be placed in this way ana
a low fence put about tbem. such a one
as the turkey can easily climb over. Mr.
Felch says this plan is so successful that
when it is adopted not a turkey hen will
roam off to nest.
BRONZE TURKEY HEN.
Turkey hens indicate the proper time
to rear their young by beginning to lay
just when they are ready. They gen
erally produce twenty-six to thirty eggs,
ff any more are laid they are not apt to
bo fertile. Not inoro than seventeen
shonld bo put under the turkey hen to
hutch. Tlie rest may be set under a com
mon hen and given to the mother tnrksy
when hatched. Change the young tur
key coop from its place a couple of feet
every day, aa turkeys must not roost in
the same spot like chickens. If made to
do so the young ones will die. In their
food Felch says this, "Avoid wheat
screenings, for often a wild seed in it
will produce diarrhea, which is a very
prevalent ailment with them."
Are you a horse breeder? The hackney
horse is on the verge of a boom in
The hornless bull should be encour
aged. The approved average in weight for a
Dutch belted cow is 1,000 pounds. These
cows give a large yield of milk in pro
portion to their size.
Every year poor horses go lower in
price aud good ones go higher.
The principal thing in the cattle trade
just now is the wrangling of rival stock
! Ilorse breeders want a sire that ma
I turos early, hius the fewest possible blom
; ishes and" U;w a good pedigree behind
him. This kind of horse, with a tirst
class mare, will bring most profit to
1 breeder and farmer.
Light od thr SuhfiM of Cooking mid j
L. E. F.: "1 am n;ing a f.rd mill i
rhich grinds up com. husk, cob an.l all.
Ciakiri'-r the graini about the sije of
hominy. Is it advisable to inn! ten t'.ip
teed or is it just as well to fcv.l it dry to
There are two schools ol fee.ier . I! a
each of which adifferent opinion wo.n.l
be given on this que..;ioa. t'vi;ie'- c
ceed admirably in the use of i,lops m !:!.
fattening process. 1 think it probable ,
that somewhat the best results, especial- j
ly in fineness of finish, may lie attained :
by starting the fattening process with
moist feeds and gradually ('.iscim'.ianiiig
their use by changing to more solid and
dry feeds Very few feeders are situ
ated so as to manage the wet feeding
process in a systematic, economical man
ner, and taking this into consideration,
together with the extra cost for prepara
tion of food in this manner. I believe
that most feeders had better work along
the dry process line. It is very certain
that such feed as is described by our
correspondent can produce au auiui.il
finished in a very satisfactory manner,
and 1 do not believe it will pay for one
to adopt the oilier system, in the far west
at least. To merely moisten the ground
feed will have little or no effect The
animal can do it cheaper and just as sat
isfactorily by going to the drinking
trough after tie has swallowed the ilry
grain. Besides, I think the steer will
like the dry feed better than when some
water has beeti poured over it.
1 would not think of cooking such
feed, believing that there is no evidence
at hand to show that even the fuel would
be paid for by such a process. If pos
sible use two or three pounds of oil meal
a day. which will have a most excellent
corrective effect besides affording a large
amount of nutriment.
VV. 11. II.: "1 am feeding some steers
that weighed l.Dfo pounds frum grass
three months ago. I havo fed whole
corn three months and expect them tu
weigh 1,200 pounds Jan. 1. Now can 1
put on 200 pounds of flesh in two months
by grinding the com and mixing it with
cut fodder or hay and bran or oil cake'.
Brans cost twelve dollars, oil cake twenty-two
dollars per ton."
If the steers have been fed whole corn
for three months I doubt if 200 pounds
additional flesh can bo put on in sixty
days. If the animals have been gaining
rapidly this feeder wifl hnd a or 'iy
pounds a day a very good gain for the
last two mouths. Of course there will
be no profit in further feeding from the
gain made of itself, the advantage be
ing in the increase in the market value
of the whole carcass. The change from
whole com to comment should be made
gradually and in such a manner as to in
no way reduce the quantity of grain con
sumed. Do not attempt to mix it with
cut com fodder, buy or any coarse feed
at this time, for 1 do not think the ani
mals will take kindly to such a mixture
after having been three months on whole
corn. Keep the coarse fodders in a rack
by themselves. Mix oil meal or bran or
both with the meal. At the prices named
for bran and oil meal 1 should use some
of both, being governed largely by the
choice of the steers themselves. A good
ration for a 1,200 pound steer would be
two pounds of bran with three or four
of oil meal and from ten to twelve of
comment. Professor Henry in Breed
True Pervheron Head.
Wo reproduce from The Kural New
Yorker the above fine illustration as rep-
I X 1,'. YHttAW A n
IDEAL HEAD OF PEKCHKKON HOUSE.
resenting the ideal head of the beautiful
Percheron horse. The mighty muscles
of tlie neck und breast are particularly
Drawing the Lines.
The lines of stud book registration are
narrowing. Blood will be the only open
sesame. The American Clydesdale as
sociation after 181)3 will record no mare
that does not show four crosses of regis
tered sires and uo stallion that does not
show five such crosses. This will ex
clude many animals eligible to record
in the Scotch stud book. It is a sharp
advance of the standard and means that
the formative period is passing.
And now comes the American Cleve
land Bay Society of America with the
adoption of the following rule:
"This society will not accept for regis
try after the close of volume 3 of its stud
book any animal showing a direct
thoroughbred cross; that is, whose sire
or dam is sired by a thoroughbred
This draws the line at most of the
Yorkshire coachers which have hereto
fore been admitted to the America
Cleveland Bay Stud Book. Breeder's
In Montana and adjacent portions of
the northwest horses, cattle and sheep
are unusually free from disease, pastur
age was uncommonly good early in the
season and beef cattle antl other live
stock went into tho winter in excellent
Henry Gibbons, a prominent fanner
near W'lkesbarre, Pa., was gored to
death recently by a bull that he was
trying to lead out of tho stable. He died
The difference between glanders and
farcy, according to bulletin 7st of the
Michigan station, is this: The term
glanders is used when the interior of the
nose, the lungs or other portions of tlie
organs of respiration are affected, while
the name farcy is used when the outside
of the body is attacked, Glanders can
not be communicated from one horse to
another from the breath. The infection
is spread from the offensive matter that
is discharged, and this is found at public
horse troughs, stables or npon harness
This is how Field and Fann sizes it up
"Remember pasturing takes five acres to
i each cow for six months; soiling feeds a
! cow on one acre for six months: eusilage
! feeds a cow on one acre for a w hole year.
Look here. A Chicago paper asks
"Why in the .world are not a few uiorv
entequnsmg women, with a small capilat
, at their disposal, coming forward
I poultry farmers?"
QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS.
A 'at:t -tc work.
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E:u7srf mul f iTtrs American Industrial 2o6
pend-noe oc rod tbrouU the pulley of in
ti"r:.n. Ab"nl t rcii th d.cuiiienU published
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,. . ; ;k -I 'urly OX) panes of plainly
. ...vi-ii.y ljuuI and reliable lufonna
!nr. AmuiiL' the authors of these document!
t,rp ii..r. Juni'-sG. IMainej Wm. McKlnler, Jr.,
u'li' Tel SMiiiiUT S. M. CulUmi, of llll-
I M'lm'ni .'vn 'tfi N. Utiiph. of Oredon !
A 6. 'Vici 'CK, of Nebraska; Senator
, :"enjitur a.ev,ol North Dakota;
, ;o(i.i t. Murnl, ot Vermont; Senator
. , . .i W. liik:h, ft Rhode loiand; Hon.
i t:'iniii' Il.Hui.iuy.' f New Jersey j liuii. Robert
I 1. ricr. i-f Waahiuuion: Prof. J. M. lode,
cF the Ai!i-icuttiirl I ei'iirtnicnt at Washing
!!; t'oniiniidnftt W. 11. T. lltinlies; Hon K A.
i :.rf nliurn, (jf New York ; Cfiireewiittii IXilhver,
I lu.vii; Hun. H. K. Jinie-i lnvid Hall K ce. of
1' -tun; Kx-C'tiiKresHiuau Purkms, of Kansas;
Hi- !-; 1. .Miller, of New Vork; linn. Go. Draper,
! Miisa ; ih-n jT.lt- fc'dwj.rds, of Texas; Jude
Wm L.iwrence, of Ohio; Hon. D. O. llarrinian,
ol Now Vurkt lion, lieo, 8. iloutwell. of Mttae.;
)'"t,. K. II. Animlflnwn. of Now York; Kuoub
t . .-i' J'.ut TtslllllisiMJO.
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Addrosa, Wilbur F. Wr.koman, fiec'y. No. (
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Allyn. T. J.. lone. Or. Horses G(i on left
thuulder; cattle -aine on left hip, under bit on
ritfht ear, anil upper bit on the left; range. Mor
AruiBtruiiK, J. t, Alpine, Or. T with bar un
der n on left shoulder ot horses; cattle aaine
on lef 1 liip.
Allison, O. D., Eight Mile, Or. Cattle brand,
O D on left bip and horses same brand on right
shoulder. Range. Kiglit Mile.
Adkms, 1 C, Dayville, Or- Straight mark across
the thigh and two crops and a slit in the right ear;
horses, X upside down on the right shoulder,
hange in (irant county and Hear vallev. P O
address also at Hardinn.
Adkms, J. J., Ueppner, Or. Horses, JA con
nwoiHti on ie-1 tlank; cattle, same on left hip.
Ayers, Johnny, i.ena, Or. HorBee branded
triaugie 011 leu hip; cattle same on right hip;
aUo crop off right ear and upper bit on eatne.
HJyth, Farcy H., Heppiier.iK' Horses, hotnni,
cross ou right shoulder. Kan go hi Morrow
Hleakman, Geo., Hardman, Or.Horees, a na
on left shoulder; cattle same on right shoulder
hmin tater. J. W.. Hard man. Or. tattle brand
ed B on left hip and thigh; split in each ear.
Hurke. M St i;, i.ong ureeg, ur un catue,
MAY connected on left hip. ciop off left ear, un
der half crop off right. Horses, same brand 01
letti snoumer. nange in unuu uuu morrow
Bowsraan, A Mount Vernon and Burns, Or.
Cattle, A B on right hip, two crops in each ear;
same on horseB. on right shoulder. Hange in
Grant and Barney counties.
Brosman, Jerry, Lena, Or. Horses branded 1
on right shoulder; cattle B on the left side.
Liett ear halt crop ana rignt ear upper slope.
Barton, Wm Ueppner, Or. -Horses, J B01
right thigu. cattle, same on right hip: eplit ii
Brown. Isa, Lexington, Or. Horses IB on tht
right stifle; cattle same on right hip; range. Mor
Brown, J .P., Heppner, Or.Horees and cattli
branded ti with ox-yoke above on left shoulder.
Brown. J. C HeDDner. Or. Horses, circlt
C with dot i n ob ter on left hip; cattle, same.
Boyer, W. G lieppner, ur. Horses, boa
brand or. r-gh. hip cattle, same, with split ii
Bora. r.O.. HeDDner. Or. Horses, r n on leu
shoulder; cm tie, same on left hip.
Brownlee. W. J.. Fox.Or ( attle. JB connected
on left Hide; crop on left ear and two splits am
middle piece cut out on right ear; on horses sami
brand 011 the left thigh: Hange in Fox valley
l ain.fci., t;aleb.ur. x u on horses onieit stine
U with Quarter circle over it. on left shoulder.
and on left stifle on all colts under ft years; 01
left shoulder only on all horses over 0 years. Ai.
range in Grant county.
Clark, Wm. H., Lena, Qf.-Horeeh WHO con
nected, on left shoulder: cattle same on right
hip. Ka-.ge Morrow and Umatilla counties.
cat e, 1 lias. n Vinson or ijena, ur. norseh
H C on right shoulder; cattle same on right hip.
Hange Morrow and Umatilla counties,
CochrHn, (!has lone. Or. Horses, HP con
nected on left nhoulder; cuttle, V, on both left
hip and stifle. Hange in Morrow county.
Cannon, T. B.,Long Creek, Or.Tou cattleoi
right side, crop off right ear and slit in left eui
Our horses same brand on left shoulder. Bang,
in Grant county.
Cecil, Wnh, Douglas, Or.: horses J C on lef
shoulder; ca'tle same on left hip, waddles ol
each jaw und two bitB in the right ear.
Curl, 1. H John Day, Or, Double cross 01
each hip on cattle, Bwallow fork and under bii
in right ear, split in left ear. Hange in Gram
county. On sheep, inverted A &"d spear point
ou shoulder. Kar marko.i ewes, crop on left ear.
pouched upper bit iu right. Wethers, crop it
right ad under half crop in left ear. All rang,
m Grant couutv.
Crosby, A.A., Heppner, Or. Cattle branded")-
(or H L cot'Uected) on the right shoulder.
Cook, A. J.,Lena,Or. Horses, Muou right Bhonl
der. Cattle, same on right hip: ear mark square
crop off left and split in right.
Currin. it, YM Curriusville, Or. -Horses, CQ on
Cochran, J II Monument, Or Horses branded
T 1 A A on left shoulder. Cattle, same on righi
hip. swallow fork in right ear and crop off I eft.
Cox it English, Hardman, Or. Caitle, C witl
in center: horses. CE on left iv.
Cupper, H. A., Monument, Or. Horses H t
on Uft dhoulder. cattle H 0 ou left side, swal
low fork on right ear.
Cochran, It. E., Monqment, Grant Co , Or.
Horses branded circle with bar beneath, oa left
shoulder: cattle same brand on both hips, mark
under slope both ears and dewlap.
Chapin. H.f Hardman, Or. Horses branded
on right hip. Cattle brauded the same.
Cross, ii L, Day vi lie. Or Cattle branded two
cropB and a split in left ear; on horses l
reversed on left stifle. Also have the following
brands on cattle: 72 on left hip, 7 on right hip.
VI on left shoulder, two parallel bars oa left
shoulder. Ear marks, two crops.
Doonan. WmM lieppner, Or. Horses branded
OO with bar over them, on left shoulder; cat
tie same on left hip.
Douglass, W. M , Galloway, Or. Cattle, R X on
right side, swa low-fork in each ear; horses, H D
on left hip.
DouglaB, O. T., Douglas, Or-Horea TD 011
the liiiht stifle: cattle Bume on ritrht hirt
Duncan, W. P., John Day, Or. Quarter circlt-
n on ngiu suouiuer, yum on norsea ana cattle.
Hange Grant county.
Driskell, W. EM Heppner, Or. Horses branded
K inside of O on left Bhoulder. Cattle same on
left side of neck.
Ely. J. B. & Sons, Douglas, Or. Horses brand
ed ELY on left shoulder, cattle same on left
hip. hole ir right ear.
Fisk, Balph, Prairie City, Or Horses. RFoti
right shoulder; cattle, on right hip. Hange in
Eleek. Jackson, Heppner, Or. Horses. 7J
connected on riirht, shoulder! inrtlo mi ma mi
right hip. Ear mark, hole in right and crop
Florence, L. A., Heppner, Or. Cattle, LF on
right hip; horses F with bar tinder on right
Florence, 8. P. Heppner, Or Horses, F on
right shoi.ldei ; cattle, b on right hip or thigh.
Gay, Henry, Heppner, Or. GAx" on left
Goble, Frank, Heppner, Or. Horses, 7 F on
left stifle: cattle, same on riaht hio.
Oilman-French, Land and Livestock Co., Fos
sil. Or. Horses, anchor b on left shoulder; vent,
same on left stine. Cattle, same on both hips;
wr uinm, uruu uu ripciii oar turn anuerou in leit.
Hange in Gilliam, Grant, Crook and Morrow
Gentry, Elmer, Eoho, Or. Horses branded H.
8. with a quarter circle over it, on left stifle
Hange in Morrow and Umatilla counties.
Giltwater, J.C., Prairie City, Or. On horses,
0-0 on left shoulder and stifle; cattle, on right
Bide, Hange in Grant county.
Hams, James, Hardman Or. Horses shaded
2 on lef' shoulder; cattle same on left hip. Hange
in and about Hardman.
Hayes. Geo., Lena, Or, Brand JH connected,
with Quarter circl over it, on left shoulder.
Hiatt A. B Hidge, Or. Cattle, roan d-top A
with quarter circle under it on the right hip.
Kan lie in Morrow and Umatilla counties.
Hiti ton A Jenks, Hamilton. Or Cattle, two bart
on either hip; crop in right ear and eplit in left.
Horses, J on right thigh. Hange in Grant county.
Hughes, Samuel, Wagner, Or T F L on righi
shoulder on horses; on cattle, on right hip and on
left side, swallow fork in right ear and slit iu left
Range in Haystack district, Morcw county.
Hall. Edwin, John Day, Or. Cattle E H on righi
hip; horses same on right shoulder, tangeii.
Hughes. Mat, Heppner, Or. Horses, shaded
heart od the left shoulder. Hange Morrow Co.
Hunsaker, B . Wagner. Or. -Horses, V on left
shoulder; oa tie, 9 on left hip,
Hardiety, Albert, Nye. Oregon Horses, AH
connected, on left shoulder; Cattle on the left
hip, crop off left ear,
Humphreys, J M. Hardman, Or. Hones. H od
Hiatt, Wm. F... Ridge, Or.-Horses branded
bar cross ou left shoulder: cattle same on left
Hayes, J. M., Heppner. Or. Horses, wineglass
on left shoulder cattle, same on right hip.
Ivy, Alfred. Long Creek. Or Cattle I Don
right hip. crop oft left ear and bit in right. Horn
same bnuid on left shoulder, Hange n Grunt
Huston. Luther. Eight Mile, Or. Horse H on
the left shoulder and heart on the left stifle Cat
tie same on left hip. Range in Morrow county
Jenkins. D. W,.Mt. Vernon. Or. J nn hnnuxirxi
left shoulder; on cattle, J on left hip and two
smooth crops on both ears. Range in Fox and
j Bear vail ys
j Junkin, 8. M., Heppner. Or. Horse, horw
I shoe J on left shoulder. Cattle, the sama.
j Range on Eight Mile.
Johnson, Felix Lena, Or.Horees. circle T or
J left sane; cattle, same on right hip, nader half
1 crop in right and split in left ear
Ranny, Mike, Ueppner, Or. Horses branded
KriY on left hip. cattle same and crop off left
ear: nnder slop on th right
KeHer, Richard, Bl&nton, Groat onantv, Or.
E K in square, cattle on left hip; horses same
on left shoulder. Kange Beer v til lev.
Kirk, J. T Heppner. Or. Horses 69 on left
shoulder; cattle, oW on left hip.
Kirk. J C, Heppner. Or. Horses. H on either
flank: cattle 17 ou right side.
kumberland,W. G., Mount Vernon, Or. I h on
cattle on right and left sides, swadow fork in U ft
ear and under ciop in right ear. Horaea same
brand on left shoulder. Range in Grant county.
Keeney, Eli, Heppner, Or, Horses J L and
ace of clubs on left stifle. Range in Umatilla
and Morrow counties
LeBley.M C, Monument, Or A triangleVlwith
all hues extending pa t body of figure on tfi hor
ses on left shoulder, ou cattle diamond ou left
shoulder, split in rigluaua uwde bit in left ear
Range m Graut county and to parte of John Day
Leahey, J W, Heppner Or. Horses branded L
N on left shoulder; cattle same on left hip; wat
tle over right ey. , three elite in right ear.
Loften, Stephen, fox, Or. 8 L on left hip
on cattle, crop and split on right ear. Horses
same brand on left shoulder, Hange Grant
Lienallen, John W., Lexi"flrn Or. Horses
branded half-circle JL connected on left shoul
der. Cattle, same on left hip. Range, near Lex
ington. Lord, George. Heppner, Or. Horses branded
double 11 coi.nectt Sometimes called a
swing H, on left Bhoulder.
Maxwell, M . 8., Gooseberry. Or. Horses brand
ed long link on left shoulder: cattle, same on
lef i hip. Ear mark, under bit in left ear.
Minor, Oscar, Heppner. Or. CatUe, M D on
right hip; horse. Mon lef t shoulder.
Morgan, 8. N., Heppner, Or.Horees, M)
on left shouldei cattle same on left hip,
McCumber, Jas A, Echo, Or.Horees, M with
bar over on right shoulder.
Jhaur.. B. B., lena. Or. Horses old mares ZZ
on right hip; young stuck, small tz on left
Morgan, Thos., Heppner, Or. Horses, circle
T on left shoulder ana left thigh; cattle, on
Mitchell. Oscar, lone, Or.Horees, 77 on right
hip; cattle. 77 on right side.
McClaren, D. G Brownsville, Or, Horses,
Figure 6 on each shoulder, cattle, M2 on hip
JUCA.era.w.j.. Mourn Ver"ou,or Alou cattle
on right hip, crop in right ear. half crop in left
same braudouhorBe.s on left hip. Range iu Grant
McCarty, David H., Echo, Or. Horses branded
connected, on the left shoulder; cattle same
on nip ana siae.
lucUirr, Frank, Fox Valley, Or. Mule shoe
with toe-cork on cattle on ribs and under in
each ear; horseB Hume brand on left stifle.
Mclialey, U. V., Hamilton, Or. Ou Horses, 8
with half circle under on left shoulder; on Cattle,
four bars connected on top on the right side,
Hange in Grant County.
Aeal, Andrew. Lone Hock.Or. Horses A N con
nected on left shoulder; cattle same on both hips.
Newman, W. R., Heppner, Or. Horses M
with half circle over it on left shoulder.
Nordyke, E., Bilvertou, Or. Horses, circle 7 on
left thigh; cattle, same on left hip.
Oliver, Joseph, Canyon City, Or. A 2 on cattle
on left hip; on horses, same on left thigh, Hange
in Grant county.
Oiler, Perry, Lexington, Or. P O oa left
Olp, Herman, Prairie City, Or. On cattle, O
LP connected on left hip; horses on left stifle
and wartle on nose. Hange in Grant county,
Pearson, Oluve, Eight Mile, Or, Horses, quar
ter circle shield on left shoulder and 24 on left
hip. Cattle, fork in left ear, right cropped. 24
un left hipk Hange on Eight Mile.
Parker & Gleaaon. Hardman, Or, Horses IP on
I'iper, J. H., Lexington, Or.Horees, JE con
nected oiJeft shoulder; cattle, same on left hip,
under bit in each ear,
Patberg, Henry Lexington, Or. Horses brand
edwitha Hoinui. cross on left ahnnldnr: anil'
branded with Roman cross, bar at bottom, c Cli
left hip. . ; I 1
rettys, a. c, lone, Or,; horses diamond P0.1
shoulder; cattle, j H J connected, on the
left hip, upper slope in left ear and slip iu the
Potter, Dan, Lexington Horses branded MP
connected on left shoulder; cattle same on right
Powell, John T., Dayville, Or Horses, J P con.
aec edoti left shoulder. Cattle OK connected on
.eft hip, two under half crops, one on each ear,
vattle under throat. Range m Grant county.
Rickard, G. D., Canyon City, Or. F C on left
hotuder, on horses only, Hange Canyon creek
ind Bear valley. Grant county.
Hood, Andrew, Hardman, Or.Horees, square
irotM- with quarter-circle over it on left stifle.
Renin ger, Chris, Heppner, Or, Hones, O R on
Rice, Dan, Hardman. Or.; horses, three panel
or m fence on left shoulder; cattle, DAN on
eight shoulder. Range near Hardman.
Hudio, Wm. Long Creek, Or. Brands horses
It 01 right shoulder. Range. Grant and Morrow
Hoyse, Aaron, Heppner, Or Horses, plain V on
eft shoulder; cattle, same brand reversed 00
.-ight hip and crop off right ear. Range in Mor
Rush Bros,, Heppner, Or. Horeea branded 2
n the right shoulder; cattle, IX on the left nip
jrop ott left ear and dewlap on neck. Hange lc
jlorrow and adjoining counties.
RuBt, William, Pendleton, Or.Horees H 01
.eft shoulder; cattle, R on left hip, crop ofl
right ear, underbit on left oar, Bheep, R on
weathers, round crop off righ ear. Range Uma
tilla and Morrow c ?unties.
Hoaney, Andrew. Lexington, Or. Horsei
uranded A H on right shoulder, vent quartet
jircie over brand; cattle same ou right hip,
dange Morrow county.
Ruyse, Wm. H, Dairyville, Or HR connected
with quarter circle over top on cattle on right hip
ind crop off right ear and split in left. Horsei
iaine brand on left shoulder. Range in Morrow,
ijrant and Gilliam counties.
Hitter, J F, Hitter, Or-Three parallel ban
witn bur overon horses on left hip; on cattle, left
side, two smooth crops, two splits in each e&i.
liange in Middle Fork of John Day.
Hector. J. W., Hoppner, Or.Horees, JO o
teft shoulder. Cat tie, 0 oa right hip.
Spicknall. J. WM Gooseberry, Or., Horses
branded ill on left shoulder; lange in Morrow
Hpray, J. F., Heppner, Or. -Horses branded kt
oouuected 01. rigtit shoulder; cattle same on both
Bailing, C C Heppner, Or Horses branded 6 a
on left shoulder; cattle same on left hip.
Mwaggart, B. F., Lexington, Or. Horees 3
with dash under it on left stifle; cattle H with
dash under it on right hip, crop off right ear and
waddled on right hind leg. Range iu Morrow,
Gilliam and Umatilla counties.
8waggart, A. L., Ella. Or. Horses branded 1
on lelt shoulder; cettle same on left hip. Crop
on ear, wattle on left hind leg.
Straight W. E Heppner, Or. Horses shaded
J 8 on let 1 stifle; cattle J 8 on left hip, swallow
fork in righi ear, underbit in left.
8waggart, L, Alpine, Or. Horses, S 8 on right
bapp, Thos., Heppner, Or.Horees, 8 A P en
teft hip; cattle same on left hip.
Shirtz, James, Long Creek, Or. Horses. 8 on
left stifle and over I on left shoulder.
Whrnsr.John, Fox, Or. NC connected on
horses on right hip; cattle, same on right hip,
crop oft right ear and under bit in left ear. Range
in Urant county.
Smith Bros,, John Day, Or H Z on cattle ou
le t shoulder.
Stephens, V. A., Hardman, Or-; horses 8 9 on
right stifle; cattle horizontal L on the right side
Jstevenson, Mrs A. J., Heppner, Or. Cattle, 8
an right hit; swaUow-f ork in left ear.
Bwaggart. G. W., Heppner, Or. Horses, 44 on
teft siiouldei ; cattle, 44 on left hip.
Stewart, Geo., Hardman, Or. Horses circle
i' left Bhoulder.
Stone. Ira. Bickleton, Wash, Horeea, keystone
on left shoulder.
Smith, E, E. Lone Rook, Or. Horses branded
a cromteu seven on lett snonider; cattle same on oft
left side. Hange, Gilliam county.
Hperry, E. G., Heppner, Or. Cattle W V, nPt
10 11 nip. urup ou ngui anu unuerbit in left year,
dewlap; horses W C on left shonlder.
Thompson, J. A., Heppner, Or. Horses, I on
left shouidtr; cattle, 2 on left shoulder.
Tippet. 8. T., Lena, Or.-Horees. C on left
Turner R. W.. Heppner, Or. Small capital T
left shoulder, horses; cattle same on left hip
with split in both ears.
Thornton, H. M., lone, Or.-Horees branded
HI connected on left stifle; sheep same brand.
Vanderpool, H. T Lena. Or; Horses HV con
uected on right shonlder;cattle, same on right
Wilson, John Q,( Salem or Heppner. Or.
dorses branded Jy on the left shoulder, liange
Morrow county. '
.Warren, W B. Caleb, Or Cattle. W with quarter
circle over it, on left side, Bplit in right ear.
Horses same braud on left shqalder. Haugein
Wood, F L, Dayville, Or Heart on horses on
left stine; on cattle, 2on left side and under bit
in left ear. liange in Grant county.
Wright. Kilna A. Heppner, Or. Cattle branded
S W on the right hip. square crop ott right ear
nd split in left.
Wallace, Francis, Mount Vernon, Or Square on
cattle on the left hip, upper elope in (he left
ear and under slope in right ear. Same brand
on horses ou right Bhoulder. Range in Harney
and Grant countv.
Webster, J. I.. Heppner, Or.-Horees branded
wth bar over J on right shoulder; cattle sams
on right hip, crop off left ear and eplit in each,
Hange, Morrow county.
Wade, Henry, Heppner. Or.Horees branded
w pmm on isit snouider and left hio.
i attle branded same on left side and left hip.
Wells, A. ti., Heppner, Or.Horees, 0U on left
shoulder; catr e same. .
Wolnnger. John, John Day City, Or On horses i
0 vu iviy uuumer; t on sneep,
bit in both ears. Range in Grant and Malhusr
Wyland, J H, Hardman, Or. Circle C on left
Woodward. John, Heppner, Or. Horses, UP
connected on left shoulder.
Watkins, Liehe. Heppner, Or.Horees branded
UK conneeteoonleft stifle.
Wallace, Charles, Portland. Or. Cattle, W 00
right thigh, hoi in left ear; horse, W on righ
shonlder. sum same on left shoulder,
Whittier Bro., Drewsy, Harney eonnty, Or.
Horw branded W B. connected on left should
Williams. Vasco, Hamilton, Or. Quarter e
cle over three bars on left hip, both cattle f
horses. Range Grant county.
Williams. J O. Long Creek. Or Horses, c
ter circle over three bars on left hip; cattle 1
nd hlit in eech ir. liange in Grant ononty
Wren, A. A., ueppner, Dr. Cattle, runnin
with bar aero on right hip. j
Young. J. 8., Gooseberry, Or. Hones b
T South right shoulder.