Heppner gazette. (Heppner, Morrow County, Or.) 1892-1912, June 28, 1892, Image 6

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C$wfF& !and susPEHSohy for
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have a relief and cure
In your ignorance of effects
and' vitality which ia
s-vsu-tu the elements thus ,
strength and viijor will fol.
cure or money refunded.
Dr. Sanden's Electric ij'
; i
after all other treatments
testify, and from many ot
is 'i complete galvanic battery, made Into a belt so as to be easily worn during work or at rest, and it gives soothing, prolonged currents
v. liich are instantly felt throughout all weak parts, or we forfeit $5,000. It has an Improved Electric Suspensory, the
reatcst boon ever given weak men, and we warrant it to cure any of the above weaknesses, and to enlarge shrunken limbs, or parts, or
Money Refunded. They are graded in strength to meet aU stages of weakness in young, middle-aged or old men, and will cu-- )
the worst cases in two or three months. Address
f "n11 "'Hil onlflrHBHineda rncnlvwi fsen.Toly healed, 'peHtnnlin.
1 If n.i. us represented wo will refund y.mr money
'Hmm: if QUEEN ANTI-H AtRINE" removes Beard or Fm.frMmin
if',;, ::Sg:vvC'' f Hnlr H um ihe J: ace. Jst-cU unit Arms, or MnU. u,i in,.', 1. .,.,.., .
QUEN HAIRINF" tortfitom and nrnmote ttio Ihiir hnn luxiv.il. Jt i.s a MtniU'-WviiMiiiie
feirtu), i-oor ajtjtlioaliniiH will 61 op tliu Juiir fallinx and prevent. dumlniU. It fiirew nrtlp di-oas' and
will ponitivcly k""W a lux 11 riant prowth of hair utiles hereditarily htiki. TlaldncKS is not an imiio'i! ion
that tlin rou'.i nr dsad. Mature aid not provide that wo fchotild wi-ar a c')et in J'-ir the hend Wlien
lh epidermis (skin) is alive, ho are tlm roots nd "Queen ilairine' apnfiwi to llm surface opunstho
follicifai, and gives nourishment and vitality to iho roota. One bottle will eonviueo the nio&t KkeuHcal
of ilt mnritB. J'ry it. i'rlee, pr Ilotlle. 1
' QUEEN ANTI-ODOFt" tpwder form) applied to the part? allayn exccwWe perfeniratlon
and prnu:iiii;iilly cures oflcimivo feet, armpits, mt. A inort delightful and hiiriuleas remedy, 'ri-! Wc
l Mir ' ON DO LINE" (liquid, pure and hrmlw), whon applied to thotdiin restores and bflautifiea
the f'omplexion; reiuuvus and proTenta Tail, Sun hum, K reck lea, J'iniploa and HlaokliadH. ThU re
nowned preparation cannot be excelled. K iinle application law a marvelous oft'ecti' aud em h
additional ono improveii tlio cnuplexion. Try it; if not dclipined with it, return tliu buttle nd ve
will refund ynur money. One Jlottlrt wdl rettloro the couiplei ion. Pricn, Si. 00 '
QukknToii.ktCo.: Your preparation lunnulni (after a uareful anaK-hl, I am free in hut are
li arm let. and certainly effectual if lined accord i 11 to directions, J . I1, f I esse, . f )., -1st Fre'iiijiii' A ve,
Itemlt by I'. O. Order, ItCKintered Letter, or lrali In home office, and meuiiou this piiper.
1 FUI.fr, Satepl-? ul our tiondit and "Hon to beHeaatirul went for two utampK,
JPIorx Francisco
And all pointn in California, viu the Mt. Hhauta
ruutt) uf the
Southern Pacific Co.
The Rreat liiuhwtiy through California to nil
points KuHt and South. Urtitid Bcenic ltonte
of the I'ucifio t'oHHt. Pullman l.tulTot
HIccpoiB. Hecuud-chiHb Uloepera
Attached to exprnH trairm, aflnrdiiiK Htiporior
ii(i('(iniiiiodiiliuiiM for MCcond-elawM paMHtnKiw.
Kur rat en, tiekolH, HleepaiK our rut-urvutiouti,
etc., call upon or uddreu
R. KOKIII.KU, Miinnner, K. P. UOGliitS, Asst.
tiuit. 1"'. dt V. AkI., Portland, Oietfuii.
Ciiillo hranded and car marked an bimwn atinvo.
UoiHeH on riuht Hlnmlilcr.
Alv cullle rnno in Monuw and lliuatilla conn
tiH. 1 will pay $10l(Xl for the arrcnl and con
viclioti of any puiHoti utealinK my Ktuck,
Tlmvc rc-opened tltlR well-known limine to the
public, and Hollcil 11 tthtuu ui the patluiiHKH.
Per day $100
lluHid per week hlit)
" " with room ti tut
My table in always mipplied with the best the
mai'ki't alloidn.
07-U B W l'lops.
On Sale
Kansas City, St. Paul,
Leaven Hoppncr, 8 a. ui. Arrive
iS0 p. m.
IMllmail MUt'i'i
Culoiilot 41tcit'r,
Reclining Chair Cars
and Diners.
HU'iimerH r.)rtlnnd to Sim Kniuuiin'o
every four iliivs.
Tickets Europe.
!. rah'h and Kfi'tMiU Information call on
lH'pot Ticket Aneiit,
,). C. ITA-IIT,
Ih'ppncr, Oregon,
V. It Hl'Kl.HL'UT. AMt. Oonl. Taw- Agt
i'4 WrtNhhiKtonSt.,
PojTtANn, OHruoN
Back. KidneV
the effects of abuses, excesses,
in our marvelous invention, which requires but a trial to convince the most skeptical,
or by excesses, or exposure, you may have unduly drained your system of nerve force
eit;f;n-njii.jr--iiu inua tauacu yuui wcjinncMj ur iuck ui lorce. ii you replace into your
drained, which are required for vigorous strength, you will remove the cause, and health,
low at once and in a natural way. This is our plan and treatment, and we guarantee u
hend tor our Illustrated Pamphlets, tree;
Belt is no experiment, as we have restored thousands to robust health and vior,
failed, as can be shown bv hundreds of cases throughout this Stat, whn wnnM orlaHK.
whom we Have strong letters bearing testimony to their recovery alter using our Belt.
You Don't Know Us,
We extend an i iiyii nl ifin to t:'.', n.ii'1 see jYfo tests sit our liui'
"AicmliK liiiintn'rs.'' ildin- 1 tn a i . 1 .i.. ai i .. '
Madomlo a I'ftstu,omyaiCvViilriui.?aai)p!iuitioit in re.iuired. l
Is powerful, yet miM in its oJUxi. It, dissolve and dt-Mmyn Hit:
foihclcfi ot the hiiir without; tliCHlhU'nt mui. Injury or.Jisc,ioi;i
lion to tlio mont deii(;ft! skin. Trv 11. (im I'ri m't-n, n,..,i..
atliai Earn oi Umi
Presldeiit. CuNliler.
Made on 1'avorable TerniB.
i drdHHi'd Liniiticr, ItimiluHof iltjppniir, at
kvhat 1b known uk tliu
?10 00
17 f
L ?!i.lKI por l.tKio (eut, Hiklltluuiil.
I. V iimiilltoii, Mnnr
Scientific America
$M. Agency for
For information and fnw Kitndhonk vrrito to
MllNN A t'O, liil IliuniiWAV, NKW VOKK.
OltloHt tinrnau for mminnir patents tn Ann'rlr.
flvery pattml t;tk"n nut In- us In nroturht tinre
the putilU: by a iiotii-c niwn fiee 01 charge lu the
Scientific American
Iiarvtwt ctrrtdatlon of itiv sotcntltlc papor In the
world. HnN'n.lully illiiHtratLMl. No intolltcent
man tdmnm be withmit tt. Wt'pklv. i;i,00
voar: st.i ttiniilhs. Addrts MlNN A CO
VtntliimiKitr. wu Itnm.lwaT. Now York.
Tin Ch Incur prlzMh Olnspnir root.
much mum highly llian Opitini. They
call II UiufiiK nu ailing the Power
of Mhu, When nirct tbfl (liu'it
quality had been Bold for $100 per
cuin't". iNimt, why tlo thyy pay Biu'li
a prii'c Hi crtusi! tliey tn-Ueve it ivci
llicin llit much tlciircd nervtj luvre.
Jlmv uimiy uoplt (udtT from wphIi
jicmi' Wlmt m distrftisfnv atluii-utf
You lack vim tnmt fureo. energy,
power. You feci all tronc. Yuu are
nlwavH praying lor itrentb, yet get
tlii)f weak.-r and weaker, l.fnten tti
t!ie voice of renon. I'iaee your et
Ivfoif intellieiit iipeclullnts capablrt
cf htdpinii, . enrimr yow. 1 th
mere writing id a letter you can hna
jimr pii tliiigiiOHcd free, al'miluttl
iiuc of all cluuiioa. Wrlto W daj,
Etocktou, Market and Ellis Streets,
A Tonic
A Pleasure:
That's the happy
combination fouud in
HirCS9 Beer
You drink it for pleasure, and get
physical lienotit. A whole
some, refreshing, appetizing,
thirst quenching drink.
One package makes five gallons.
Ilon't l, dfi'pW.d tf de.l.r, for th, laic,
lA laritrr profit, tell, you aom. oihr kinU
In " jml a. K.vd " 'tis falir. No iuiiLiwa
I. ,i gtM1 Ih. tfenutn. lli,(a'(
who are debilitated. and suffering
from Nervous DebilitY Seminal Wfa.
ness. Losses Drains. Impotency op
Lost Manhood. Phfumati.sm v.a.f
Troubles. Mfpvoi i.snfx
worry and exposure. For such sufferers
sent by mail, sealed.
The Difference Between Modern and An
cient Neckwear.
The necktie, now become a purely or
namental detail of dress, was originally
useful. It was intended to protect the
throat. Its history may he traced from
the time of the Stuarts in England,
when immense ruffs, which served as
neckcloths and collars, were worn.
Later neckcloths or cravats were
adopted, and no doubt were a welcome
change from the stiff, uncomfortable
ruff. They were of Brussels or Flan
ders lace, tied in a knot under the chin,
the ends being allowed to hang square.
Still later they were worn ranch
longer, the ends being fastened through
the button-holes of the waistcoat.
The lace neckcloth, says Youth's Com
panion, was succeeded by small cam
bric bands, but was reintroduced in
Queen Anne's reign, and did not go out
of use entirely until about 1 7it5- Then
a broad silk ribbon, tied in a large bow
in front, was worn, and tlus in turn
was followed by white cambric stocks
buckled iu the back, and by muslin
cravats which were UeX iu frout a
illllN VOW.
In the early part of this century the
stiff linen collar had begun to he worn,
and the cravat was paied twice around
the collar, and tied in a Vauciful bow in
About 1820 cravats were made very
wide in the center, itul tapered off
toward the ends. Thirty years ago
stocks and cravats began to disappear,
and scarfs began to take their place.
From these scarfs, gradually growing
smaller, was developed the modern neat
A Simple Method t' IihiiiitnatiKK Whlf
out Mutclii',.
To instantly obtain a lijrht sufficient
to read the time by a watch or clock at
nltfht without the ofie of mutches, and
without the danger of sotting1 tilings on
fire, is an easy matter. Take an obtong
vial of the clearest of glass, put into
it a piece of phosphorous about the size
of a pea, upon this pour some pure olive
oil heated to the boiling jxiint; the bot
tle to be tilled about oue-third full,
then cork tightly. To use the light, re
move the cork, allow the air to enter
and then rccork. The whole empty
space in the bottle will then become
luminous, and the light obtained will be
a good one. As soou as the light be
comes dim its power can be increased
by opening the bottle and allowing a
fresh supply of air to enter. In very
cold weather it is sometimes necessary
to heut the vial bet ween the hands to
increase the fluidity of the oil. and one
bottle will last a winter. This ingen
ious contrivance may be carried iu the
pocket, and is used by watchmen of
I'aris in all magazines where explosive
jr inflammable materials are stored.
STONE t-UrttoTS.
Petrified Tree, Sr.HI MHmllng In Vuiiou,
I'arta oi the Worlil.
Stoue forests are found in various
parts of the world. In many cases they
are hardened by some peculiarity of the
atmosphere, and are found standing
just as they were when clothed with
green foliage, thousands of years ao.
The Little Colorado river in Arizona,
says the St. Louis Republic. b,is Icnitf
been famous as a locality for such flnris.
at one place more than one thousand
five hundred cords of sobd stone tree
trunks, sections, limbs and logs were
found by the government surveyors.
.uost ot them were sihcined; main
seven to ten feet in diameter aiul from
twenty to eighty feet in height, lieolo- I
gists say that the petrified trees of the
Little Colorado were once covered with
marl over one thousand feet in dcmii
Some of the trees have been changed to
jasper, and have assumed various hues;
others resemble opal, and, wh.'n ti:'o!i'n
open, the core is often found liner, will
crystals of the most :tntif i! tints
Louisiana and Ohio are ulso noted local
itiesfor petrified trees. In the forme:
state, several years ago, in turning up
the ground, an ancient forest was tin
earthed, tad, ia ftuoouMiuo, iw titera
below the first. Scientists, jurying
from the state of the trees, say tl.ni. ut
least titty thousand years elapsed be
tween the grow th of the fii-st and the
last forest, lu some parts of the island
of Antiqua, oue of the British leew ard
group, there are some remarkable ex
amples of stone forests. In Van Die
man's Land similar forests are known
to exist. Some of these are only partly
silicilled, while others are changed 10
chalcedony hard enough to cut glass.
A MiraculiMi, Tmnaxction.
Matching the stories of valuable' and
unappreciated oil paintings sold for a
song is one concerning a miraculous
transaction in Sevres china. Karlv iu
the past century a gentleman presented
a reverend friend with two vases as a
wedding present. These vases stood for
more than forty years on a cabinet in a
Somersetshire rectory, without attract
ing any partieulur notice, until a sale
took place after the owner's death, at
which they were bought for two guin
eas by a tradesman in Hath. Within a
week they resold for six hundred guin
eas to a liond street dealer, who speed
ily disposed of them to the late Lord
Derby for four thousand ffuineus.
Liznrj! Abnoi.d of Fentort, Mich.,
weighs only eighteen pounits, and ia
twenty-seven years old.
Ephkaim Hornf.b, of Donegal town
ship, has an apple tree which was in
full bearing in 1777. As it bore fruit
under liritish rule, its age is estimated
at one hundred and thirty years.
James Hendhrson, an old sailor at
Norfolk, Va., has an image of a full
rigged shiptattooed upon his arm which
is so small that it cannot be fully dis
tinguished without the aid of a magni
fying glass.
l!f IM8, Robert T. Barker, of New
Bedford, Mass., read the Uible through,
for the first time. Since that date he
has read it ninety-nine times. It usual
ly takes him two mouths to read it from
beginning to end.
A jtly caused the death of a man at
Vienna. He was walking the street
when the insect suddenly took a posi
tion on his forehead. As soon as it left
a swelling appeared and the man soon
afterward died of blood poisoning.
A Palmyra woman could not believe
her own eyes recently when she found
a strawberry measuring six inches in
circumference. An investigation
showed that it was made of no less
than eleven berries which had grown
together, making a great sight.
A HOUSE belonging to John Burtless,
of Tipton, Mich., was found to be cov
ered with honey bees the other day and
a fire had to be built to remove them.
The horse may die.
A farmer near Amite, La., owns a
horse that will not drink from the
watering trough if any of the mules
drink first. He does not seem to object
to drinking after horses, but draws the
line at mules.
A house at Irvington, Cal., that was
annoyed while taking his daily meal
from a bucket by a fiock of hens,
especially by one big black hen, one
day turned his bucket over on his tor
mentor and left her imprisoned under
it, where she remained till the next
The Springfield Republican records a
notable horse trade made in tiiat vicin
ity: "A well-known jockey secured a
showy colt and hied himself to the Dale
;o see the boys. When he came back
te was driving a fine black horse, lead
ng a good bay, while there followed be
lind a pair of oxen, a cow, an old sow
aud eight pigs."
Why are the authors of books that
teach how to get rich invariably poor?
Why does a restaurant-keeper take
bis meals, when he can, at some one
else's restaurant?
Why does a man speak broken Eng
lish to a foreigner who cwuuJl vuidia'
stnd god lili?
Why docs a man who cannot make
another agree to his arguments shout
in 'stating them a second time?
AViiy do great men always wear bad
hats and bad men always wear good
hats, when they have the money to buy
the in?
Why does a man turn his head to ob
serve a pretty woman, while a wontan
mcarly turns her eyes to observe a
handsome man?
Why does a caller in an office build
ing, hotel or tenement house begin his
inquiries for some one he is seeking at
the top story instead of the basement?
N". Y. Sun.
A BQUinnKi. and a snake engaged in r
battle near Springfield, 0., and tin
squirrel came off victorious, killing hi.1
James Ci,ARKof New Moorefield, O.,
has a cat which has adopted an infant
polecat and is as attached to Has to her
own kittens.
Thhke California lions were recently
killed by a hunter in Fresno county.
One of thera measured fully eight feet
from tip to tip. The other two were
nearly as large.
A parrot in New York has had more
than twenty owners, and has scared
each one out of his wits by screaming
"fire!" at an early hour in the morning,
until the whole house was aroused.
A ritAlNEO bat belonging to William
lester. of Spring Hill, I'a., conveys
oessages like a carrier pigeon. Its
speed is very great more than two
miles a minute. It recently flew a mile
u twenty-seven and three-quarter sec
onds. Vincent OkAst, of Lower Oxford,
Pa., witnessed a combat between an
wl and a smaller bird, and when the
'iltle ono seem d to be getting the
vorstoi the battle he went to her as
sistance. The owl thereupon attacked
riim and bit him in the arm and face.
A Vienna doctor has declared that
cancer can be arrested by an injection
of one of tho coal-tar derivatives,
nethyl violet.
A new autiseptic called microcidinc
has been discovered. It is a powder,
'orined of tmnhthol and soda. It is al
ui t harmless, and is neither poisonous
ior irritant.
In Australia, where deadly snakes
.bound, it has been discovered that
.trychnia is almost an iufallible cure
"'or their bites. The antidote acts quick
y, snake poison slowly. All physicians
u.se it.
A Lkipsic scientist has demonstrated
by facts and figures what most people
lave always believed, that colds are
ifteuer caught by those who wrap
'.betnselves up and avoid the severity of
.lie weather than by those who dare to
fcruvu the clement.
Or.oiTH consist simply of water divided
into minute globules or drops. They
litter in no essential respect from the
team emitted by a teakettle, or the
'nists and fogs that fill river valleys at
sunrise. These forms of water are all
produced in the same way. Portland
(Me.) Express.
The widow of Chief Justice Waitc,
hough seventy-one years of age, has
dark hair and a comparatively un
ivriukled face.
Mi,s. Amii.ie RivKS-CnAXi.Ert does
not figure iu the will of her late uncle,
F rancis E. Kives, who left an estate
valued at $3,000,000.
It was one of Hannibal Hamlin's
habits early in his carper never to let a
letter go unanswered over night, no
matter how insignificant the writer
Luitv nave oeen.
I -Most people put on a boiler-iron
Jacket when they go to church. Then
they sit and amuse themselves by
watching the truths glance off their
own shoulders and hit other people.
Occasionally they fly back and hit the
j preacher, UnnviUp Bm-f.
Before Starting on a Journey
A person nsually desires to gain some in
formation as to the most desirable route
to take, and will purchase tickets via the
one that will afford him theqnickest and
best service. Before starting on a trip to
Chicago or any point East, you should
provide yourself with a map aud time
table of the Wisconsin Central lines.
The trains run on this route are vesti
buled and equipped with Pullman's lat
est drawing room aleopers, elegant day
coaches and dining oars oi latest design,
bmlt expressly for this service, and are
exquisite iu furnishingB and convenient
and comfortable in arrangement and eo
oomplete in every detail that they have
no superior in comfort and elegance.
The dining car service le pronounceu uy
all the most elegant ever inaugurated,
and is operated iu the interest of its pa
trons. Fast trains via the Wisconsin Central
i:... lnnira f i tin uti nnli a Hnilv lit 1'2:45 D.
lure irn.r i.i.uuvuc".." j
m. and 6;'25 p. m., aud St. Paul at 1:30
p. m. and i :m p. ni., niiming invoiumc
connection with all trains from the West
and southwest.
For tiokets, time tables, bertb reserva
oi .nnl toft. F. MnNsill. (J. P.
It'll 'a M i .M-tlia Minn, nr to .LlS.
C. Pond, general passenger and ticket
. . . ru IUUIP
agent unioao in. ""
The Golc'&rated French Sure,
Is Sold oh a
to euro any
formof uervout
disease, or any
disorder of the
generative or- AFTER
fa ut of either sex whether arislug from th
txceenive use ot Stimutauu, Tobacco or OpiuiUt
or through youthful indiscretion, over Indulg
ence, Ac, such as Loss of Bra!n Power, Wakeful
nesi, Beariug down Paius iu the Back, Seminal
Weakness, Hysteria, Nervous Prostration Nocturn
al Emission., Leucorrhcea, Dizziness, Weak Mom.
ory, Lossol Power and Impotency, which if ne
glected often lead to prematureoldageand insan
ity. Price $1.00 a box, 6 boxes lor 5.00 Sent by
mail on receipt of price.
order, to refund the money If a Termaiieut
cure is not effected. Thousands of testimonial!
from old and young, of both sexes, permanently
nured by Aphroditini. Circular free. Add real
Sold iu Heppner by Slocum-Johnston Drug Co
CumoLXiTON, Ohexne Co., It.!, Nov. 89,
I highly reoommenil Pnetor Koenig's Nerve
Tonic to anwbody that has suffered from hoad
ache as my son did for ft years, because 2 bottle
ot the.uitidicine cured him. M. MoTICtCE.
Ztxt, Faulk Co., Dak., Not. "88.
I was troubled with forgetiulneas and tried
many remedies, but of no use I had almost
-despaired when somebodyrocomraended Pas
tor Koenig's Nerve Tonio. I tried it and took
but a bottiea of it, which brought baok my
memory as (rood as ever. 1 therefore recom
mend this remedy to all sufferers; it tfoel
more than expected, it speaks for itself.
A VnlnniilA Ronlr on Nervou
rMseaMJS sent free to any adtire n.
and iMor pnuonthi can aJRo ootmn
Uils medicine t'ren of charge.
This remedy has beon Dmfmd by the Itevor
endPastorKoenig,oJflft' ' ane.f-Dd., since 1878.
and is now prepared jiaer his direction by the
KOENIC MED. CO., Chicago, III.
Sold by Druggists at SI per Bottle. 6 for
Sr.. Lance Size, gt.TB. 6 Bottles for tt.
Sold in Portland. Oron, by Suell,
lleitshu & Woodurd.
Its wear Id if qua itiea are unsurpassed, actually
outlasting two boxes of any other brand. Not
fiected by beat. "iH I i UEOEA I
Land Ollice at The DuIIpb, Or., May 23, '92.
Notice is hereby given that the following-named
settler has riled notice of his intention to
make final proof in support of his claim, and
that said proof will be mude before J. W. Mor
row," ounty Clerk of Morrow county, Oregon,
ax ileppner, Oregon, on July u, IS'.'-, viz. :
D. 8. No. 7(."9, (Com. "G." Feb. 27, 1892.) for the
NW'ri Mec. 'Jit, Tp. 3 3. R 2f, EWM.
He names the following witnesses to prove his
continuous residence upon, and cultivation of,
said land, viz:
Mat Hughes, Arthur Daly, Wm. Hughes and
Patrick Qiiaid, all of Heppner, Oregon.
Oregon. John W. Lewis,
402-502 Register.
Laud Office at The Dalles, Or., May 25. 1892.
Nolii-e is hereby given that the following
named settler ban tiled notice of his intention
to make Html proof in support of his claim, ami
that said proufu ill be made before County
i'lei k of Morrow County, Or., at Ileppner, Or.,
on July !, 1W2, viz:
Hd. No. 1953, for the SW NW Wfc SWfc and
SE4 fcsW'H Sec, &!, Tp. 1 , R 2(i E.
He names the following witnesses to rove his
continuous residence upon and cultivation of
said land, viz:
Cyrus N. Shlnn. William V. Kirk, Charles W.
Valentine and Jederson D. Kirk, all of Lexing
ton, Oicgon. John V. Lewis,
4i'2-502 Register.
Land Office at La Grande, Or., May 27, 1S"2.
Notice is hereby given that the following
named settler has tiled notice of his intention to
make final proof in support of his claim, and
that said proof will be made before the County
Clerk of Morrow county, at Ileppner, Or., on
JuiyU, Ubft, vii:
Hd No. SOS i for the SV4 Sec 10, Tp 2 S, R 2S E,
IV. M.
Ho names the following witnesses to prove
hiH continuous residence upon and cultivation
of, said land, viz:
George Vinson, J. A. Thompson, of Hcppner,
Or., A. J. Tillard, Dave I'rjeley, of Lena, Or.
William A. Jones take notice.
A. Cleavkr.
93-503. Register,
Land Office at Ia Grande. Or., May 31, 1892.
Notice Is hereby piven that the following
named settler has tiled notice of his intention to
make final proof in support of his claim, and
that said proof will be made before the County
Clerk of Morrow county, Oregon, 011 July 13,
1SW, viz.:
D. 8. No. 9955 for the N'i of NEl, and N1, of
NWi4, Sec . Tp 1 B, R 28 E W M.
He name the following witnesses to prove his
continuous residence upon and cultivation of
said laud, viz:
John H. Williams. John B viand, Robert John
son. Amous Missildine, all oi Heppner, Oregon.
484-5U4 A. Cleave tt, Register,
Notice Is hereby itiveu to the stockholders of
the Morrow County Land A Trust Co., hat a
meeting will be held at the oihee of the compa
ny, in Ileppner. Oregon, on Saturday evening,
JnlyS. Im2, for the purpose ot" voting upon the
reduction ot the capital stock of ..company from
tlitt.wW.00 to Ko.OU'.HO.
By order of the director,
J. B. fcjPRKRY,
T E Ffll, Vice President.
e.rets.r 1M 'JH
ftbirfRv a? krSi
Land Office at The Dalles, Or., June, 13, lwe.
Notice is lierebv given that the followin
named settler has filed notice of his Intention to
make n nal proof in support of hie claim, and thu.t
raid proot will be made before the County
Clerk of .Morrow County. Oregon, at Ileppner,
Oregon, ou July 30, is;fj, viz:
(Hd No. 2101) fortheaK'SKSecIl, NEK NK,
Sec 10, and N NW4. Sue 11. Tp ;i S, R 2f. E. .
He nunies the following witnesses to prove his
continuous residence upon and cultivation of,
said laud, viz:
VV. E. Kahlcr, J. W. Banister, A. M. Royae, D.
N. Hnnlmim, all of Iltirdnmn, Oregon.
I'.i'.i-.'ttii John V. Lewis, Register.
Lund Office at La Orandc. Or., June 1, 1S!I2.
Notice is hereby given that the following
nunied settler lias tiled notice of his intention
to make linul proof in support of his claim, and
that said proof will be made before the
county clerk of Morrow county, Oregon, at
Ileppner, Oregon, on July Hi, viz.:
Hd No. 4807, for the of SE, Bee 21, aud WU
Of .Sec Tp 3 8, R 27 E, W M.
He names the following witnesses to prove his
continuous rebideu.ee upon, and cultiva tion oi
said hind, viz:
John N. Elder, A. J. McKenzie, Richard Nev
ille, U. A. Herreu, all of Ileppner, Oregon.
41-5-505 A. CLEAVER, Renter.
While you keep your subscription paid up yen
oan keep your brand in free of charge.
Allyn. T, J., lone, Or. Huraea ti(i on left
Bhoulder; cattle name on left hip, under bit on
riuht ear, and upper bit on the left; range, Mor
row county.
Armstrong, J. 0., Alpine, Or. T with bar un
der it on left shoulder of horeeB; cattle same
on loft hip.
Allison, O. D., Eight Mile. Or. Cattle brand,
O D on left hip and horses same brand on right
shoulder Range, Eitf.it Mile.
Adkins, T C, Dayville, Or - Straight mark across
the thigh and two crops and a slit in the right ear;
horaeB, X upside down on th right shoulder.
Range in Grant county and Hew yaiiev. PO
add reus also at Hardmun.
Adkins, J. J., Heppner, Or, Horses, JA eon
neuted on left flank; cattle, same on left hip.
Ayers, Johnny, Lena, Or. Horses branded
triangle on lott hip; cattle same on right hip;
also crop off right ear and upper bit on efime.
Rlyth, Percy H., Heppner, r.--Horses. Roman
cross on right shoulder. Range in Morrow
Rleakman, Geo., Hardman, Or. Horses, a flag
nr left shoulder: cattle same on riuht shoulder.
Bannister, J. W., Hardman, Or. Cattle brand
ed H on left hip and thigh: split in each ear.
Brenner, Peter, (mcseberry Oregon Horses
branded P B on left shoulder. Cattle same on
right Biae.
Unrke, M 8t C, Long Creek, Or On cattle,
MAY connected on left hip, oiop off left ear, un
der half orop off right. Horses, same brand on
letft shoulder. Range in Grant and Morrow
Bowsrnan. A.. Mount Vernon and Rnrnn. Or
t attle, A H on right hip, two crops in each ear;
same on horses, on right shoulder. Range in
Grant and Harney counties.
Broeman, Jerry, Lena, Or. Horses branded 7
on right shoulder; cattle H on the left Bide.
Left ear half crop and right ear upper elope.
Barton, Wm., Heppner, Or. -Horses, J B on
right thigh; cattle, same on right hip; split in
each oar.
Brown, lea, Lexington, Or. Horses IB on the
right stifle; cattle same ou right hip; range, Mor
row county.
Brown, J .P., Heppner, Or. Horses and cattle
branded 8 with ox-yoke above on left shoulder,
Brown, J. C, Heppner, Or. Horses, circle
C with dot in oei ter ou left hip; cattle, same.
Brown, W. J., Lena, Oregon. Horses W bar
over it, on the left shoulder. Cattle same on left
Boyer, W. G., Heppner, Or. norBfls, box
Dmnu on rigm nip cattle, same, with Bplit in
ohcIi ear.
Borg, P. O., Heppner, Or. Horses, P B on left
Bnouiuur: came, same on len mo.
Browniee, W. J., Fox,Or ( 'attle, JB connected
on left aide: orou on left enr and two sniits mid
middle piece cut out on right ear; on horses same
Draun on tne leit wngn; uange in J ox valley,
Grant, conntv.
v with quarter circle over it, on lett shoulder,
and on left stifle on all coltB under 5 years; on
left shoulder only on all horses over 5 years. All
raue in Grant county.
Clark. Wm. H.. Lena. Or. Ilorspfi WHO fion-
nected. on left shoulder; cattle Bame on right
hip. Range Morrow and Umatilla counties.
Cate, Chas. R Vinson or Lena, Or, Horses
n C on right Bbouider; cattle same on right hip.
Range Morrow aud Umatilla counties.
Cochran. Chas.. lone. Or. Hoi-Hen. HP (inn
nected 00 left shoulder; cattle, V on both left
hip and stifle. Range in Morrow county.
Cannon, T. B.,Long Creok, Or.--T cm cattle on
riht side. oroD off risrht ear and slit in left ear.
Our horses same brand on left shoulder. Range
m urani counts-.
Cecil, Wm., Douglas, Or.; horaes JC on lef
shoulder; catle same on left hip, waddles on
each jaw and two bits in the right ear.
Curl, T. H., John lay. Or. Double cross on
each hip on cattle, swallow fork und under bit
iu right ear, split in left ear. Range in Grant
county. On sheep, inverted A and spear poiut
ou shoulder. Ear markou ewes, crop on left ear,
punched upper bit in right. WetherB, crop iu
right and under half orop iu left ear. All range
iu Giant couutv.
Crosby, A. A. .Heppner, Or. Cattle bfanded"-L
(orh L connected) on the right shoulder.
Cook, A. J., Lena, Or. Horses, 90on right shoul
der. Cattle, same on right hip: ear mark square
orop off left and split in right.
Uurrin.lt. 'M Currinsvilie, Or. -Horses, G on
left stifle.
Cochran, J II Monument, Or Horses branded
T 1 & A on left shoulder. Cattle, same on right
hip, swallow fork in right ear and crop olfl eft.
Cox A English, Hardman, Or. Cattle, C with
E in center: horses, Cl on left "up.
Cupper, H. A., Monument, Or. Horses H C
on It ft ehonlder. cattle U 0 on loft side, swal
low fork on right ear.
Cochran, R. E., Monument, Grant Co, Or.
Horses brnnded 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
d on right hip. Cattle brauded the same.
Gross, 8 L, Dayville, Or Cattle branded two
crops and a Bplit in left ear; on hoiBes a
reversed Z on left stifle. Also have the following
brands on cattle: 12 on left hip, 7 on right hip,
Tl on loft Bhoulder, two parallel bars on left
shoulder. Ear marks, two crops.
Ooonan. Wm., Heppner, Or. Horses branded
00 with bar over them, on left shoulder; cat
tle same on left hip.
Douglass, W. M , Galloway, Or. Cattle, R 1 on
right side, swailow-fork in each ear; horses, R 1)
on left hip.
Douglas, O. T., Douglas, Or Horses TD on
the right stifle; cattle same on right hip.
Duncan, W, P., John Day.Or. Quarter circle
on right shoulder, both on horses and cattle.
Range Grant county.
Driskeil, W. E., Hnppner, Or. Horses branded
K inside of O on left shoulder. Cattle same on
left side of neck.
Ely. J. B. & Hons, Donglas, Or. HorBes brand
ed ELY on left shoulder, cattle same ou left
hip. hole in right ear.
Elliott, Wash., Heppner, Or. Diamond on
right shoulder.
Eisk, Ralph, Prairie City, Or Horses R P on
right shoulder; cattle, on right hip. Range in
Grant county.
Eleek, Jackson, Heppner, Or. Horses, 7F
connected on right shoulder; cattle, same on
right hip. Ear mark, hole in right and crop
off left.
Florence, L. A., Heppner, Or. Cattle, LP on
right hip; horeea. J? with bar under on right
Florence. 8. P. Heppner, Or Horses. on
right shor.Idoi ; cattle, if on right hip or thigh.
Hay, Henry, Heppner, Or. GAY on left
(ioble, Frank, Heppner, Or. Horses, 7 F on
left, stitle; cattle, same on right hip.
Oilman-French, Land and Live Stock Co., Fos
sil, Or. Horses, anchor 8 on left sheulder; vent,
same on left stifle. Cattle, same ou both hips;
oar marks, crop off right ear and underbit in left.
Range in Gilliam, Grant, Crook aud Morrow
Gentry, Elmer, Echo, Or. Horses branded H.
S. with a quarter circle over it, on left stifle.
Range in Morrow and Umatilla counties.
Gil twitter, J. C, Prairie City, Or. On horses,
O-O on left shoulder and stifle; cattle, on right
side, RaDae in Grant county.
Hams, James, Hardman Or. Horses shaded
2 on left shoulder; cattle same on left hip. Range
in and about Hardman.
Hayes. Geo.. Lena, Or, Brand JH connected,
with quarter circl over it, on left shoulder.
lliatt A. B., Ridgy, Or. Cattle, round-top
with quarter circle under it ou the riU Jup.
Jkaa ia VeM ri B tilU wwtiti.
llinton A Jenks, Hainiltou, Or Cat tie, two bars
on either hip; crop in right ear and split in left.
Horses, J on right thigh. Range in Grant county.
Hughe, Samuel, Wagner, Or T PL on right
shoulder on horses; on cattle, on right hipand on
loft side, swallow fork in right ear and slit in lef U
Range in Haystack district, Monvw county.
Hall. Edwiu. John Day.Or. Cattle E Hon right
hip; horses same on right shoulder, bangein
Grant county.
Hughes. Mat, Heppner, Or. Horses, shaded
heart on the left shoulder. Range Morrow Co.
Hunsaker, B , Wagner. Or. HorBes, 9 on left
shoulder; ca tie, 9 on left hir-
Hardisty, Albert, Nye, Oregon HorseB, AH
connected, on left shoulder; Cattle on the left
hip, crop off left ear,
Humphreys, J M, Hardman, Or. Horses, H on
let! tiar.k
Hiatt, Wm. E., Ridge, Or. Horses branded
bar cross ou left shoulder: cattle same on left
rJayes. J. M., Heppner. Or. Horses, wineglass
on left shoulder cattle, same on right hip.
Ivy, Alfred. Long Creek, Or Cattle 1 Don
right hip, crop off left ear and bit in right. Horses
same bntnd on left shoulder. Range n Grant
Huston. Luther. Eight Mile, Or. Horse H on
the left shoulder and heart on the left stifle Cat
tle same on lef t hip. Kange in Morrow county.
Jenkins. D. W.,Slt. Vernon,Or. J on horeeson
left shoulder; ou cattle, J on left hip and two
amooTft crops on both ears. Range tn Fox and
Bear valldi 8
Junk in, S. M., Heppner, Ot. Horses, horse
shoe J on left shoulder. Cattle, the sama,
Range on Eiaht Mile. t
Johnson. Eelix, Lena, Or. Horeea, cireleT On
left eune; cattle, same on right hip, under half
crop in right and solit in left ear -
Kenny, Mike, Heppner, Or. Horeea branded
RNY on left hip. cattle same and crop off left
ear: under elopa on the right
Keller, Hichard, Blnnton. Grant county, Or.
E K in square, cattle on leii (tip; horses same
on left slt'mhlr. Hs';kc Beer liMv.
Kirk, J. T., Hepprer, Or. Horst-s rtfl on lett
shoulder; cat f le, W on leit hip.
Kirk. J C, i:oppcr. Or. HorPcn. 17 on either
flpnk:eiittle IT mi rifcht s;de.
Kirk. jHfjHfi, Hupjmer, or.: hnr-p 11 on left
shoulder; cattle ta.ne oil light side, und"rhii ou
rik'ht eiir.
Kumbflrlartd,W.G..Monnt Vernon, Or. -I L 011
cattle ou right and left sides, swaMuw fork in It ft
ear and undnr emu in right ear. Horses s;tme
brand on left shoulder. Range in Grant count w
Kuenwy. Eli, Heppner, Or.-Horfes ,1 L and
ace of clubs on lett stifle. Ruuge in Umatillu
anil QiOri'nw counties
Lesley, M C. Monument, Or A triangleVtwith
all lines extending pa t body of figure un SSI hor
ses on left shoulder, ou cattle diamond ou left
shoulder, split iu righ-., sua iuie- rt m left ear
Range iu Grant comity and to rnrtsof John Day
Ieuhcy, J V . Heppner Or. Horses branded L
N 011 left shouldor; catliesnmeon left hip; wal
tie over rirflit cy three slits in right ear.
Loften, Htepmm, J? ox. Or. M L ou left hip
on cattle, crop and split on right ear. Horses
same brand ou left shoulder. Range Grant
Liouallcn, John W., LHt qr, -n Or, HorBes
branded half-euole JL connected on left shoul
der. Cattle, same ou left hip. Range, near Lex
ington. Lord, George. Heppner. Or. Horses branded
double U coi.nectc Sometimes called a
swing H, on left shoulder.
Maxwell, M. H., Oooseberry, Or. Horses brand
ed long link on left shoulder; cattle, same on
lef i hil). Kill mnrk mwlor Kit in uft &,,n
Minor, Oscar, Huppner, Or. Cattle, M D ou
right hip; horsB. M un lef t shouldor.
Morgan, ti. N.. lleminnr. (Jr. Tinman M
on left should") cattle same on left hin.
McCumber, Jos A, Eeho, Or. Horses. M with
bur over on right shoulder.
JVianr.. B. U,, i.ena, Or. Horses-old mares ZZ
On right hlli: VOllm? Sf(1nlr Himilt to. .1,, Uf.
T on Toft shoulder and left thigh; cattle'. L ou
11111 Lilian.
Mitchell. 0car, lone, Or. Horses, 77 on right
hip; catue. 77 on right side.
McClaren, D. G Brownsville. Or, Horses,
Figure ft on each shoulder; cattle. Wl on hu
McKeru.W.J. Mount Veriinii. 1 ir V I n nnttla
on right hip, crop iu right ear. half crop m left
same brand on horeeB on left hiu. Range iu Graut
Mccariy, Uavid H Echo, Or. Horses branded
DM connected, on the left shoulder: cattle same
on hip and side.
McGirr, Frank, Fox Valley, Or. Mule shoe
with toe-cork on cattle on ribs and under in
each ear; horses same brand on left stifle,
McHaley, tJ. V., Hamilton, Or. On Horsea, B
with half circle unuer on left shoulder; on Cattle,
four bars connected on top on the right side
Range in Grant County.
Neul. Andrew. Lone Rock. Or. Horses A N con
nected on left shoulder; cattle same on both hips.
Newman, W. R., Heppner, Or. Horses U
with half circle over it on loft shoulder.
Nordyke, E., Hilverton, Or. Horses, circle 7 on
left thigh; cm tie. same on left hip.
Oliver, Joseph, Canyon City, Or. A 2 on cattle
on left hip; on horses, same on left thigh. Range
in Grant county,
Oiler, Perry, Lexington, Or. P O ou left
slum. dei.
Olp, Herman, Piairie City, Or. On cattle, O
LP connected on left hip; horses on left uti lie
and wurtle on nose, Range in Grant county.
Pearson, Oluve, Eight Mile. Or. Horsos, quar
ter circle shield on left shoulder end 24 on left
hip. Cat He, fork in left ear, right cropped. 24
on left hip. Range on Eight Mile.
Parker A Gleason. Hardman, Or, Horses JP on
left shoulder.
Piper, J. H., Lexington. Or. Horses, JK con
nected 01. left shoulder; cattle, same on loft hip.
under bit in each ear.
Pat borg, Henry Lexington. Or. Horses brand,
ed witli a Routai. crows on left Bhoulder; cattle
branded with Roman cross, bar at bottom, ou
left hip.
Pettys, A. C, lone, Or,; horses diamond P on
- Mhonlder; cuttle, J H J connected, on tho
left hip, upper slope in left ear und Blip in the
Putter, Dan, Lexington Horses branded MP
connected ou left bhoulder; cuttle same on right
Powell, JohnT.. Dayville, Or Horses, J P con.
nee ed on left shoulder. Cattle OK couueoted on
left hip, two under half crops, oue on each ear,
wattle under throat. Range iu Grant county.
Uickaxd, G.D., Cauyoa City. Of. ou kft
aWahier.esi horsea nlr. Ueege Canyon entnk
and Bfiir valley, Grant county.
Rood, Andrew, Hardman, Or. Horses, square
oroHf with quarter-circle over it on left stifle.
Reningor, Chris, Ileppner, Or. Horses, U it on
left shouhim.
Rice. iJan, Hardman, Or.; horses, throe panel
worm fence on left shoulder; caale, DAN un
right shoulder. Range near Hardman.
Kudio, Win, Long Creek, Or. Bruuds horses
R 01 right shoulder. Range. Grant aud Morrow
Royae, Aron, Ileppner, Or Horses, plain V on
left shoulder; cattle, same brand reversed on
right hip und crop oif right oar. Range in Mor
row county.
Rush Bros.. Hen oner. Or. Horses hrnmluH X
on tho right, shoulder; cattle, IX on tho left nip.
crop off left ear and dewlap on neck. Range ie
Morrow and adjoining counties.
Rust, William, Pendleton, Or. Horses K oa
left shoulder; cattle, K on left, hip, crop oft
right ear, underbit on" left ear. Hheep, Ft on
weathers, round crop off righ ear. Range Uma
tilla and Morrow c mntiea.
Reanoy, Andrew, Lexington, Or. HorBei
branded A R on right shoulder, vent quartet
circle over brand; cattle same on right hip.
Range Morrow county.
Ruyse, Win, H, Dairyville, Or HR connected
with quarter cirnle over top on cattle on right hip
and crop off right ear and split in left. Horses
same brand on left shoulder. Range in Morrow.
Grant and Uilliam counties.
Hitter. J E, Bitter, OrThroe parallel bars
witn bar over on horses on left hip; on cattle, left
side, two smooth crops, two splits iu each eat.
Range in Middle Fork of John Dav.
Rector. J. W., Heppner, Or. Horses, JO Ok
lef t shoulder. Cattle, Q on right hip.
Spickimll, J. V., Gooseberry, Or. Horsea
branded , SI ou left shoulder; xango in Morrow
Bpray, J. F Heppner, Or. Horses branded hi
connected 01. rifjht shoulder; cat tie same on both
Hailing, C C Heppner, Or Horses hranded 3 A
on left shoulder; cattle same on left hip.
8waggarr, B. E., Lexington, Or.-Horses 2
with dash under it on lef l stitie. cattle H with
dash under it on right hip, crop oft right oar and
waddled on right hind leg. Rauge in Morrow,
Gilliam and Umatilla counties.
Bwaggart, A. L., Ella. Or. Horses brande- 2
on left shoulder; cettle same ou left hip. Crop
on our, wattle on left hind leg,
(Straight W. E., Heppner, Or. Horses shaded
J U ou loti stifle; cattle J B on left hip, swallow
fork in right ear, underbit in left.
bwaggari , L, Alpine, Or. Horses, H 8 on right
bapp. Thos., Heppner, Or. Horses, H A P on
left hip; cattle same on left hip.
JShirtz, James, Long Creek, Or. Horses. 3 on
left stifle aud over 2 on left shouldor.
Mhrierjoho, Eox, Or. MI foiinected on
horses on right hip; cauie, eame on right hip,
crop oil right ear and under bit in lef t ear. Range
in Grant comity.
Hmith Bros,, John Day, Or H Z on cattle ou
le t shoulder.
ritephens, V. A., Hardman, Or-; horsea 8Son
right siiilo; cattle horizontal L on the right Bide
btevenson, Mrs A. J., Heppner, Or, Cattle, ti
on right hit ; swallow-fork in left ear.
Bwaggart, G. W., Heppner, Or. Horses, 44 on
left stiouldei ; cattle, 44 on left hip.
Htewart, Geo,, Hardman, Or. Horses circle
or left shoulder.
atone. Ira.Bickleton, Wash, Horses, keystone
on left shoulder.
fcjiniih, E. E. Lone Rock, Or. Horses branded
a crossed seven on left shoulder; cattle same on
left aide. Range, Gilliam county.
Bperry, E. G.. Heppner, Or. Cattle W C on
left hip, crop off right and underbit in left year,
dewlap; horses W t'on left shoulder.
Thompson, J. A,, Heppner, Or. Horses, g on
left ahoulo. r; cattle, 2 on left shoulder.
Tippete. fci. X., Lena, Or. Horsos, 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, II. M lone, Or. Horses branded
HT connected on left stifle; sheep same brand.
Vanderpool, H. T., Lena, Or; Horses H V oon
nected on right shoulder ;cat tie, same on right
Wal bridge, Wm., Heppner. Or. Horses, U. L.
on the left shoulder; cattle same on tight hip.
crop off left ear and right ear lopped.
Wilson, John y Balem or Heppner, Or.
Horsos brauded Jy on the left shoulder. Range
Morrow county.
Warren, W B. Caleb, Or Cattle, W with quarter
circle over it, on left aide, split ia right ear.
Hortien same brcuid ou left shoulder. Raugein
Grant ouuut.
Wo, V UnayrllW, 0-Bartm nones an
left stifle; on eattle, 2 on left side and under bit
in lef 1 ear. Range in Grant county.
Wright, Silas A. Heppner, Or. Cattle branded
O W on the right hip. square crop oh right ear
and split in left,
Wallace, Francis, Mount Vernon, Or Squareon
cattle on the left hip, upper slope in 1 he left,
ear and under slope in right ear. Bame brand
ou horses ou right shoulder. Range iu Harney
and Grant couniv.
Webster, J. 1,, Heppner. Or. Horse branded
with bar over J on right shoulder; cattle same
on right hip, crop oft left ear and split in each.
Range. Morrow county. 4
Wade, Henry, Heppner. Or. noreee branded
ace of spadeb on lett shoulder and left hip.
Cattle branded same on left side and left hip.
Wells, A. B., Heppner, Or. Horses, 0uo on left
shoulder: catt e same.
W oihnger, John, John Day City, Or On horsee
three parallel bars on left shoulder; 7 on stieep,
bit in both ears. Range in Granl and Malhuer
Wyiand, J H, Hardman, Or. Circle C on left
Woodward, John, Heppner, Or. Horeea, Cx
connected on left shoulder.
Watkins, Lishe, Heppner, Or. Horsee branded
pE connecteo on loft stitle.
Wallace, Charles, Portland, Or. Cattle, W on
right thigh, holt in left ear; horses, W on right
shoulder, sonn same on left shoulder.
Whittier Bros., Drewey, Harney aounty, Or. -Horwe
branded W B. connected on left shoulder.
Williams, Vasco, Hamilton, Or. Quarter cir
cle over three bars on left hip, both cattle and
hcrsee. Range Grant county.
Williams. J O. Long Creek. Or Horsee, qaar
ter circle over three bare ou left hip; cattle same
and slit in each ear. Range in Graut coanty.
Wren, A. A., heppner. Or. Horsee "inning A A
on shoulder; tame, same on right hip.
Young. J. 8.. Gooseberry, Or. Horn branded
T 8 on the right shoulder.