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NEW VARIETIES OF POTATOES.
Notes from The Rurnl New Yorker's Ex
The plot on which the new varieties of
potatoes were tested is naturally a thin,
impoverished loam with a hard clay sub
soil about 2J feet below the surface. It
was covered with horse manure at the
rate of twenty tons to the acre in Febru
ary, which was spaded under in early
April. Trenches were dug, as usual, 1
foot wide by 5 inches deep and 8 feet
apart (measuring from middle to middle.)
The pieces (two or three strong eyes)
were planted upon an inch of mellow soil
raked back in the bottom of the trenches
and covered with two inches of soil.
Then at the rate of 1 ,200 pounds of the
Mapes potato fertilizer was evenly
strewn over the soil in the trenches only,
and the trenches were refilled. Level
cultivation was given throughout. The
season was the driest known.
Early Wisconsin Six pieces were
planted April 20. Matured with Early
Rose. General shape and color like Early
Rose except that two hills were lighter
in color. Yield, 62 largo, 47 Bmall; weight,
18L4 pounds, or at tho rate of 736.08 bush
els to the aero. Eaten Nov. 8. Same
quality as Early Rose.
Ironclad Four piaces planted April
20. Yield, 37 large, 84 small 10 pounds,
or at the rate of 005 bushels to the acre
Not uniform in shape; eyes deep, whit
ish skin. Evidently this variety was not
grown from a single tuber originally,
Some are Peachblow in shape, others are
wedge shape. Intermediate as to matu
rity. Eaten Oct. 22. Flesh nearly white,
crystalline, breaking, but still watery.
Vaughan Six pieces planted April 20.
Yield, 39 marketable, 44 small; weight
1114 pounds, or at the rate of 448.70
bushels to the acre. Vines dead before
those of Early Rose. Among the earliest
of those tried the past season. Much
earlier than Puritan. Shape oblong, flat
tened, shapely, eyes not prominent, buff
skin. Eaten Nov. 17. Flesh color of
Rose, of the best quality.
Lemon's Prize Ten pieces planted.
Yield, 60 large, 64 small; weight, 17
pounds, or at the rate of 411.40 bushels
to the acre. It is an intermediate. Buff
skiu, irregular in shape, eyes deep. Eaten
Nov. 0. Flesh color of Rose, not as dry
or mealy, but very good.
Sir William A sport of White Ele
phant. Three pieces yielded 29 large
and 11 small, weighing 12) pounds, or
at the rate of 1 ,008. 33 bushels to the acre.
Buff skin, shape variable, often wedge
shape. Eyes medium as to number and
prominence. This has little in common
with the White Elephant as to shape.
Eaten Nov. 10. Flesh white, quality
llarly Walton Three pieces yielded 22
Jsrge and 8 small, weighing 8 pounds, or
at the rate of 645.33 bushels to the acre.
A handsome potato of Peachblow type.
Buff skin, a trifle inclined to pink. Eyes
medium as to size and number. Eaten
Oct. 29. White flesh, floury, nutty. It
may be considered as about perfect in
Vick's Perfection Threo pieces plant
ed not until Slay 14, yielded 16 large, 11
small, wcii,'hing 5' pounds, or at the
rate of 423.50 bushels to the acre. Shapo
ami color of Early Itose. Eaten Oct. 30.
(Quality similar to Early Rose.
Monmouth Pearl planted for compar
ison, yielded at the rateof 621.13bushels
to the acre. Hurbank planted for com
parison yielded at the rate of 726 bushels
to the acre. Considering tho exceeding
dryness of the season tho above yields
will seem large to many readers; these
are attributed to the trench system, but
to secure such large yields the trench
system must be thoroughly carried out
in every detail.
Fertilizers for Corn.
Professor Brooks, of the Hatch ex
periment station, at Amherst, recom
mends these corn fertilizers, which he
tested during the seasons of lH'JOand 1891:
No. 1 Muriate of potash 175 pounds,
dissolved bone black 175 pounds and
nitrate of soda 100 pounds.
No. 2 Muriate of potash 175 pounds,
plain superphosphate 150 pounds, bone
meal 100 pounds and dried blood 175
No. 3 Wood ashes 1 .500 pounds, bone
meal 100 pounds, nitrate of soda 100
No. 4 Wood ashes 1,500 pounds and
dry ground fish 400 pounds.
No. 5 Muriate of potash 175 pounds
and dry ground fish 400 pounds.
The ashes, bonemeal or tish should be
applied very early in the spring or late
iu winter. Apply all these fertilizers
broadcast and harrow in. Do not mix
a long time before use; especially is this
important in the case of Nos. 8 aud 4.
Between formulas 1, 2 and 3 there should
be but little difference in cost, but Nos.
8 and 4 will probably cast four or five
dollars per tou more. The amounts
given are those to be applied per acre.
SPRINO MANAGEMENT OF BEES.
A Talk by the President of the OliU
President Charles F. Muth, of Cincin
nati, in his address before the Ohio 6tate
convention, had the following to say on
the subject of Bpring management ol
Every beekeeper must decide for hiin
self whether he shall produce comb 01
extracted honey, or both. The main
question is how to produce the largest
crop. He may have tho most prolific
queens, he may have a successful win
tering, and his colonies be in fine condi
tion four or five weeks previous to the
beginning of the honey harvest, but,
misled by fine weathor and the lively
flight of his bees, he forgets that flowers
generally yield no honey just at that
period, and that the consumption of their
stores iB greatest when brood rearing is
at its best. Everything may seem pros
perous until he sees dead larvae at the
Upon examination he finds the hives
full of bees, no stores and little or no
larva? in the cells. The bees, being short
of food and moved by a sense of self
preservation, had sacrificed their young.
They had pulled their larva? out of the
cells and out of the hives in order to
make their stores hold out as long as
The bees ought to have been fed a
month previous to this time, and now
they must be fed without delay, and
plentifully, so as to induce them to breed
np again. But as it requires three weeks
before the first young bees will hatch
out after the eggs are laid and two weeks
more before they will become foragers,
and as the honey harvests hardly ever
last longer than four or five weeks, the
colonies will be in good condition again
just in time to be too late for that sea
son. The beekeeper has lost the earning
of his years labor, while by a timely
feeding he would have secured a good
crop of honey. It is just there where
most beekeepers make their mistake.
The bees' consumption of their united
stores begins with brood rearing, and in
the same ratio that the brood increases
the stores decrease. The question
whether more honey is consumed by out
door or indoor wintering is therefore
immaterial. The difference is small.
The old bees only are foragers, while
their young stay at home taking care of
the brood, preparing the cells for the re
ception of eggs' and honey, ripen the
honey and close the cells when filled. It
is therefore of great importance to have
the colonies strong in old and young
bees and ready for the harvest at the
time the season begins, which is, in
southern Ohio, the latter part of May,
tie time when the white clover comes
Of the many varieties tho bronze is at
present a favorite, writes a Kentucky
farmer's daughter in The Country Gen
tleman. She says:
Have pure bred stock by all means to
begin with, as their early maturity
renders them more desirable for home
use, as well as for market purposes;, and
if the strain be brought to anything like
perfection there is always a demand for
young stock as well as for eggs. Many
make the mistake of trying to keep tur
keys in the same yard with chickens.
They are most aristocratic fowls, abhor
ing all uncleanliness and disdaining to
associate with what they consider the
lower classes. In fact, their well being
demands a clean, dry run, well drained
and sunny, and an extensive range,
where they may gather for themselves
the food their wild nature suggests.
And although in all pleasant weather
their best roosting place is an airy perch
in the tree tops, yet a shelter at night
from the severe cold, the snow, and even
from chilling spring rains would be of
Unlike chickens, turkeys will not eat
any and everything; mine weTo always
healthier when allowed no meat or rich
food of any kind, dry grain of good
quality being preferred. Their drinking
vessels and feeding pans must be kept
very clean and wholesome, or they will
refuse to touch anything. At and just
previous to laying time the hens are
very fastidious, and all the variety pro
curable should be offered them, taking
care to feed them lightly on those grains
at all fattening in tendency, as Indian
corn in its various preparations, allow
ing instead a generous proportion of
those grains said to contain a preponder
ance of egg producing elements, as
wheat, oats and the like. Mine were
very fond of sorghum seed and of grass
seed from the floor of the hay loft, while
of ground foods wheat bran was their
favorite, especially if it was slightly
moistened with sweet milk. Milk, either
sweet or sour, buttermilk or clabber, is
highly appreciated, and as this is said to
be an excellent egg food the hens should
have all they will drink at this time,
care being taken to allow none to re
main in the trough over night, and so
become rancid and unwholesome. Some
green food they must have, and until
grass comes again this may be supplied
either in the shape of raw garden vege
tables, ensilage or sweet clover hay, cut
in half-inch lengths and steamed.
Here and There.
The president of the New Jersey state
board of agriculture favors the govern
ment's adopting the county free mail
delivery, believing that the mounted
carriers could take, not only the mails,
but weather reports. ,
According to the report of the depart
ment at Washington there has been an
increase of one-fourth in the production
of the potato in the past ten years.
Professor ByTon D. Halstead, of the
New Jersey experiment station at New
Brunswick, is getting up a collection of
weeds for the Chicago World's fair and
asks assistance from everybody who can
render it. A circular with particulars
may he obtained on request.
The National Horse Show association,
of New York, at their annual meeting
re-elected most of their old officers. The
premium list for the next November
show was increased to $40,000.
Fertilizers for harden Crops.
A bulletin from the Georgia experi
ment station makes it appear that in
fertilizers for garden crops nitrate of
soda is the best for earliness and that
cotton seed meal increases the yield iu
many instances. Cantaloupes come into
early growth aud vigor when fertilized
freely with nitrate of soda, but the later
ones do better when given cotton seed
meal. With beans the best growth was
obtained when nitrate of soda and cotton
seed meal together formed the source of
the nitrogen. Similar effects were ob
tained from other garden vegetables, so
that the conclusion is reached that
nitrate of soda is best for earliness.
LARGE WHITE YORKSHIRES.
Breed of Bum Swine Still In Favor
In England, a country that is slower
than ours, the Large White Yorkshire
breed is still in favor. Our illustration
shows a Large White Yorkshire boar
that won many prizes at British fairs.
It was not uncommon, in the days when
hogs were kept to a greater age than
they are now, for a Large White boar
to reach a weight of over 1,200 pounds.
LARGE WHITE YORKSHIRE.
Some of the sows of this breed have
been exhibited that had reached a weight
of 1,100 pounds.
These swine are large feeders, natu
rally, and take longer to mature than the
smaller breeds. The improved Large
White, however, is better than the
old in this respect. But for old or ma
tured pork there are none better than
these heavy white hogs. The Yorkshire
is a pig for the pen rather than for the
pasture. Yorkshire boars, like others,
are apt to become vicious and dangerous
if used longer than two years. The
pure bred Large Whites are kept to a
great extent for stock purposes to cross
with other breeds.
Bees In Spring.
The leaves and blossoms of the plants
are beginning to swell and open and the
boea are starting forth on their summei
labors. Work in the apiary will begin in
earnest. Old beekeepers well know the
importance of cleaning the house the
very first thing, and they will be about
their work in good season. Ten or fif
teen minutes' work will suffice for this,
and the dead bees, wax litter and other
accumulations should be swept out and
carried away. The movable bottoms
will show their convenience now, for
this will lessen the work considerably.
The spring of the year is the time for
those who wish to begin beekeeping to
enter into the ranks.
Aside from the cost of bees there is
little expense in starting an apiary in a
small way. Good colonies can be se
cured for about $6. The cost of the
other things needful will be a smoker,
$2; bee veil, 75 cents; honey extractor,
ilO; uncapping knife, $1.25; new hives
for swarms, $1 each. All that is needed
then is pluck and energy. Every farmer
should remember that the more bees wo
have the greater will be the distribution
of the fructifying pollen, and the greater
will be the yield of all plants. It is an
important question, then, to consider,
Will it not pay to keep bees, and start a
small apiary this spring? James Strahan
in American Cultivator.
A Hen Record.
I do not make a specialty of the poul
try business, but engage in it to make
the farm profitable, just as I keep sheep
and other stock. All get the very best
of care. I commenced on Jan. 1, 1891,
with 40 hens. About April 1, 10 fall
pullets began to lay, so there was an in
crease in record at that date. In June
the record was lowered, because 1 set so
many hens. I set 120 turkey eggs, of
which 80 were covered by hens. I raised
to maturity 40 pullets, and on July 20 1
bought 14 yearling hens, which raised
the record in August. In September
and October came the molting season,
and in November and December the
pullets began to lay. The following is
a record of each month; all fractions of
dozens are carried into the next month:
January 63 August U8
February..... 113 September 44
March 69 October 10
April 79 November 12
May 78 December 26
July 63 Total 683
I sold 508 dozen at an average price of
eighteen cents. I also sold seventy tur
keys for Thanksgiving and twenty cock
erels and kept some for family use. 1
have on hand 100 hens. I have just re
ceived one of Mann's bone cutters, which
does the work to perfection. J. V.. Clute
in Rural New Yorker.
The Latest Thing In Silos.
At the Vermont dairymen's conven
tion last month John Gould spoke upon
the latest improvements in silo building.
He said that the latest idea was to make
a single board wooden silo; matched
lumber put upon grooves and those
filled with paint. These boards are
nailed on to studding 2 by 6, set sixteen
inches from center to center, with a
foundation of 12-inch square stick of
timber bedded into the earth and
trenched in. The door is made by saw
ing down between two studdings. A
cleat is then nailed on to the studding,
and then coal tar paper put on so as to
press against the ensilage. Then nail
cleats on the studding and put the boards
back. One board is taken off at a time
as the ensilage is used, so as to keep the
top of the door levBl with the ensilage.
Ensilage is best put in cnt up, but if
put in whole it must be put in all one
way and not cobhouse fashion, or it will
rot. The best way is to hire an engine
and have it cut up, if this can be done
at a reasonable expense. The kind of
corn best suited for ensilage is that
which will do best in the part of the
country where the silo is to be built, and
will attain a full development. Hoard's
Plant trees on bare hillsides this
spring to make shade by and by for
your Ut8 stock. The trees will also
keep the land from baking ont brown in
August. After you plant the boshes
protect them till they get so large stock
cannot destroy them.
NOTICE OF INTENTION.
I.and Office at La Ornnde. Or., Mnv 31, 1
Notice Is herein- given that the followine
nsmwl 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
Sr' viz' rrow cou"l". Oregon, on July 13,
''" " JOBS MARSHALL.
P. 8. No. (Mtt for the NLj of NK;, and S of
N V Sec 33. Tp 1 S, R is F. W M.
He names the following witnesses to prove his
continuous residence upon aud cultivation of
said land, viz:
John H. Williams. John Bvland. Robert John
son. Amous MissiUline, all of Heppner. Oregon.
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NOTICE OF INTENTION.
Land Office at The Dalles, Or., June, 15, 1S02.
Notice Is hereby Riven that the following
named settler has filed notice of his Intention to
mnke final proof in support of hisclaiui.andthht
said proof will be made before the Comity
Clerk of Morrow County. Oregon, at Heppnur,
Oregon, on Julv .Hi, lwj, viz:
(Hd Vo. 2101) fortheaK'i SK;i,ec3, NEU NK'.i,
Sec 10, and N4 NW. Sec 11. rp6S, Bat.
He names the following witnesses to prove his
continuous residence upon and cultivation of,
said laud, viz:
W. K. Kahler. J. W. Banister, A. M. Royse, D.
N. Hardman, all of Hardman, Oregon.
John W. I.s wis. Register.
NOTICE OF INTENTION.
Land Office at La Grande, Or., June 1, 1S02.
Notice is hereby given that the following
named Bettler 1ms filed notice of his intention
to make tinal proof in support of his claim, and
that said proof will be made before the
county clerk of Morrow county, Oregon, at
Heppner, Oregon, on Julv 16, m viz.:
PATRICK QU AID.
Hd No 4807, for the N! of NEJi, Sec 21, and WV
of N '4, Sec '11, Tp 3 8, R 27 E. W M,
He names the following witnesses to prove his
continuous residence upon, and cultiva tion of
said land, viz:
John N. Elder, A. J. McKenzie, Richard Nev
ille, 1). A. Herrcn, all of Heppner, Oregon.
4113-oUS A. CLEAVEli, Register.
While yon keep yoor subscription paid up yen
can keep your brand in free of charge.
Allyn. T. J., lone, Or, Horses (itf on left
shoulder; cattle ame on left hip, nnder bit on
riRht ear, and upper bit on the left; range, Mor
ArniBtronif. J. O., Alpine, Or. T with bar un
der it on left shoulder of horaeB; cattle same
on If ft hip.
Aliiaon, O. D., Eicht Mile. Or. -Cattle brand,
O D on left hip and horses same brand on right
shoulder. Kan kg. Eight Mile.
Adkins, T C, Dayville, Or- Htraight mark across
the thigh and two crops and a slit in the right ear;
horses, x upside down on the right shouldr.
hnnge in Grant county and Bear valley. PO
address also at Hardman.
Adkins, J. J., Heppner, Or. Hones. JA con
not-wi on iMttliank: cattle, same on left hip.
Ayers, Johnny, Lena, Or. Horses branded
triangie on lett hip; cattle same on right hip;
also crop off righl ear and upper bit on Bame.
Blyth, Percy H,, Heppnor, Of. Horses. Human
cross on right shoulder. Itange in Morrow
Bleakman, Geo., Hardman, Or. Horses, a flag
or left shoulder; cattle same on right shoulder.
bannister, J. W., Hardman, Or. Cattle brand
ed B on left hip and thigh; split in each ear.
Brenner, Peter, iiniseberry Oregon Horses
branded PB on left shoulder. Cattle same on
Burke, M St C, Long Creek, Or On cattle,
MAY connected on left nip, oiopoff left ear, un
der half crop off right. Horses, same brand on
letft shoulder. Kange in Grant and Morrow
Boweman, A., Mount Vernon and Barns, Or.
Cattle, A h on right hip, two crops in each ear;
same on horses, on right shoulder. Kange in
Grant and Harney counties.
Broaman, Jerry, Lena, Or. Horses branded 7
on right shoulder; cattle H on the left side.
Loft ear half crop and right ear upper slope.
Burton, Wm., Hoppner, Or. -Horses, J B on
right thigh, cattle, same on right hip; split in
Brown, Inn, Lexington, Or. Horses !l) on the
right stifle; cattle same on right hip; range, Mor
Brown, J .P., Heppner, Or.HorseB and cattle
branded 8 with ox-yoke above on left shoulder.
Brown, J. C, Heppner. Or. Horses, circle
C with dot in m teron loft hin: RHt.rln unma.
Brown, W. J.. Lena, Oregon. Horses W bar
over it, on the left shoulder. Cattle same on left
Hoyor, w. G Heppner, Or. Horses, box
brand or riuh. hin cuttle, hatha, with anllr. in
Uoni. P. O.. Hennner. Or. Horses. PR lft
shoulder: cattle, same on left hip.
Bruwnlee, W. J., Fox, Or Cattle, JB connected
on left side; crop on left ear and two splits and
mmuie p.oce cut out on ngnt ear; on norses same
brand on the left thigh; Kange in j?'ox valley,
Cain,E., aleb.Or. Y D on horses on left stifle;
U with quarter circle over it, on left shoulder,
and on left stifle on all colts under f years; on
left shoulder only on all horses over 5 years. All
range in Grant countv,
Clark, Wm. H., Lena. Or. Horses WHO con
nected, on left shoulder: cattle same on right
hip. Kange Morrow and Umatilla counties.
Cate, (.'has. K Vinson or Lena, Or. Horses
H C on right shoulder; cattle same on right hip.
Kange Morrow aud Umatilla counties.
Cochran, Chan,, lone. Or. Horses, HP con
nected on left shoulder; cattle, V, on both left
hip and Btifle. Kange in Morrow county.
Cannon, T. B., Long Creek, Or.Ton cattle on
right side, croo off riirht ear and slit in Inft nnr.
Our horses same brand on left shoulder. Kange
Cecil, Wm., Douglas, Or.; horses JO on lef
shoulder; ca'tle same on left hip, waddles on
each jaw and two bits in the right ear.
Curl, T. H., John liny. Or. Double cross on
each hip on cattle, swallow fork and under bit
in right ear, split in left ear. Kange in Grant
county. On ehcep, inverted A and spear point
on shoulder, Ear markoa ewes-crop ou left ear,
Dnuched uoDer bit in ritrhr:.. Wttl.lmra inm in
right a"d under half crop in left ear. All range
1U UrUUL UOUULV,
Crosby, A. A., Hoppner, Or. Cattle branded "-L
(orH L cor nected) on the right shoulder.
Cook, A. J., Lena, Or. Horses, UUun rightshonl
der. Cattle, sanieon right hip: ear mark square
crop off left and split in right,
Currin.K. Curriiisville, Or. -Horses, a on
Cochran. J n Mnnnmnnf. Or Hnmoa VinmHa!)
T 1 & A on left shoulder. Cattle, same on right
uip. bwhiiow rorn in ngnt ear ana crop on! eft.
Cox & English, Hardman, Or. Caitle, C with
t in center: horses. CK on left Mp.
ritiiinHF H 1 T.,,.m., t 1T II ,1
on It ft shoulder, cattle H C on left side, swal
low iora on ngnt ear.
Cochran, K. E Monument, Grant Co , Or.
Horses branded circle with bar beneath, on loft
shoulder; cattle Bame brand on both hips, mark
under slope both ears and dewlap.
Chapin, H., Hardman, Or.HorseB branded
OH riirht lllD. Cattln hlfmdad l.hn unma
Cross. 8 L, Dayville, Or Cattle branded two
cropB and a split in left ear; on horses a
reversed Z on left Btifle. Also have the following
brands on cattle: 72 on left hip, 7 on right hip,
72 on left shoulder, two parallel bars on left
snouuier. n,ar mar us, two crops.
Doonan. wm., Heppner, Or. Horses branded
OO with bar over them, on left shoulder; cat
tle same on loft hip.
Douglass, W. M , Galloway, Or. Cattle, R D on
right Bide, BWa.low-fork in each ear; horses, K 1)
ou left hip.
Douglas, O. T Douglas, Or Horses TD on
the riirht Btifle: cattle nutria nn riirht hin
Duncan, W. P., John Day.Or. Quarter circle
n on riKiii aiioui'ier, ootn on norses and cattle.
Kange Grant county.
Driskell, W. E., Heppner, Or. Horses branded
K inside of O on loft shoulder. Cattle same on
left side of neck.
Ely. J. B. & HoUB. Dooclas. Or. Hnrana hi-nnr..
ed ELY on left shoulder, cattle same on left
hip. hole ir right ear.
Elliott, Wash., lleppner, Or. Diamond on
Eisk. Kalph, Prairie City, Or Horses, R F on
right shoulder; cattle, on right hip. Kange in
Eleek, Jackson, Heppner, Or. Horses. 7F
connected on riirht shoulder: nnit.ln an ma nn
right hip. Earmark, hole in right and crop
Florence. L. A.. Hennner. Or. Pnttla TP nn
right hip; horses F with bar under on right
Florence. B. P. Heppner, Or Horses, V on
right shoulder: cattle, b on rinrht hin nrfWh.
Gay, Henry, Heppner, Or. GAY on left
Goble, Frank, Heppner, Or Horses, 7 F on
left stifle: cattle, same on rinht hin.
Gilman-French, Land and Live Stock Co., Fos-
on, ji . riurtttw, (uiuiior o on len snouiuer; vent,
same on left stifle. Cattle, same on both hips;
ear marks, crop off right ear and underbit in left.
Kange in Gilliam, Grant, Crook aud Morrow
Gentry, Elmer, Echo, Or. Horses branded H.
8. with a quarter circle over it, on left stifle
Kange in Morrow and Umatillaconnties.
Giltwater, J. C, Prairie City, Or. On horses,
O-O on left shoulder and stifle; cattle, on right
Bide. Kange in Grant county.
Hams. James. Hardman Or. Hoi-am nhnrloH
2 on lefi shoulder; cattle same on left hip. Kange
Hajes. Geo., Lena, Or, Brand JH connected,
with quarter circl over it, on left shoulder.
Hiait A. B., Kidge, Or. Cattle, round-top K
with qnnrter circle under it on the right hip.
Kantte in Morrow and Umatilla counties.
Hinton & Jenks, Hamilton. Or Cattle, two bars
on either hip; crop in right ear and split in left.
Horses. J on riirht thiih. Knnvnin (irnt nonntt,
Hughes, bamuel, Wagner, Or T E L on right
snouuier on norses; on cattle, on ngnt hip and on
left side, swallow fork in right ear and slit in left.
Kange in Haystack district. Morvw county.
Hall. Edwin, John Day.Or. Cattle E Hon right
hip; horses same ou right shoulder, tango in
Hughes, Mat, Heppner, Or. Horses, shaded
heart on the left shoulder. Ranra Morrnw iUt.
Hunsaker, B , Wagner. Or. -Horsea, U on left
shouuier; ca tie. V on left hip.
Hardistv. Albert. Nye. Oretton Horses. AH
connected, on left shoulder; Cattle on the left
hip, crop on left ear,
Humphreys, J M. Hardman, Or. Horses, H on
lef i flank
Hiatt, Wm, E., Ridge, Or. Horses branded
bar cross ou left shoulder: cattle same on left
Hayes, J. M., Heppner. Or. Horses, winegli
nn luff f.hoiildi cattle, same on riirht hio.
Ivy, Alfred, Long Creek. Or Cattle I D on
risrht hm. crottotf left ear and bit in risht. Dorses
same brand on left shoulder, Kange n Grunt
Hnnron. Luther. Eiffht Mile. Or. Horse H on
the left shoulderand heart on the left stifle Cat
tle same on left htp. Kange in aiorniw county.
Jenkins, D. W.,Mt, Vera on, Or, J on horses on
left shoulder; on cattle, J on left hip and two
smooth crops on both ears. Kange in Fox and
Bear vail -O 8
J an kin, 8. M., Heppner, Or. Horses, horse
shoe J on left shoulder. Cattle, the earn 3,
Kange on Eight Mile.
Johnson, Felix Lena, Or. Horses. circleT on
left stme; cattle, same on right hip, under half
crop in rieht and solit in left ear
Kenny, Mike, Heppner, Or. Horses brands
KNY on left hip. cattle same and crop off left
ear; under elope on the right
Keller, Kichard, Blanton. Grant ooonty, Or.
E K in square, cattle on left hip; horses same
on left shoulder. Karnze Berr Ttillev.
Kirk J. T., Hepprj-w. Or. Horses B9 on left
shoulder; cattle, ay nn lert hip.
Kirk. J C, Beppn-r. Or. Horses. 17 on either
fin id;: mil tif it i,u right si!.
Kirk. JeHse, Heppner, Or.: horse? 11 on left
Blmu ider : cattle tame on i iglit side, underbit ou
Kumberland.W.G., Mount Vernon, Or. 1 L oil
cattle ou right and left sides, swallow fork in U ft
ear and uder ciop in rinht ear. Horses sume
brand ou left shoulder. Kange in Grant countv.
Keeney, Eli, Heppner, Or.-Horses J L and
ace or clubs on left stifle. Kange in Umatilla
and fl.orrow counties
Lesley.M C, Motiumeut, Or A triangle fit with
all linos extendi ug pa t body of 6gure on 1 I hor-
sfwim leit snouuier, ou cattle diamond ou left
shoulder, split in righ -a ,'..ai ..it iu left ear
Injun i uraut county aiid to rnrtsof Johu Day
Leahey, J W, Heppner Or.-Horses branded L
N on left shoulder; cattle fame on left hip; wat
tle over riuht ey three slits iu riht ear.
Loft en. HLhd il en. lux. Or. n I, nn Inft Kin
on catile. crop and split on right ear. Horses
Baine brand on left shoulder. Kange Grant
Ijieuallen, John W., L"' Or. Horses
branded half-cmtla .ff. nonnortoH nn )uf uK,.l
der. CaiUe. saint on lefi hip. Kange, near Lex-
Lord, George, Heppner. Or. Horses branded
double H coi.necu Sometimes called a
swing H. on left Bhoulder.
Maxweil, M . 8., Gooseberry. Or.- Horses brand
ed long link on left Bhoulder; cattle, same ou
let hip. Ear mark, under bit in left ear.
Minor, Oscar, Heppner Or. Cattle, M D on
right hip; horse. M on lef t shoulder,
Morgan, 8. N Heppner, Or. Horses, M)
on left should"! cattle same on loft hip.
McCumber, Jan A, Echo, Or. Horses. M with
bar over on right Bhoulder.
Mann. B. B., Lena, Or. Horses old mares ZZ
on right hip; young stock, Bmall zz on left
Moruan. Thru,.. HanTinar n H,i,nn
T on left shouider and left thigh; cattle. Z ou
Mitchell. Oscar, lone, Or. Horses, 77 on right
hip; cattle. 77 on right side.
MeCiaren, h. G., Brownsville, Or, Horses,
Future ft on each shoulder, cattle, M2 on hip
McKern.W.J. Momtr Vtru.,i. iir-Vinn ,atiu
on right hip, orop iu right ear. half crop m left
same brand ou hursts oil left Up. Kaiine iu Graut
flicuariy, Davirf H Echo, Or. Horses branded
DM connected, on the left shoulder; cattle same
on hip and side.
MuGirr, Frank, Fox Valley, Or. Mule shoe
with toe-cork on cattle on ribs and under in
each ear; horsea same brand on left stifle.
Mcllaiey, O. V., Hamilton, Or .-On Horsea, 8
with half circle under on left shoulder; on Cattle,
four bars connected on top ou the right side
Kange in Grant County.
Weal, Andrew. Lone Kock.Or. Horsos A N con
nected on left shoulder: cattle same on both hips.
Newman, W. K., Heppner, Or.-Horses N
with half circle over it on left shoulder.
Kordyke, E., Hilverton. Or. Horses, circle 7 on
left thigh; caitle. same on left hip.
Oliver, Joseph, Canyon !ity, Or. A 2 on cattle
on left hip; on horses, Bame ou left thigh, Itange
in Grant county.
Oiler, Perry. Lexington, Or. P O on left
Olp, Herman, Prairie City, Or. On cattle, O
LP connected on left hip; horses on left stille
and warile on nose. Kange in Grant county.
Pearson, Olave, Eight Mile. Or. Horses, quar
ter circle shield on Jeft shoulder and 24 on left
hip. Cattle, fork in left gar, right cropped. 24
on left hip. liangf on Kight Mile.
Parker & Gleason. Hardman, Or, HorseB IP on
l'f t shoulder.
Piper, J. H., Lexington. Or. -Horses, JE con
nected oi left shoulder; cattle, same on left hip.
nnder bit in each ear.
Patberg, Henry Lexington, Or. Horses brand
ed with a KomaL cross on left shoulder; cattle
branded with Koman cross, bar at bottom, on
Pettys, A. C, lone, Or,; horses diamond P on
shoulder; cattle, J H J connected, on the
left, hip, upper slope in left ear and Blip in the
Potter, Dan, Lexington Horses branded MP
connected on left shoulder; cuttle same on right
Powell, j onn T Dayville, OrHorses, J P cotu
nec ed ou left shoulder. Cattle OK couiiected on
left hip, two under half crops, one ou each ear,
wattle under throat. Kange in Graut county.
Kickard, G. D., Canyon City, Or. F U ou left
rthoulder, on horses only. Kange Canyon creek
and Bear valiey. Grant county.
Kood, Andrew, Hardman, Or. HorseB, square
crow- with quarter-circle over it on left stifle.
Hettinger, Chris, Heppner, Or.-Horses, C H on
left stiouldui .
Hice. Oan, Hardman, Or.; horses, throe panel
worm fence on left shoulder; ca.'tle, DAN on
right shoulder. Kange near Hardman.
Kudio, Wm, Long Creek, Or.-Brands horseB
It oi right shoulder, Itange, Grant and Morrow
Koyse, Aaron, Heppner, Or HorseB, plain V on
left shoulder; cattle, same brand reversed on
right hip aud crop off right ear. Kange in Mor
Rush Bros., Heppner, Or.-Horses branded X
on the nghL Bhoulder; cattle, IX on the left nip.
crop oil left ear and dewlap on neck. Itange it.
Morrow aud adjoining counties.
Kust, William, Pendleton, Or.-Horses It on
left shoulder; cattle, K on left hip, crop off
right ear, underlet on left ear. ttlieep. It on
weathers, round crop off righ ear. Kange Uma
tilla and Morrow c muties.
Koaney, Andrew. Lexington, Or. Horsei
branded A K on right shoulder, vent quartei
circle over brand; cattle Bame on right hip.
Kange Morrow county.
Koyse, Wm. H, Duiryville, Or HK connected
with quarter cin-le over top on cattle on right hip
and crop off right ear and split in left. Horses
same brand on left shoulder. Kange iu Morrow,
Grant aud Gilliam counties.
Kilter, J F, Hitter, Or Three parallel bars
witn bar overon horses on left hip; on cattle, left
side, two smooth crops, two splits in each eai.
Kange in Middle Fork of John Day.
Hector. J . W., Huppner, Or.-HoraeB. JO o
left shoulder. Cattle, O on right hip,
Spicknnll, J. W., "Gooseberry, Or.- HorseB
branded 31 on left shoulder; lange m Morrow
apray, J. F., Heppner, Or.-Horses branded fct
connected oj right shoulder; cattle same on both
Wailing, C C Heppner, Or Horses branded 8 A
on left shoulder; cattle same on left hip.
Uwaggan, B. F Lexington. Or.-Horses 2
with dash under it on lefi stifle, cattle H with
Hash under it on right hip, crop off right oar and
waddled on right hind leg. Kange in Morrow,
Gilliam and Umatilla counties.
ttwaggart, A. L., Ella. Or.-Horses brandp"1 2
on left 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, stifle; cattle J 8 ou left hip, swallow
fork in right ear, underbit in left.
Swaggart, L, Alpine, Or.-HorseB, 8 8 on right
bapp. Thos., lleppner, Or. Horses, S A P on
left hip; eattl same on left hip.
Shirts, James, Long Creek, Or. Horses. 8 on
left stine and over 2 on left shoulder.
Bhnor.J ohn, Fox, Or. MO connected on
horses on right hip; cattle, Bame on right hip,
crop ,.il right ear and under bit in left ear. Range
in Grant county.
Bmith Bros., Johu Day, Or-H Z oncattleou
le t shoulder.
Stephens, V. A., Hardman, Or-; horses 8S on
right stifle; cattle horizontal L on the right side
btevenson, Mrs A. J., Heppner, Or. battle, 8
on right hi, ; swallow-fork in left ear.
Bwaggart, G. W., Heppner, Or.-Horses, li on
left siiouide, j cattle, 44 on left hip.
Stewart, Geo., Hardman, Or. Horses circle
oi left shoulder.
Stone. Ira, Bikleton, Wash, Horses, keystone
on left Bhoulder.
Smith, E. E. Lone Rock, Or. Horses branded
a crossed Beven on left shoulder; cattle same on
left side. Kange, Gilliam county,
Sperry, E. G., Heppner, Or. Cattle W C on
left hip, crop off right and underbit in left year,
dewlap; horses W C on left shoulder.
Thompson, J. A., Heppner, Or. Horses, g on
left Bhouiu, r; cattle, 2 on left shoulder.
Tippets. 8. T Lena, Or.-Horses. C on left
Tumor R. W., Heppner, Or. Small capital T
left shoulder, horses; cattle same on left hip
with split in both earB.
ThiTnton, H. M., lone, Or.-Horses branded
HT connected on left stifle; sheep same brand.
Vanderpool, H. T Lena, Or.-HorBes H V con.
nected on right shoulder ;cattle, same on right
Walbridgo, Wm., Heppner, Or. Horses, U. L.
on the lef t shoulder; cattle same on right hip.
orop off left ear and right ear lopped.
Wilson, John y Salem or Heppner, Or.
Horses branded Jq on the left shoulder. Kange
Warren, W B. Caleb, Or Cattle, W with quarter
circle over it, ou left side, split iu right ear.
Horses same braad o left shoulder. Kauein
W ood, F L, Dayville, Or Heart on horses on
leftBtitie; on cattle, 2 on left side and under bit
in left ear. Itange in Grant county.
Wright, Hilas A. Heppner, Or. Cattle branded
8 W on the right hip, square orop oft right ear
and split in left,
Wallace, Francis, Monnt Vernon.Or Square on
cattle on the left hip, upper slope in ihe left
ear aud under slope iu right ear. Same brand
ou horses on right ehoulder. Kauge 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 and split in each.
Kange, Morrow county.
Wade, Henry, Heppner. Or.-Horses branded
ace of Bpadeb on leit shoulder and left hip.
Cattle branded same on left side and left hip.
Wells, A. S., Heppner, Or.-Horses, 0y0 on left
shoulder: can e same.
Woltinger, John, John Day City. Or On horses
three parallel bare on left shoulder; 7 on sneep
bit in both ears. Range in Grant and Malhuer
Wyland, J H, Hardman, Or. Circle C on left
Wodward, John, Heppner, Or.-Horses, UP
connected on left shoulder.
W'atkius, Lishe. Heppner, Or.-Horses branded
UE connected on left stitle.
Wallace, Charles. Portland, Or. Cattle, W on
right thigh, hob in left ear; horses, W on right
shouhier, snrm same on left shoulder.
W uimer Bros., Drewey, Harney eonnty, Or.
norww branded W B. connect, on left milder.
Williams, asco, Hamilton, Or. Quarter cir
cle over three bars on left hip, both cattle and
horses. Range Grant county.
Williams. J O. Long Creek, Or-Horses, quar
ter circle over three bars on left hip; cattle some
and slit in each ear. Kanin in Grant oomity.
W ren, A. A., ueppner. Or. Horses running A A
on shoulder; Came, same on right hip.
Young, J. 8., Gooseberry, Or.-Horses branded
T 8 on the right sh. wider.