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S. P. FLORENCE,
Cuttle hramlcd and rnr mnrkod m shown above
Hoi'miB y on rifiht stunildor.
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tion. 1 will pay $1(.U for the arrest ami con
viction uf auy person Bteaiin my stock.
HENS THAT PAID A MORTGAGE.
A Ni'w York Hen Farm Where No Iiicn
liHtor. Are LrpiI.
Tho 7clt is puro White Leghorn,
with tho exception of a fow common
fowls which are kept for sitters. The
houses now number eighteen which
together accommodate 1,000 hens. Tho
farm of 150 acres is run entirely for
IKmltry. The crops and ekimimlk are
used to feed the fowls, bntter beir.g a
secondnry product. The soil, a gravelly
loam inclined to sand in some portions,
is capable of producing cereal and root
crops in abundance, and is good fruit
land. There is some pasture and mea
dow land. Although wheat, corn and
potatoes aro raised to a certain extent,
the staple is a mixed crop of oats, peas
and barley, which iB easily harvested
with a binder.
This mixture is ground, and an excel
lent meal is the result. Fourteen of the
houses are grouped near tho dwelling,
ami there are no fence restrictions. A
cook room is counected with the dwell
ing, and each morning a large box is
filled with the hot mess, placed with a
barrel of water upon n stoneboat, and
hauled from houso to house by teams.
The methods are of the old stylo, that
in, no incubators or brooders are used,
no eggs are packed, and the build
ings are cheaply built, and not iu a
way to secure a great degree of
warmth. The hens, however, are fed
enough during the winter months to
keep them healthy, and the floors are
covered with straw, which when worked
down, is drawn out upon the land.
Behind each house a shelter has been
formed of rails covered with slraw.
This enlarges tho run, and when fright
ened the hens go into it at any time of
the year. An eighth of a mile from the
bouse the farm is cut by a ravine in
which there is an abundance of spring
water. Four substantial houses have
been built along this ravine, and each
year the most promising pullets are
transportetl to these buildings. A sufli
cient number of nonrelatcd male birds
are obtained, and all the eggs for hatch
ing are taken from these houses. The
fowls have unrestricted range, but the
Docks are too far apart to mingle. The
hens are abundantly supplied with oyster
shells and gravel at all times; the latter
is taken from a bed on the farm.
The fowls are fed only twice a day
morning ami afternoon. The first ration
is cooked tho day before it is used, in a
largo furnace kettle, and warmed up
each morning. It is a mixture of meal,
bran, middlings, often wholo grain,
milk, water, salt, apples, hiatus, pota
toes, pumpkins or other vegetables. .Mr.
Sitlway buys scorched or wet grain in
large quantities, often by the carload.
The damp grain is distributed around
on the available floor space in barns, j
outbuildings and garrets, and is shov
eled over at intervals until thoroughly
dry. hen an elevator tire occurs any- i
whero within reasonable distance Mr. !
Sidway usually obtains some of the
scorched wheat, and has sent as far as !
Baltimore for it. Hardly any corn is '
The hatching and rearing of chicks '
have been the work principally of tho i
women folks. A building is selected for 1
sitting hens, and a row of thirty or forty
nests is made of boards all around the
interior next to the wall on the ground. !
The uesta are divided ouly by board par-!
titious. Great caro is taken to obtain j
enough hens to till all the nests, and -they
are all set at one time. Tho eggs
are placed in the nests, ami the hens are !
put upon them after dark. The hens I
are shut on for a day by boards placed -over
the nests. An abundance of food and '
water is set in the center of the house. I
After that no trouble is experienced with '
the hens, as they do not try to "double 1
np" as long as there is one nest apiece all
around. At hatching time th hens are 1
left entirely to themselves. If there is ;
danger of lice, a iiuantity of sulphur is i
nut in the nests before the broods ara I
taken off. Tims hens and cluck? get
the full benelit of the warm fnuits that
arise from it.
When strong enough the broods are
removed to u n orchard on the north side
of the house. Here are scores of coops,
and after a few days the hens are al
lowed to range at will with their chicks
among the trees and currant bushes.
The hens do not fight each other or mo
lest strange chicks. This is because all
are white. When a hen hatches by
chance a dark colored chick, the others
lose no time in pecking it to death. A
nnmber of long, low shelters have been
bnilt here under which the broods gath
er during storms, and eventually many
of the growing chicks make these their
On this farm large profits have been
realized in spite of comparatively low
prices, as eggs in any amount are not
expected before the middle of February.
The prices weived range from fourteen
to twenty-two cents per dozen, a few
early eggs being sold at much higher
figures. But at any time of year these
eggs Bell for two to three cents above
the market price. The eggs are all of
one color, are carefully washed and
assorted and packed in clean crates,
and shipped once per week to regular
customers, who promptly return drafts
for them. During freezing weather
ahipments are made by express, but the
bulk of the eggs goes as freight.
By careful selection a strain of Leg
horns has been established which are
larger and lay larger eggs than the
ordinary kinds, and are excellent types
of the business hen, though perhaps
not charaetoi ized by a great number of
fancy points. When the season is fairly
opened about thirty dozen of eggs per
day are gathered. Exact figures as to
cost of feed end labor, and the receipts
of money cou d not be obtained, but the
yearly produ-1 was estimated at 10.000
dozen, worth at least $1,000, half of
which was set down as clear profit.
Arthur D, Warner in Rural New
WHICH IS THE BESTf
Tou Tuys Your Money and Ton Take.
The advocates of the respective merits
of the Percheron and Clydesdale horses
have never yet been able to convince the
public that either one or the other of
these fine breeds was the best among
We placo before our readers this week
two pictures, one of an imported Perch
eron stallion, the other ail imported
Clydesdale, both probably as fine speci
mens of their class as have ever been
brought to America.
The reader can inspect these two tpy
ical horses and make up his mind which
he likes best. The points of the two
breeds come well out in the picture.
Thoso who have difficulty in distinguish
ing Clyde from Perchocan here contrast
tho points of difference.
Thero is n marked difference in the
head. A Percheron horse can be dis
tinguished, like a Jersey cow, by tho
head, particularly that part of it around
the ears. The Clyde horse has long hair
on ita legs. Both the noble fellows in
the illustrations are prize winners at
One of the greatest difficulties about
keeping ducks is the habit all of the
birds have of laying their eggs around
anywhere. It is a long management
that gets them in the habit of laying in
the nest, and in places appointed for
them. If they have a large range they
will naturally prefer the woods and
hedges for a nest than the best nest that
can be constructed for them. This
habit can, however, be overcome by
good management in the winter time,
and when the ducks are young.
The yard with the nests in it should
bo built as near some pond or stream of
water as possible. The ducks should al
ways be coaxed into this yard at night,
and they should always be fed night and
morning in the yard, and nowhere else.
They will soon learn to look for their
food at nighttime in this yard, and they
will go into it voluntarily. Then they
should be penned up, and as they nearly
always lay their eggs in the night or
early morning, they will gradually be
drawn out of tho habit of laying their
eggs in the woods and hedges. If no
poud is near the yard a large trough of
water should be filled every night for
them. If they are fed heartily and then
shut np for the night without water,
several dead ducks may be found in the
pen by morning. Tho nests shonld be
constructed under the shells back from ,
tho water. j
In the winter time the few pairs of
ducks kept over should be treated kind
ly, and a large open shed constructed
for them. During cold, inclement days
they will spend a great deal of their time
under this shed. It should be open on
the south side so that the sun's rays may
be enjoyed by the ducks. They will
waddle around in the 6un, protected by
the shed, during very cold, clear days
in the middle of winter and enjoy their
outing. Annie C. Webster in American
Large, stylish coachers and 1,800
pound drafters are in demand now in
OLD AND NEW DAIRYING.
Change. All Along the Line and Alway.
for the Hotter.
In the sixties cheese was double In
price what it brings now, and makers
who knew little about the business of
manufacturing readily commanded seventy-five
dollars per month. Many of
such fellows could not get a place in a
factory today except as second hands,
and at only common labor wages at that.
The cheese that they turned out, al
though it contained some good stock,
was the reverse of uniform in quality,
and would now be scowled at by deal
ers, and would bring cut prices.
Yet dairymen rightly claim that they
received more for their milk then than
now. True, they tlid per pound, but
have they not learned iu twenty years
of dairy investigation and advancement
to decrease the number of lacteal pounds
yielded by their dairies? Also, does not
a dollar go farther now iu purchasing
necessaries than it did then? With
cheese bringing sixteen cents per pound
in 1H70 dairymen were really but little
more benefited than they were last sum
mer, when cheese was selling at eight.
Everything was then high, both what
the farmer had to buy as well as what
he had to sell. These prices were not
healthy; in other words, they were be
yond the value of the necessaries to
which they were attached. Present day
dairymen, who have for the last few
years paid some attention to breeding
good milch stock, and have fed on the
same plan, are now making more clear
money per cow than they did a quarter
of a century ago, when dairy products
were so high.
The purchasing power of money is so
much greater than it was then, the
knowledge of breeding so much more
clearly defined, and the adoption as a
commissary of that modem dairy won
der, the silo, so efficacious, that dairying
just now i9 standing on a very firm
In butter, also, refined skill has done
so much toward improving its quality
that prices for choice grades in current
market reports duplicate quotations a
score of years ago, when a dollar had to
be paid for what a half dollar will cover
now. The improved methods of asso
ciated manufacture of both butter and
cheese now in vogue directly or indi
rectly benefits every dairyman in the
land. Even if the average price of
cheese has slowly decreased in the face
of improvement in its manufacture, the
falling off in value was inevitable, and
nothing could have preventf.il its going
even lower but for ils improved quality.
A few years ago tho necessity of aerat
ing milk to expel inherent odors, and at
the same time to reduce its temperature,
was not appreciated or thought of. For
cheese or butter making purposes the
main idea was to chill the milk with ice
or cold spring water. In cheese facto
ries the result was a great prevalence of
floating and tainted curds arising from
the very mode taken to prevent them.
Butter made from sweet cream was
also something nearly unheard of, and
there was naore cream that staid on
milk until the latter was loppered than
there was skimmed in an unripened
stage. Tho marked improvements cov
ering all the departments of the dAiry
of late years have been of material value
to every person owning and milking a
cow. George E. Newell in American
Jersey Breeders' Views.
Following are some resolutions unani
mously adopted by a meeting of Jersey
breeders at Chicago;
Wlierea-s, It lias been Btnled that Jersey
breeilei'a are opposed to the hpplii-atiou of
chemical analysis. and particularly of the Han
cock tester, in Ibe competitive tests of dairy
breeds to be held at the Columbian exposition,
which statement is incorrect;
Resolved, 'Hint we are tlmrotlirhly in favor
of the use of every met hod of testing I he actual
value for dairy purposes of all the cattle ex
hibited and the value of every dairy product
obtained from them, as well as the actual cost
of such products; and
Whereas, Recent tests at acrlcultttrnl ex
periment stations have shown that the inilk of
different breeds varies largely lu the readi
ness with which it gives up itB butter fat, so
that the results gained hy analysis may be very
different from those obtained by actual churn
Whereas, No more butter can be sold from
any cow than the churn takes out of her milk.
bo that unless the results of chemical analysis
are continued by the chum they are of do
practical value to the dairyman.
Kesolved. further. That we favor the use of
the churn and the chemical analysis jointly iu
all competitive tesLs for the correction of
errors and tho attaiument of the greatest pos
sible accuracy, and we believe that ho method
which makes actual churning of butter of seo
ondfry importance to any other method will
gain or deserve the confidence of the public
Dairy and Creamery.
Careme, a Holstein cow in Colorado,
now 8 years old, has yielded 35.9 pounds
of butter in seven days.
There is one thing the agricultural ex
periment stations and dairy schools
ought to do without delay, beginning
operations this spring. That is in each
state to note the appearance and spread
of weeds that cause an unpleasant flavor
in milk. Kuch a weed is especially the
ragweed, one of tho vilest pests that
ever grew and one that spreads over the
country. Garlic has in some places in
vaded pasture fields and made the milk
and butter smell like an old whisky
toper's breath, or worse. Each station
should devote time and- energy to root
ing out of the respective states all weeds
that taint milk and butter. The sta
tions and schools should experiment, and
instruct dairymen and farmers how to
exterminate the pests. Further and in
pffrticular, farmers and dairymen ought
to follow such instructions. The farmer
or dairyman who allows weeds to taint
his pastures is no successful manager.
Remember no butter cow pays for her
keep unless she yields more than 150
pounds a year. Cows producing less
than that will bankrupt their owners.
The man who keeps such animals will
always toll you that "dairying doesn't
Speaking of good butter, an English
There are five things to aim at in
making butter for the best market.
These are uniformity in color, in tex
ture, in salting, iu packing and leaving
no water in the butter.
Somebody notintheiive stock busi
ness asks what the word "grade" means
as applied to animals. It means a cross
between an animal of native stock and
one of a higher breed. A grade Jersey
cow is one resulting from a cross of the
common old fashioned American bovine
with the Jersey blood. A crossbred
animal with more than three-quarters
of the finer blood is called high grade.
otice of special town election fnrtho purpose
i of voting upon onliuauce 2o. 01, of .aid
town of Heppiter, Oregim.
TO ALL HUM 1 1' M lY CONCERN: Kotlre
i. hereby given that a special election will be
held in the town of Ileppner, at the council
chamber, on the 1th day oi August, M;, between
the hour, of 8 o'eloek a. in. utid ii o'clock p. in.,
of said iluy, for the purpose of authorizing the
town council to borrow the sum ol li'i.uuii uound
to issue bond, of the town therefor, for the pur
pose of supplying the town Ith water, und also
to empow er the council to levy a ta:; to create a
sinking fund for the redemption of said bonds
in twenty years from August 1st, ls-i-j, and to
pay the interest thereon until redeemed, and to
approve ordinance No. 51.
The follow ing othcers of election have been
appointed judges of election.
E. G. Sloan,
Judgts of Election ?Ku. Mati.oi k,
(w. A. Kick,
Clerks of Election -
A. A. RoBEKTft, Recorder.
Dated Ileppner. Uroon, July 2, 503-tf
While you koep your subscription paid up ycu
can keep your brand in free of charge.
Allvn. T. 3.. lone. Or. Hows GG on left
phoulder; cattle -nine on left liip, under bit on
ritrht ear, and upper bit on tbu let'i; raugo, Mor
Armstronir. J. C. AlninP. Or. T rr'xth lr nn
der ii on loft shoulder of horses: cattle same
on ion nip.
Allison, O. P., Einht Mile. Or. Cattle brand,
O I on left hip and horscHHfiuie brand on right
shoulder, ttanua Kight Mile.
Adkins, T C, Dnyville. Or - Hfrniirht mark nenra
the thigh and two erupt, and a win m the right cur;
Ji upume uowii on tun right nhoulni'1'.
hfnige in Grunt county and Hear valley. 10
addre-KH uIhu at Ilardm.in.
Ad knits J- J-i Heppuer, Or. Howes, JA con
nunt) on ie t Hank; cattle, same on left hip.
Avers, Johnny, Lena, Or. 1 forties branded
triangle on letl hip; cattle siinie on right, hip;
aUo crop off riirhi ear and uppur bit on same.
Blyth. fercy H Heppr.er.or. IlorseB Ifornan
crows on rigid shoulder, itange in Morrow
iileaknmn. Geo,, Hardman, Or. Horses, a flat;
ni left shoulder; cattle -aiue on right shoulder
1 anniwter, J. W., fKnlinmi. Or. Cattle biund
ed H on left hip and thigh: split in each ear.
Hrenner, Prior, iKh seberry Oregon Horses
bnnded P H on left shoulder. Cattle same on
Itnrke, M Ht 0, Long Creek, Or (hi cattle,
MAY connected on left
nip, ci op oft lu ft ear, un
der half crop off right. Horaort, shiiio brand on
letfl Bhoulder, Han go in Grant and Jlorruw
Howeman.A., Mount Vernon and Burns, Or.
Cattle, A li on right hip, two crops in each ear;
same on horses, on right shoulder. Hange in
Grant and Harney counties,
Hrosman, Jerry, Lena, Or. HorseB branded 7
on right bIiouRUt; cattle H on the left side.
Left ear half crop and right ear upper alone.
Burton, Win., Keppner, Or. -Horses, j B on
right thiga, cattle, same on right hip; split in
Brown, Isa, Lexington, Or. Horses Hi on the
rtgiitstme; cattle same on right nip; range, .Mor
Brown, J .P., Ileppner. Or. -Horses and cattle
branded B with ox-yoke above on left shoulder.
Brown, J. C, Hejipiier, Or. Horses, circle
0 with dot in fn ter on le.fi hip; cattle, sumo.
Brown, W. J., Lena. Oregon. Horses V hnr
over it, on uie leit snouiuer. Cattle same on left
Boyer, W. G,, Heppner, Or. Horses, box
brand of r:yti. hip cattle, same, with spiit in
Borg, P, 0., Heppner, Or. Horses, P B on lefl
shoulder; cHttle. same on left hip.
Brownlee. W. J., Fox,Or-Catllo, JB connected
on left Hide; crop on left ear and two splits and
middle piece cut out on right enr; on horses same
brand on the left thigh; linage in Fox valley,
Cain.li.. Caleb.Or.-Y I) on horses onleft stifle;
U with uuarter circle ovor it, on left shoulder,
and on left stifle on all colts under 5 years; on
left shoulder only on all horses over 5 years. All
range iu Grant countv.
Clark, Win. 11., Lena. Or. Horse WHO con
nected, on left shoulder: caltle mme on right
hip. Ha ge Morrow and Umatilla counties.
Cate, ChH, H Vinson or Lena, Or. Horses
H C n right shoulder; cattle same on right hip.
Range Morrow and Umatilla counties.
Cochnm, Chan., lone. Or. Horses, HP con
neoted on loft shoulder; cattle, O on both left
hip and stifle. Range in Morrow county.
Cannon, V. B.XongCreok, Or,--Ton cattieon
right side, crop off right ear and slit in left, ear.
Our horses same brand on left shoulder. Kange
in Grant county,
Cecil, Wm.. Douglas. Or.; horses JC on lof
shoulder; ca tie same on left hip, waddles on
each jaw and two b.ts in tho right ear.
Curl, T. H John Day, Or. Double cross on
each hip on oaitle, swallow fork and under bii
in right ear, split in left ear. Range in Grant
county. On sheep, inverted A and spear poiui
ou shoulder. Kar markoa owes, crop on left ear,
pouched upper bit in right. Wet hers, crop it
right and under half crop in left ear. AH rai'ge
iu Graut countv.
Crosby, A.A., Heppner, Or. Cattle branded 1-5-
(or H L coi nectedj on the right, shoulder.
Cook, A. J.,Lena,Or. Horses, HUon rightshou'
Jet. Cattle, same on r ght hip: ear mark equate
crop off left and split in right.
Currin.R. V., Currmsvihe, Or. -Horses, 00 on
Cochran, J II Monument, Or HorseB branded
Tl & A on left shoulder. Caltlo, same ou right
hip. swallow fork in right ear and crop off I eft.
Cox 4 English, Hardman, Or. Cattle, C wttr.
in center: horses. CE on left Md.
Capper, II . A., Monument, Or. Horses H 0
ou It ft ohonlder cattle II C on luft side, swal
low fork on right ear.
Cochran, It, E., Monument, Grant Co, Or,
Horsen branded circle with bai beneath, on iefi
shoulder; cattle same brand on both hips, mark
under slope both ears anil dewlap.
Cliapin, H., Hardman. Or. Horses branded
on right hip. Cattle brauded the same.
Cruris. S L, Dayville, Or ( 'at tie branded two
crops and a split in left ear; on horses a
reversed 7 on left stilie. Also have the following
brands on cattle: 72 on Jett hip, 7 on right hip,
It on left shoulder, two parallel bars on loft
shoulder. Ear marks, two crops,
Ooonan. Wm., Tleppner, Or. Horses branded
OO with bar over them, on left shoulder; cal
tle same on left hip.
Douglass, W. M .Galloway, Or. Cattle, R Don
right side, swa low-fork in each ear; horses, H D
on left hip.
Douglas, O. T Douglas, Or Horses TD on
the light stifle; cuttle same on right hip.
Duncan, W. P., John Day.Or. yuarter circle
V on right Bhoulder, both on horses and cattle.
Range Grant county.
Driskell, W. E., Heppner, Or. Horses branded
K inside of U on luft shoulder. Cattle same on
left side of neck.
Eiy, J. B. A Hons. Douglas, Or. Horses brand
ed ELi on left .houlder, cattle same on left
hip. hole v right ear.
Elliot', Wasn., Heppner, Or. Diamond on
fisk. Uidph, Prairie City. Or-Horj.es, R F on
right shoulder; cattle, on right hip. Range in
Heek, Jackson, Heppner. Or. Horses. 7K
connected on right shoulder: cattle, same on
right hip. Ear mark, holu in right and crop
Florence, L. A., Heppner, Or. Cattle, LF on
right hip; qui'bos Jf" with bar under on right
Florence, 8. P. Heppner. Or Horses, V on
right slioi Idei ; cattle. E ou right hip or thigh.
Gay, Henry, Heppner, Or. GAX on left
Gohle, Frank, Heppner, Or. Horses, 7 F on
left Htitle; OKI tii , same on rifilit hip.
Gilman-Kreneh, Land and Live Mock Co., Fos
sil, Or. Horses, anchor ia ou left shoulder; vent,
same on left stitie. CHttle, same on both hips;
ear marks, crop off right ear and underbn in tett.
Range in Gilliam, Grant, Crook ai.d Morrow
Gentry, Elmer, Echo, Or. -Horses branded H.
S. witli a quarter circle over it, on left stilie
Range in Morrow and Umatilltvcounties.
Giltwater, J . C, Prairie City, Or.-On horses,
O -O on left shoulder and stttle; cattle, on right
side. Range in Grant county.
Hams, James, Hardman Or. Horses shaded
2onlef shoulder; cattle same on left hip. Range
in and about Hardmati.
Hajes, deo Lena, Or, Brand JH connected,
with quarter cirel" over it, on letl shoulder.
HiatL A. B., Ridge, Or. t attle, round-top
with quarter circle under it on the right hip.
Uatme iu Morrow and Utnatilhujounties,
llittton & Jen kg. Hamilton. Or Catrle.twn hnm
on either hip; crop in right ear and split in left.
y.mrn, u u nili Llimil. ntlllf 111 Itnini COUUty.
Hughes. Kamuel. Wanner. Or T K I, mi rii.t
shoulder on horses; on cattle, on right hip ami on
icii oiow. bwhuow itirn m rigui ear auu sitt in tort.
Range in Haystack district, MopvW county.
Hall. Edwin, John I'ay.Or. t attie K h on right
hip; horses same on right shoulder. 1 atorniii
Hughes. Jl'it, Heppner, Or. Horses, shaded
heart on the left shoulder. Range .Morrow Co.
Hunsaker. B . Wagner. Or. -Horses. W on left
shoulder; ca tie, U on left hit
Hurdittty. Albert. Nve. Oreuon Horses. A H
counected. on left shoulder; Cuttle on the left
hip, crop off left ear,
Hncuphrevs, o ill. Hardman, Or. Horses. H on
HiatU Wm. E.. Ridge. Or. Horses branded
bar cross ol left shoulder; cattle same on left
naves, j, si tienimer. nr. Horses, wineglass
on lett shouhtei cattle, same on right hip.
ivy, A it red. Long I reeK, ur t atne 1 V on
right hin. crooott left ear and bit in right. Horses
same brand on left shoulder. Range n Gr.oit
Huston. Lot her. Kight Mile, nr. Horse ii on
the teft shoulder and heart on the left stitie Cat
tie same ou left hip. Range in Morrow county.
Jenkins. D. W'.,Mt. Yernou.or. J on horses on
left shoulder; on cattie. J on left hip and two
smooth crops ou both ears. Range in Fox and
Juukui. 8. M., Heppner, Or. Hordes, horse
shoe J ou letl shoulder. Cattle, Ota Bams.
Range on Eight Mile,
Johnson, Felix Lena, Or. Horses, circleT on
left stitie; cattle, same on right hip, under half
crop in right and sunt in ten ear
Kenny, Mike. Heppner, Or. Hornee brand.-d ,
KNV on left hip cattle same and crop off left
Mr: nQilor loitfnnfhe riirht
Kirk. . T., Heppner, Or. Horses fill on left ;
shoulder: caltle. W on lelt hip. ;
Keller, Hichrd, Blamon. Grant county, Or
EK in square, cattle on left hip; horses &&uie
on left shoulder. Range Bt4tr Tullev,
Kirk. J C, Heppner, Or. Horses. Hon cither
flank: eatlle 17 mi rtfcht hid.
Kirk Jesse, H.-pt ner. Or.: horse 11 on left
shxuider; caltlu same on light side, under bit on
Kumberlard.W. f?.. Mount Vernon, Or. 1 L on
cattle on r ight and left sides, swadow fork in It ft
ear and under oop in right ear. Hordes tame
brand on left shoulder. Range in Gr;:i t -oentv.
Keenoy, Eli, H-ppner, Or.- Hort-o? .i L and
aco of clubs on left stifle. Range in I :?iiilla
and Yorrow counties
Lesley, M C, Monument, OrA lriang!eQjwith
all hues extending pa t tody of ligure on Sl hoi .
sea on luft bhoulder, on cattle diamond on left
shuuider, spiit iu righ.cwa u ui k,it in loft ear
Range iu Grant eouuty and to r arts of Johu Day
Leahey, J W. Heppner Or. Horses branded L
N on left shoulder; cattle Hame on left hip; wat
tie over right ey three sins in right ear.
Loften, .Stephen, lox, Or. R L on left hip
on cat He. crop and split on right ear. Horses
same brand on left Bhoulder. Range Grunt
Lu uallen, John W., L - Or. Horses
branded half-oil cle JL connected on left shoul
der. ( uit.ltj. Bttoit on lehhip. Range, near Lex
inaton. Lord, George, Heppner. Or. Horses branded
double 11 coi.tiectt ometiuiea called a
swing H, nn left shoulder.
Maxwell, 51 . B. , Gooseberry. Or. Horses brand,
ed long link on left Bhoulder: cattle, same ou
lef hip. Ear mark, under bit in left ear.
Minor, Oscar, Heppner, Or. Cattle, M D on
right hip; hiiroa Mon leftehouhier.
Morgan, . N Heppner. Or. Horses, M)
on left shonhli cattle same on left hip.
McCumber, Jas A, Echo, Or. Horses. M with
bar over on right Bhoulder.
Aiani.. B. H., Lena, Or. Horses old mares ZZ
on right hip; young stock, BinaU zz on left
Morgan, ThoB., Heppner, Or. Hones, circle
1 on loft shoulder and left tliigh; caltle. on
Mitchell. Oncar, lone, Or. Horses, 77 on right
hip; came. 77 on right side.
McCiaien, D. G., Brownsville. Or, Horses,
rgnrefton each shoulder, cattle, M2on hm
Mchern.W.J. Mount Veriiou, Or XI ou c
ou right hip, crop iu right ear, half crop m flfft,
same brand ou horsca on left hip. Rauge iu Graut
McCarty, David H., Echo, Or. HorseB branded
D ii connected, on the left shoulder; cattle sani
on hip and side.
McGirr, Frank, Fox Valley, Or.-Mulehoe
with toe-cork on cattieon ribs and under in
eaeh ear; horses same brand on left stitie.
McHtiiey, O. V Hamilton, Or.-On HorseB, 8
with halt circle under on left shoulder; on Cattle,
tour bars connected on top on the right Bide
Range m Grant County.
NeaLAmlrew, Lone Rock, Or. -Horsea A N con
uecied on left shoulder: cattle same on both hips.
iNewniau, W. RM Heppner, Or. Horses N
with halt circle over it on left shoulder
Wordy ke, E Hilverton. Or.-Horsea, circle 7 on
lett thigh; uaitlo. same on left hip.
Oliver,. Joseph, Canjon City, Or. A 2 on cattle
on Jen hip; on horses, same ou lef t thigh. Range
in Grant county.
Oiler, Perry. Lexington, Or. P O on left
Olp. Herman, Pi airie City, Or.-On cattle, O
LI connected ou left hip; horses on left stitie
und wan le on nose. Range in Grant county.
Pearson, Olnve, Eight Mile. Or. Horses, quar
ter circle shield onleft shoulder end 24 on left
hip. ( tittle, fork in left ear, right cropped. 24
on left hip. Rang- on Eight Mile.
Parker & G leason, Hurdmau.Or, Horses IP on
J ti shoulder.
Oilier, J. 11., Lexington. Or. -Horses, JE con
nected o. left shoulder; cattle, same on left hio.
under bii in each ear.
Putberje, Henry Lexington, Or. Horses brand
ed with a Rouiai cross on left shoulder; oatlh-f
branded with Roman cross, bar at bottom, on
Pettys, A. C, lone, Or.; horses diamond P on
- shoulder; cattle, J n J connected, on the
left hip, upper blope in left ear and blip in the
Potter, Dan, Lexington-Horses branded MP
connected on loft shoulder; cattle same on right
Powell, Jonn T Dayville, Or Horses, J P con.
nee ed ou left shoulder. Cattle OK couuected on
lett hip, two under half crops, out on each ear,
wuttle uiuter throa;. Kaiige iu Grant county,
Riukard, G. D. , Canyon City, Or. F 0 on left
shoulder, on horses only. Range Canyon creek
and Hear valley, Grant county.
Rood, Andrew, Hardman, Or. HorseB, square
croM, with quarter-circle over Hon left stifle.
Remnger, Chris, Heppner, Or. Horses, C U on
Rice, Han, Hardman, Or.; horses, three panel
worm fence on leit shoulder; ca:tle, DAN ou
right shoulder. Range near Hardman.
Itudio, W m. Long Creek, Or.-Brands horses
li oi right shoulder. Range Grant and Morrow
Royse, Aaron, Heppner, Or -Horses, plain V on
ielt shoulder; cattle, same brand reversed od
right hip and crop off right ear. Range in Mor
Rush Bros., Heppner, Or. HorseB branded X
on the rigui, shoulder; cattle, IX on the left nip.
crop oft leit ear and dewlap on neck. Range 1c
Morrow and adjoining counties.
Rust, William, Pendleton, Or. Horses K on
ielt shoulder; cattle, R on left hip, crop off
right ear, underbit on left ear. Bheep, R ou
weathers round crop off ngh ear. Range Uma
tilla and Morrow c mutiee.
Retmey Andrew. Lexington, Or. Horsei
brauded A R on right shoulder, vent quartei
circle over brand; cattle Baine on right hip,
Haiine Morrow county.
Roise, Wm. H, Dairyville, Or HR connected
with quarter circle over top on cattle ou right hip
and crop oil right ear and split in left. Horses
.-.awie brand on left shoulder. Range in Morrow,
Gram and Gilliam counties.
iuiter, J F, Hitter, Or Three parallel ban
witii bar over on horses on left hip; on cattle, lefl
Bide, two Humoth crops, two splits in each eat,
Range in Middle Fork of John Day
Rector. J. W., Heppner. Or.-HorBee. JO ok
lef t shoulder. Cattle, Oon right hiu.
Spicknall. J. W., Gooseberry, Or. Horses
branded al on left shoulder; lange m Morrow
apray, J. F Heppner, Or. Horses branded fcl
connected oj right shoulder; cattle same on both
Hailing, C O Heppner, Or Horses branded S A
on lelt shoulder; cattle same on left hip.
bwaggan, B. If., Lexington, Or.-Horses 2
with dash under it on lefi stitie. cattle H with
ubHii under it on right hip, crop off right ear and
wa.idied on right hind leg. Range iu Morrow,
Gilliam and umatiila counties.
bwaggart, A. L., Ella. Or. Horses brandp-1 2
on leu shoulder; cuttle same ou loft hip. Crop
on ear, wattle on left hind leg.
straight W. K, Heppner. Or. Horses Bhaded
J o on let stitie; cattle J H on left hip, swallow
tork in ngh. ear, underbit in left.
fcj waggan , L, Alpine, Or.-Horses, S S on right
bapp.Thtw., Heppner, Or.-Horsoa, 8 A P on
left hip; mam- same on left hip.
ishirtz, James, Long Creek, Or.-Horses. 3 on
lelt stille and ovor 2 on left shoulder.
bhrier.John, Fox, Or.-NO connected on
horses mi right hip; cattle, tmaie on right hip,
crop .,tt right ear and under bit in left ear. Range
in Grant couuly,
Smith Bros , John Day, Or H Z on cattieon
Squires, James, Arlington, Or,; horses branded
JSiii lett snouider; catile the same, also nose
wai.dle. Range in Morrow and Gilliam co intiea.
bteplieiis, V. A., iurdni.ui, Ur-; nurses boon
right siithj; cattle horizontal L on ihe light side
bievoubou, Mrs A. J., Heppner, Or. Cattle, 6
on right tii, ; swallow-fork uu left ear.
Bwuggart. G. W., Heppner, Or. Horsea, 44 on
left Miomdr ; cattle, 44 on left hip.
btewart, Geo., Hardman, Or. Horses circle
oi left shoulder.
btone. Ira.Hi-kleton, Wash.-Horses. keystone
on left shoulder.
buiitii, E. E. Lone Rock. Or. Horses brauded
a crobsed seven ou left shoulder; cattle same on
lelt bide. Range, Gilliam county.
tSperry.E. G., Heppner, Or. -Cattle W C on
left lllp. croo olf right and muLrhu in luft
dewiup; horses V t on left Bhoulder. '
lliompson, J. A., Heppner, Or. Horsea, 8 on
left ehouJo. r; cuttle, t on left shoulder.
ilPijetb. S. T.. UriH. Or H.,r 1
lurnerR.W., Heppner, Or. -Small capital T
lelt shouidei, horses; cattle saute on left hip
with split in both ears.
lluruton, II. AL, lone, Or.-Horsea branded
a i connected on left stitie; sheep same brand,
Vanderpool, H. T.. Lena, Or; Burse HV con
nected ou right bhoulder ;cat tie, same n right
Walbridce, Wm.. HeDoner. Or. Homea TT T,
ou the lett shoiiider; cattle same on light hip.
crop off lefl ear and right ear lopped.
Wilson, John Q Halem or Heppner, Or.
Horses brauded Jy on the left shoulder. Rauge
W arreu, W H. ( 'aleb. Or Cattle. W with on.
circle over it, ou ift side, split iu right ear.
Horses same bra.id on left shoulder. Range in
Wood, F L, Dayville, Or Heart on horse on
left et me; on cattle, S on left Bide and under bit
iu left ear. Range in Orant county.
Wright, Silas A. Heppner, Or. Cattle branded
a W on Hie right lap. square crop oil right ear
and pht in lett.
Wallace, rruneie. Mount Vernon. Or Rnnaran
cattle on the left hip. upper slope in he left
ear and under slope in right ear. Same brand
ou horses on right shoulder. Range in Harney
and Grant countv.
Webster, J. 1,. Heppner. Or. Horses branded
wth bar over J on right shoulder; cattle same
on right hip, crop off left ear and split in each
Riuige. Morrow county.
Wade, Henry, Heppner. Or. Horses branded
ace of eiade. on iet shoulder and left hip
Caitle branded same on left side and left hip
Wells, A. S., Heppner, Or Horses, a on jeft
Bhoulder: can e same.
W oihnger, John, John Day City. Or On horses
three parallel bars on left shoulder; 7 on sneeD
bit in both ears. Range in Grant and Malhuer
WylamLJfl, Hardman, Or.-Circle C on lef
WiKklward, John, Heppner, Or. Horses UP
connected on left shoulder. '
W ai kins, Lishe. Heppner, Or.-H orsee branded
CE counectet on left stifle.
Wallace, Charles, Portland, Or. Cattle Won
risht thigh, hoi. in left ear; horses, W on right
shoulder, sorre same on left shoulder
Whittier Brt Drewsy. Harney Bounty, Or. -Horn
branded W B. connected on lefi .houlder
Williams, Vaeco, Hamilton. Op.-QDftrter cir
cle over three bars on left hip, both cattle and
horses. Range Grant county.
Williams. J O. Long Crtwk.Or-Horses, quar
ter circle over three bars on left hip; cattle same
and Mil in wh w. Kai.g. in lmnt cmnty
Wten. A A., neppner, Or.-Horsee running A A
on shoulder; attie. sac? on right hip.
ioung. J. 8., Gooeeoerry.Or. Hoivm grandad
T 8 on the right shoulder. oranoeft
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