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About Heppner gazette. (Heppner, Morrow County, Or.) 1892-1912 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 9, 1892)
T WHY ARliXOU WEAK?
AND SUSPENSORY FOR,
SI WiT ISM
Into cv.t hay only S0.7 per oenr. ;l t-.)Ul
digestible material tho late cut, hay
proved to contain the more, the amounts
per acre being: Early cut, 2,028, and late
cut, 2,212 pounds. These figures stand
somewhat iu apposition to those obtain
ed from the crop of 1838, where the
larger amount of digestible material was
obtained from the early cut hay.
NOTICE TIMBER CULTURE.
U. 8. T-arnl Office, The Dulles, Or.. June 7, 18!2.
Complaint having been entered at this office
by Theron E. Fell, against heirs of Joshua H.
Fell, for failure to comply with law as to Tim
ber Culture Entrv No. W2t dated Nov. 17,
upon the K NW14 and V t-'4 Sec. a, 'In 2,
S K E. in Morrow county, oretron, with a view
(to the cancellation of said entry; contestant
1. !!'. ru.-. , irsv rid ttfr
01 'ft? ( V'
WHO ARE DEBILITATED, AND SUFFERS
from Nervous Debility! Seminal Vf-a
MFSS LOSSES.DRAINS.IMPOTENCY Ch
! .09,1 Manhood. Rheumatism, la. ae
Back. KidneVTroubles. Nervousness
Wages of Farm Laborers.
ni t. TT.,Jf Qf,jtA
ili If 3f4 I haa prepared a report on the wages of
Y83 ;bf il VA farm labor, the result of nine mvesnga--'jBfcS
am.- tinnafrom 1860 to 1892. with crior rec
ords of the wages as fur back 1840.
The report shows monthly rates bothj
with and without board tor tne season
, a i lnnnAn liim mnnnv. died not
1 or year ana also by tue aay m narves. peoijii; to . - ,
i""b "O" . , . .
in the Cause of Science.
"We have called," said the chairman
on the subscription committee,"to solicit
your aid in behalf of the widow of a
poor man who lost his life in the cause
f;lt. nvProd Prof Hllegrii that said Joshua K. Fell, and his heirB,
"Why, certainly, answerea iroi. Kd tocompiy wlth the Timber culture
n4.rT Tr.l.rincr his rtockets. "here ittU. thsithpfailedtobreakorrauBetobebroken,
..f. 84. Ml I hare at present. By the five acre, of aid tract J
wav what branch of science did the ,h"e' requirements of the Timber Culture laws,
tinnnn n,," I the suM imrties are hereby summoned to appear
Suiu,u i- n Rt this olllceon theli.th day ot septcmner,
"Tbo Rfionce of seli-aeten&e, an- . ,,,,vrin,.k a. in . tnresDond and furnish testl-
awered the chairman, as he pocketed many conceriiliigsa 1 iilicKert failure, wislut
swerea nil. """'u: r . teron, Notary Public, is authorized to take tes-
the money. "He was killed in tne ring. j. , t, , at hlB omue ln neppner, or.,
Time Is Money. I
Col. Sympson, who was always asking
Kir. J C, Hoppner. Or. Horses. 17 on either
Hank:cattle 17 mi riuht sid.
Kirk. Jesse, Heppner. Or.: horse 11 on left
shoulder: cattle same on light side, nnderbit on
kumberland.W. G., Mount Venion. Or. 1 L nr.
eatlie on right and left Biilee. swHliow fork in If f t
ear and uider ciop in tight ear. Horses same
brand on left shoulder. KajiRO in (irai.t county.
Keeney. Kli, llHpner. Or.- Horeps .1 L and
ace of clubs on leltatifie. Kanne in ihuatilla
and IV orrow counties
Lesley, Jl C, Mounineot Or' A trianKleBlwith
all hues exteuding pa t tody of figure on ll hor-
. r . . , ,.,hi, n,.,ni,. ih sea ou ibil snoumer, uu uuiuu uiuuiimu w iou
iry.oriiilacthMdoneiiot ."V? shoulder, split in rit-h a-u ...M. .it in left ear
at in a. ni.
August n. lhlfi.
John W. Lkwis, Register.
time. It shows that for ten years wages
have been very uniform and well sus
tained in spite of fluctuations m prices
of farm products, and that a steady ue-
Plenty of flour, bran, mill feed and
oliop always on band at the Heppner
,.e luve a relief and cure
In your ifrnorance of effects
ni vitality wu:cn
irewm the elements thu
clren-rtll and VlL'Or Will fl-
cureor money refunded.
tu pfferta of abuses, excesses, worry and exposure, r or su.n mim. ..
which reou res bttt a trial to convuiec ui M.. w...
Dr. Sanden's Electric ;tffi't
or bv ex"e o I drained your system of nerve force
electric tv- nd Thus caused your weakness or lack of force. If you replace into your
d rrined whfch are required fovigorons strength, you will remove he cause and health,
to" on and in a natural way. This is our plan and treatment, and we guarantee a
Send for our Illustrated Pamphlets, free; sent by mail, sealed.
i .1 1 t- .iV.iicf hoilln anil viiTrtr
R-.tr is no exoeriment, as we have restored inousanua .uUUa ,
B. lt is no expenrnent, throurtottt this State, who would gla.lly
strong letters , bearing testimony to their recovery after using our Belt.
whom we have
-op?. RHNDEN ELECTRIC BELT
after all other treatments
is a complete Sa,!a" ttery made f to a beU so as to U eay wog dnrln, iZ
which ate inantly felt throughout al weak P ctetny of the above weaknesses, and to enlarge shrunken limbs, or parts, or
greatest yV?" Mi U C"
two oi inree mom..-.. irt,r"iI AMR rftOIClnNi
t!ic wori-t cases m
m Pertaps You Don't tew. Us,
BUT SURELY YOU KNOW OF 0U.1 REMEDIES.
We extend an Invilntlon toc-.ll and bco free fisti m our Clinic,
"Arewtn Chambers." !lu.a 1 to .1 v. si. Lady Attendants.
We fill mail oruers Biuue ihty rrciMvcd (secuiciy bwucU, pcstpiua).
If n. i. roue Ml i.il wo v ill ml III id Oil!- lUOlM'V.
' QUEEN ANTl-HAIFtlNE" removes beard or Pupcrflurais
Hair liom the l ace, So Ii and Anna, or Koles and liirt brniirks.
Made in o a panle, only a h w iniuulcs appliciition is vc'i'iui'd. ll
. ,...n...ril v..t. .nll.l in Us, e' c(-.. It dlsSOHe.S niKl (lCSirovi
follicles of the, hair without U,cli(;litest.pain, injury ordisoolore
tlon In the must dclicato skin. Try it. One l'rico.tl.uOpcr Iloltle.
"oiucw HAIRINF" to res oio nan proinoio tne jinn n.is .o .ifu.. ..1.,
f,,,,iK,mraoiViciti' iswill 6l(ip llio hair liiilinii and prevent (hui.lniU. It cures scalp diseases, and
111 osil ively irow luxiuia ,t (! owtl. of hair unless hcmlilarily bald. Talone is not an indMtion
n i K,l m-.i,r0 de y slioiild ivenr a coverniK lor the head. When
.f , ,7.',; fJbliolaaHvS eo itro tlio rouls. and "Queen lia.iri.io" applied to the mrface open, he
fohSf a""i giv's nnurthment s, vitalil y li the roots. Cno bottle trill convince the niest skeptical
and perm '""'!!' 'r "'",, h'oraiiess). wliea annlicl lo the sain restores and bcautiacs
te aP,srra 'srr. x
MioKpr.rtT. ..'ioT Try i,;6if not' deK,cd ,i,l, i, return the bodle, and
lll fund Tour money. One Ho llo will restore Ihe complejion. Pnce, 81.00
oTmMTo Vit(!o- Your preparation lormulas (alter a carclo analysis , I am free to pay ar.
himleJs and certs nl'y cllectunl'ir used .econlinK lo direclio,,,. J. '. llc.se, M ;.. 481 reel,,.,, Ax
lS by I' O. order, Iteglstercd UUer, or Jlrall to home olDcc, and inenlion tins paper.
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' FUl l, Saaude ot 'oar (iooil. and " How to bo Ib aatlful " sent for Iwo staa:r.
CHRONIC & NERVOUS
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EfTotas of Onunitiiu,
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WONDEEFOL BUT TRUE!
FLtfiTllO-MCDICAL SCIENCE STILL
Tlio Daaf Itlailo to Hear bj Eloctricity !
Imcnlwl in Anill, 1S01, ratclitci in June,
jet 'thousands I'loclaini its Uoadcr
iul and l'crfcct lEcsutts
OtJT.Y EtIOCESSFTTT, TREAT
uii;a r in xiiii W01U.UI
I VVIW.-assla!'. V
DR. G. F. WEBS,
Inventor and Patented, United States
and forcisn Countries.
Any one. old or ytmnir, whoso our
rtrinti is uiibivduui can lie liuido to lii-ar
and (imvci so in ordinary tonos, and ho
rod by Dr. U. 1''. Webb's lilcclrical
At aiiiH lor'l'rontiiia Dcalncus. An
I'.l,-. l...-n'oill il Hody llntloiytvlllinp
rliitncns invented cupeciiilly lor trout
loir llcnl'ncas uud tlio tliseuscs which
V'tii-ml l'l lU'iits for my Electro-Medical
Theory and l'rnollco, doscribiug tioat
tuciit. r:i pnuos. Address
B. B. BUSS, General Agt.
IOWA FALLS. IOWA,
i i-. -'l ':k'fi.s.y
Kansas City, St. Paul,
ANII ALL 1'OINTS
EAST, NOP BHD SHI
L U M 1$ E II !
WTE HAVE FOR HAld! ALL KINDS OF I
Tt dressed Lumber, Hi luiles of Heppner, at
what is known as the
1'F.lt 1,110 FF.F.T, HOI'GII,
" " " (-l.liAU,
F DELIVKRKD IN
f i.tlO pur 1,111k) feet,
Why The American Cultivator Thinks
That Late Thrashing Is Safest.
The advent of horse power and steam
thrashing machines has nearly every
where been signalized by increasing ear
liness ill getting grain out of the straw.
Why farmers who are in no hurry to
sell should want to thrash directly after
harvest has always been a puzzle to us.
We suspect it is not the tanners wno
are hurried. It is the army of traveling
thrashinff machine owners, each
search of a job. When they get one it
is a signal for all the farmers in the
neighborhood to follow. As the owner
of the machine seductively puts ine
case, "he may not be around again until
very late. It is better to thrash while
days are long, so that jobs can perhaps
be finished in a single day."
So, by these and like arguments, the
dirtiest and most disagreeable work of
the whole year and the one that always
requires the severest labor is crowded
into the hottest weather. Not only this,
but the grain is often injured because
cot out of its chaff betore drying out.
We believe in some cases wnere grain is
cut green that it may take sap from
chuff, if not from stalk, while drying
out before being thrashed. In the case
of barley this increased weight of berry j
from late thrashing is of great impor
tance. What is gained by early thrashing?
Simply the satisfaction of knowing how
much crops have yielded, and having a
nasty job out of the way. So many
thrash early that it is rare that farmers
get any better prices for that first mark
eted. On the contrary, as this is the
time when those most pressed for money
are obliged to market their crop, the
price at this time is apt to be depressed.
In most localities there iB too much com
petition in thrashing. If one machine
owner will not take the job late, there
are nlentv others who will. Many small
jobs may be better left until cold
weather and be thrashed with flail than
to nav rates that the owners of expen
sive thrashing machines are obliged to
charge. If, as we believe, the tendency
among eastern farmers is to grow more
fruit and vegetables and less grain, it
will necessitate more hand thrashing in
winter. This will furnish winter work
for help needed in summer.
Bermuda Grass for Lawns.
Bermuda grass is the best of all grasses
for a lawn in dry summer climates. It
will remain beautifully green under
great heat and drouth, though it browns
in winter from severe frosts. It quickly
regains its fine dark green with a little
warmth. It must be grown from short
bits of roots, thinly but firmly covered,
it spreads quickly and covers the ground
therefore it need not be planted very
thickly. When planted, if the soil suits
it and in this it is not particular, if the
climate is right, it is very sure to stay
and keep spreading. So do not plant it
where you do not want it, and keep a
sharp look out or it will get there some
way. It is also the very best pasture
grass we have. Our dairy lands would
be worth ten times as much if half of
their area was planted in Bermuda grass
for summer and the other half in Texas
blue grass and other good winter forage
plants such as alfillirea.
Kiperience with Ensilage.
A. P. Martin of Sonoma county, Cal.,
gives in The Pacific Rural Press a most
interesting experience of five years' use
of a silo 10x29x21 feet in size. He reel
ommends the plan highly, we nas
tested corn of different kinds, oats and
rye, both for summer and winter feed
ing, In his climate cool and foggy
he finds the strong growing " early dent
corn good, but Stowell's Evergreen
sweet corn by far the best. Oats good;
rye poor unless cut before blooming. As
has been stated in this paper, he found
the many different weeds in very weedy
nata were all eaten up clean by the cows.
which proves that nearly any succulent
plant at the right age of maturity will
make good silage, w ny not, use puiycu
vineyard primings? Mr. Martin's exper
ience proves that all dairies should have
gentlemen, one of whom had advanced
him money very frequently, were talk
ing about the deceased, when one of
them took occasion to say:
"With him the ruling passion was
strong in death."
"Well, you see, he even died at an ad
vanced age." Texas Sittings.
"Judging from the dress and general
appearance of that couple that has just
While you koep your subscription paid up yi a
can keep your brand in free of charge.
Allyn. T. J.. lone. Or. HorseB G( on left
shoulder; cattle ame on left hip, nnderbit. on
right ear, and upper bit on the left; range, Mor
Armstrong, J. l, Alpine, Or. T with bar un
der ii on left shoulder of horseB; cattle Bauie
on left hip.
Allison, O. D., Eight Mile. Or. Cattle brand,
O D on left hip and horses same braud on right
shoulder. Hange. Eight Mile.
Adkins, '1' C, Dayville, Or- ytratght mark acrosB
i'e- "... AStfinn. i . jawu e. ur-e ra
got aboard, it's a case of bride and oriut.-1 the thiBh m(i tw() croug and a ,lit , ,ne rjBnt eBr.
it room Thev are starting on a wedding horses. 1 upside down on the right shoulder,
groom. ""-j " o hange in Grant oounty and Hear valley. P O
Take Time bjr the Forelock,
Be prepared to spray at the right sea
son to head off the codling moth, the
curl of the leaf on the peach, shot hole
fungus of the apricot and scab on the
fruit and rusts and scabs on the foliage
of the pear, apple and quince. Remem
ber that the right spray is simply a pre
ventive of these things and not a cure.
Therefore it should be done early. The
state board of horticulture will furnish
formulas fo r the right wasnes on appli
I, A., Illilll
1.. HAMILTON', Prop.
Leaves Heppner, 8 a. in.
6:60 p. m.
ColOlllMt lfc3l .,
Reclining Chair Cars
l'ortliind to Sun
every four days.
. TRADE MARKS.
I DESIGN PATENTS
for Information nr.d free Handbook write to
MUNN A CO.. M HmiMlWAY, NIIW YoUK.
Oldest luiroHU for sofunnu pat'-nts In America,
Kverv anient t-iken out l,v us is hromMit before
the public by a not ice itlven lice of oliarae tu the
t cironliiTlon of nnv scientific pttpcr In the
Slilt'iulMllv tliiistnittHl. No liitcllliipnt
mnn whouM l without it. Wccklv, 9.1.I1U a
vtiir; ms imimii!. AiUlrens MUNN to,
I'ltiJl-tsiiKHi'.oiil Uroiuiwuv. Now York.
S. P. FLORENCE,
For rates and general Information call on
Depot Ticket Agent,
,J . C. 11A. UT,
W. 11 111' ltl.lH'UT. Asst. licnl. I'asl.
'2r,l Washington St.,
C? LTICIt TIM E3 1
And all points in California, via the 5H. Hhasta
route of the
Southern Pacific Co.
Thft Rvent hiuliwiiy tiiroiiKh CalifWnia to all
)oint Kunl ami Smith, timmi tSwiiie limita
of the I'Hoit'ui ("oust. Pullman lititift
blwiwrt. St'Ooiui-chisH MtvptTH
ft Auiu IhhI tot-jiu'iH trniitM, utlurdu'K MU-tr;or
kciMiiniunliilutni" for wctMuLi'iHwi i-um-hk r.
For iHitr., lu'kt'ln, fii't'iniiK cur nfiinUoiiH,
to,, cull uiou or tuk.rwtt
R. KOKH1.KK, MtuiHUfr, K. P. KOUKKS, Ms
lieu. K. -X V. Ayt., l'oiUand, Orcguu.
Culture of Garden Vegetables.
In the report of the horticulturist of
the Maine experiment station, for 1891,
certain points in the culture of cabbages,
tomatoes and eggplants are discussed.
In tho culture of cabbages it was found
that the best results were obtained by
transplanting several times. Plants
grown in flowerpots till ready to b6
placed in the field were better than those
grown in boxes. It was observed that
some varieties of cabbages are attacked
bv the cabbage worm much worse than
others. Those varieties having firm,
close heads are least injured. Of the
twenty varieties grown, those recom
mended for general culture are Jersev
Wakefield, Brunswick, Early Summer
and Flat Dutch. The old Early York is
The following is a summary of the
experiments in tomato culture: 1. An
important requisite to successful tomato
culture is that the plants be kept growing
vigorously; a condition involving rich
soi) and frequent tillage. 2. Frequent
transplanting makes stocky plants, o
Other things being equal, the canines:
and productiveness of tomatoes is in di
rect proportion to the earliuessof settiug
in the field, i. Trimming plants after a
part of the fruit had set increased the
vield bv more than one-third. 5. The
best varieties for general use appear to
be Ignotum, Perfection, Beauty, Golden
Queen, and possibly Prelude.
Eggplants are not extensively grown
in Maino, but the varieties recommended
for home use are Early Dwarf Purple
and Early Long Purple.
Wool Exhibit at the World's Fair.
The assistant secretary of agriculture.
Mr. Willits, who is in charge of the ex
hibit of that department at the World's
Columbian exposition, is taking meas
ures for a thoroughly classified represen
tation there of the wool industry of the
United States. He has appointed a com
mittee to look after this matter, consist
ing of Edward A. Greene, of Philadel
phia, and Hon. John T. Rich, of Elba,
Mich. It is intended to include in the
exhibit 100 samples of foreign wools
taken from the collection now being
made for the use of the customs service
by the same committee. Of domestic
wools about 2,000 samples will be shown
of all breeds and crosses raised in the
country. The space available for this
exhibit will not permit of showing many
whole fleeces, which will be restricted to
a few taken from pedigree sheep. Gen
erally speaking, the samples will be put
in glass bottles holding about a pound,
and will be so arranged in the bottles as
to show on the one side the staple and on
the other the skin side of the clip. In
this way both the farmer and the wool
buyer will see the wool as they are in the
habit of seeing it. Au effort will be
made to relieve the monotony wircb
would arise from so many similar sam
ples, by some special decorative features,
such as pictures of sheep, etc. Mr. Wil
lits desires to secure a fine Merino ram
to be stuffed and mounted on a pedestal
in the center of the exhibit. He would
like tenders of such a ram, whose pedi
gree can be traced to one or more noted
sires and that is now growing his third
fleece. The animal selected will be ex
hibited with the name and address of
the breeder attached, as in the case of all
samples of wool where these are known,
Although the space available (or the ex
hibit is very small, itis hoped that by us
ing great care in the selection of the
samples it may prove of value to the
wool growers of the country.
"That may be, but they've both been
"How do you know?"
"Can't you see she's carrying all the
bundles?" Chicago Tribune.
The Point of View. :
Eev. Mr. Wilgus It ought to bring
the blush of shame to your cheek,
brother Gotrox, to hear it said (as it
often is, and alasl too truthfully,
Brother Gotro-!) that the poor are the
Gotrox I never looked at it in that
light. I have noticed though, that
the really charitable usually are poor.
UafW nf the Family Irene, what
brings that young Ilankinson here four
or five evenings every week?
Miss Irene W hy, papa 1 naraiy i
Johnny (coming to her relief) I know
what brings him here. A pair of the
slimmest legs, a dude ever walked on.
Them's the things, that brings him.
Asking for Information.
"Browning, dear," said Mrs.' Emer
Ttoston to her husband, "what is a
"A cutaneous pastime, love? I never
heard of such a thing."
, "Well, I heard two men on the street
car talking and one of them spoke of a
skin game." Judge.
Fond Husband It's a shame your
household duties prevent your riding
more. I'll get a housekeeper.
Wife (who considers herself a finan
cier) Hut my dear, can you afford it?
Fond Husband Oh, yes. She would
pay for herself twice over. Brooklyn
"If I had my choice of hymns in
church I would always select number
twelve hundred and forty-seven, with
the first and last stanzas omitted."
"How many stanzas are there alto
gether?" "Two." Judge.
At a Progressive Euchor Party.
Mrs. Moses (winner of the prize) It's
a very pretty pencil, but where can I
get the leads?
Mr. Levi (the host) My tear Mrs.
Moses, we have them for sale sheap at
our store. Jury.
The Ins and Outs of It.
Caller Is your mistress in?
Servant No, ma'am.
Caller When will she be in?
Servant I couldn't say, ma'am; I
don't know when she is going out.-
" A POSITION OF TRUST."
Cattle branded and ear marked as shown alatve.
Horses K on right shoulder.
Mv cattle range in Morrow and Cmatilla conn
ties. 1 will pay $lli'fO for tho arrest and con
fiction of any person stealing my stock.
How to Prevent Pickpockets from Steal
ing Your Watch.
Buy a thick cylindrical rubber band,
such as is used on umbrellas. Put it on
the watch, just below the ring. No one
will be able to withdraw it from your
pocket without the most violent tugging.
How to Test Nutmegs.
Prick them with a pin, and if they are
good the oil will instantly spread around
Uow Snakes Climb.
By means of the ribs and the scales on
the abdomen to which each rib is at
tached by a set of 6hort muscles. These
scales grasp the surface over which the
Harvesting; Timothy Hay.
Farmers differ considerably in their
ideas and practice in regard to the proper
time for cutting timothy for hay so that j 8uake passeSi 80mo cpecies ing abie to
tho best resnltsniay be secured from tho climb trees wita reat facility. On a
feeding. Among other trials made at , f tl y 8m0otn 8urface a serpent can-
it.- Mill? uof tin.1 1 J
tue aiatuu Bittuon i" eo"""j not move,
question fourteen plats were used, ana
I 'i-i.iti,l p-l w'tV .vv-ii VVritht W.i iht K' lh SO !b
lvn-m tKrt' '- l!'' '' I :!.... ll- to. 11 iB.
t: -;i-uiV tietntw I i " !-' .'. vlo. M In,
prVlFNTsVRE'co'PY MAIL CONFIDfVl'lAL.
IliiniilfiA. Nitftarit;'. ' " ' M). n'-.r. to
or. o, iv. r. sump. M 'tMSjas s mM'R.cmc6a.
H. HiiH'kmtHt A to. iiuvf mi rst'lus'vt'
(ioiiiTul -Mt'ivlut) ilise tt on Stoikintn
.'ttuiiot do hrttor than ptiTonizt 11.
Bliu'knmu & Co., f U'.'pyui'r'a Tioneor
lk ink. h.
on one-half of eacli plat tho grasa was
cut July 1, wheu the timothy was in full
bloom, ami that on the other half July
18. The hay from each cutting waa
weighed at the time of putting iu the
barn ami again the following April, ana
lyzed, and ita digestibility determined
with sheep, two animals being fed on an
early cut hay and two others on late cut
hay during five days.
The yield per acre of grass cut Julyl
was 4,225 pounds, and that cut July 18,
5,086 pounds. As would be expected
from all previous analyses, the early cut
How to KilVM.ce.
Spread gas tar around the mice holes,
and you will have no further use for
cats or traps.
"The east is as different from the
west as can be," said the professor.
"For instance, on entering holy places
the Oriental removes his shoes. We in
the Occident remove our hats." Har
HeWhat would you do, love, if I
were to fall into the water and be
She Oh, Tom, please don't! you know
I don't look well in black. Once a
Moses How you feels, Levi?
Levi If I vaa no pettcr I vould feel
petter den I does. I vas schvindled my
Moses Veil, sehcatingat race courses
ish a matter of course. Texas Siftings.
A Sick Poll.
Alice My talking doll is very sick
since she foil downstairs. She doesn't
sav 'mainma' or 'papa' any more, but
just mapamapa." Harper's Young Peo
Quack So you prefer me to Dr. Bill?
Mrs. Mulligan Ooh, indade, docther,
dear, ye're a dale better than the other
ould 'umbug. Harper's Bazar.
Uow Camp Meeting Hecmn.
In 1799, John and William Magee,
brothers, the former a local Methodist
preacher, the latter a Presbyterian.
How Paderewttki't Name la Pronooneed. started on a missionary tour in Iten
Paderewski, the Polish pianist, pro- tucky. Their first labors in a church on
nounces his name as if spelled Pah-ter- Red river were attended by remarkable
eff-skee, with a heavy accent on the first results, and at their next meeting, on
syllable and almost suppressing the sec- Muddy river, many families came from
ond. I a distance in wagons and camped in the
' t WlVlil J
to Clean Specks of Paint from I -
urlilroaaulanut UlinllTlrtti .
AdkiuH, J. J., Heppner, Or. Horfies, J A oon
nectecl on le't Hunk; cattle, flame on left hip.
Ayere, Johnny, i-ena. Or. Horeeo branded
triangie ou leti hip; cattle same on right hip;
aln crop off riehi ear and upper bit on wune.
uivth Popv H. Hmmr,er.( tr. Horses Unman
crottB on right shoulder. Kange in Morrow
CBreakman, Geo., Hardman, Or. Horses, a flag
nr left shoulder: cattle Bame on ngni tmouiuer.
bannister, J. W., Hardman. Or. Cuttle brand
ed B on left hip and thigh; Bplit in each ear. I
Brenner. Peter, uoi Beberry Oregon HorBee
branded PB on left shoulder, tlattle same on
right Biae. ,
Burke. M St C, Long Creole, Or On cattle,
MAY connected on left hip. ciopoff left ear, un
der half crop off right. Horses, same brand on
letft Bhoulaer. liunge in Grant and Morrow
Bowsman, A., Mount Vernon and Burns, Or.
Cattle, A B on right hip, two crops in each ear;
same on horses, on right shoulder, Kange in
Grant and Harney counties.
Hrosman, Jerry. Lena, Or. Horses branded 7
on right shoulder; cattle B on the left Bide.
Left ear half crop and right ear uoper slope.
Barton, Wm., Heppner, Or. -Horses, J B on
right thjgb., cattle. Bame on right hip; split in
Hrown. Ish, jbexington, ur. norses m on tne
right stifle; cattle same on right hip; range. Mor
Brown, J .P., Heppner. Or. -Horses and cattle
branded IS with ox-yoke above on loft, shoulder.
Brown, J. C, Heppner. Or. Horses, circle
0 with Mot in n. ter ou left hip; cattle, same.
Brown, W. J., Lena. Oregon. HorseB V bar
over it, on the left Bhouhier. Cattle bhiiio on left
Buyer, W. G.. Heppner, Or. Horses, box
brand or. right hip cattle, same, with split in
Borg, O., Heppner, ur. Horses, jf a on leu
shoulder; cal tie. same on left hip.
Bniwnlee, W. J., Fox,Or Cattle. JB connected
on left side; crop on left ear and two splits and
middle piece cut out on right ear; on horseB same
brand on the left thigh; Hange in Fox valley,
Cain.K, Caleb.Or. Y D on horses onleft stifle;
U with quarter circle over it, on left Bhoulder,
nnfi n ift. Ht.iflu on hII unite under R years: on
left Bhoulder only on all horses over 5 years. All
range in Grunt county.
Clark, Wm. H., Lena. Or. Horsef. WHC con
nected, on left shoulder: cattle (fame on right
hip. Hange Morrow and Umatilla counties.
Cate, Chas. 11., Vinson or Lena, Or. Horses
H C on right shoulder; cattle same on right hip.
Llange Morrow and Umatilla counties.
Cochran, Chas., lone. Or. Horses, HP con
uected on left shoulder; cuttle, V, on both left
hin itmi stifln. liHnire iu Morrow count V.
Cannon, f. B.,Long Creek, Or.Tou cattle on
right side, crop off right ear and slit m left eHr.
Our horses Bame brand on left shoulder. Kange
in Grant county.
Cecil, Wm., Douglas, Or.; horses JO on let
shoulder; ca'tie same on left hip, waddles on
each jaw and two bits in the right ear.
L'urJ, . jonn uay, v.ir. vwuuiv enmo
each hip on cattle, swallow fork and under bit
in right ear, split in left ear. Kange in Grant
county. On Bheep, inverted Atiud spear point
ou Bhoulder. Kar marko.. ewes, crop on left ear,
puuehed upper bit in right. Wethers, crop iu
right and under half crop in left ear. All range
in Grant count v.
Crosby, A. A. .Heppner, Or. Cattle branded "-!-(or
H L coi nected) on the right shoulder.
Cook, A. J. ,Lena,Or. Horses, MUon rightslioul
ler. Cattle, same on right hip: ear mark BQiiare
wop ott lett ana sunt in rig tit.
Currin. it. Y., Currinsville, Or. -Horses. on
Cochran, J II Monument, Or Horses branded
C 1 it A on left shoulder. Cattle, same on right
hip. Bwallow fork in right ear and crop off I eft.
Cox & English, Harduian, Or. Cattle, U with
' in center: horses. CK on left Sip.
Cmmer. H. A.. Monument. Or. Horses H O
on U ft shoulder, cattle H 0 on left side, swal
low fork on right ear.
Tni'limn. It. E.. Monument. Grant Co. Or.
Horses branded circle with bai beneath, on loft
shoulder; cattle same brand on both hips, mark
under slope both ears and dewlap.
Ctiapin, H., Hardmnn, Or. Horses branded
on right hip. Cattle brauded the same.
Cross. B L, Uayville, Or Cattle branded two
crops and a split in left ear; ou horses a
reversed Z on left stifle. Also have the following
brands on cattle: 72 on lett hip. 7 on right hip,
VI on left shoulder, two parallel bars on ldft
shoulder. Ear marks, two crops.
Uoonan. Wm., Heppner, Or. Horses branded
OO with bar over them, on loft shoulder; cat
tle same on left hip.
Douglass, W. M , Galloway, Or. Cattle, R on
right side, swut low-fork in each ear; horses. It D
on left hip.
Douglas, O. T., Douglas, Or Horees TD on
the right stifle; cattle same on right hip.
Duncan, W. P., John Day, Or, Quarter circle
W on right shoulder, both on horses and cattle.
Kange Grant county.
Driskell, W. E., Heppner, Or. Horses branded
K inside of O on left shoulder. Cattle Bame on
left side of neck.
Ely, J . B. & 8ons, Douglas, Or. Horses brand
ed ELY on left shoulder, cattle same on left
hin hnlft in riiiht ear.
KUioti, wasn., iieppner, ur. jjiamona on
Eisk. Uaiph, Prairie City, Or Horses. R F on
right shoulder: cattle, on right hip. Range in
Jfleek, Jackson, Heppner, ur. Horses, tv
(N.nnm'ted on riirht shoulder: cattle, same on
right hip. Ear mark, hole in right and crop
Flmwicft. Sa. A.. HeDDner. Or. Cattle. LF on
right hip; horses F with bar under on right
Florence, 8. P. Heppner, Or. Horses, F on
rieht HhmJdei : cattle, x on riant hip or thiffh
Gay, Henry, Heppner, . Or. GAX on left
Goble, Frank, Heppner, Or. Horses, 7 F on
left stifle; cattle, same on right hip.
Gilmau-French, Land and Live Stock Co., Fos
sil, Or. Horses, anchor b on left Bhoulder; vent,
same on left Btiile. Cattle, same on both hips;
ear marks, crop off right ear and nnderbit in ieft.
Range in Gilliam, Grant, Crook and Morrow
Gentry, Elmer, Echo, Or. Horses branded H.
8. with a quarter circle over it, on left stifle
Range in Morrow and Umatillaconnties.
Giltwater, J . C, Prairie City, Or. On horses,
O -O on left shoulder and stifle; cattle, on right
side. Range in Grant county.
Hams, James, Hardman Or. Horses shaded
2 on lef Bhoulder; cattle same on left hip. Range
in and about Hai-droan.
Hayes. Geo., Lena, Or, Brand JH connected,
with quarter circl over it, on left shoulder.
Hiatl A. M., mage, ur,-iuiH, ruuuu-iuu i
with quarter circle under it on the right hip.
rtAime in morrow ana umaiiimcouuLmu.
Hmtnn .V.Iftnks. Hamilton. Or C-attle. two bars
on either hip; crop in right ear arid split in left.
Horses, J on rittht tnign. nange in uranc county.
Hughes. Hamuel. Wacner. Or T F L on riirht
shoulder on horses; on cattle, on right hip and on
left side, swallow tors in right ear ana sut m ieit
Rane in Haystacs aistriot. iHorvw county.
Hall, bawto, jonn juay,-r. i aiue anou rig-m
hip; horses same on right shoulder. Jrangeio
HUKhes, alar, neppner, norses, snaueu
hai.rt i,n the left shoulder. Ranee Morrow t o.
Hunsaker, B . Wagr.er, Or. -Horses, H on ieft
shoulder; ca tie. V on left tin .
Hardiety. Aloert, ltye, uregon norees, n.n
connected, on left shoulder; Cattle on the left
in cmti nn ir t ear.
Humphrevs, J 4l. Bard man, Or. Horsea, H on
(en Hank , tI ...
Hiatt, Wm. E., Ridge, Or. Horses branded
bar cross ou left shoulder: cattle same on left
hllayea, J. M., Heppner. Or. HorseB, wineglass
on left shouldei cattle, same on right hip.
Ivy, Alfred. Long Creek, Or-Cattle 1 Don
richt hip, crop off left ear and bit in right. Horses
same brand on left shoulder, Kange n Grant
HuBt'on. Luther. Eight Mile, Or. Horse H on
the left shoulderand heart on the left stifle Cat
tle same on left hip. Range in Morrow county.
Jenkins, D. W..Mt. Venion.Or. J on horses on
left shoulder; on caftie, J on left hip and two
smooth crops on both ears. Range in Fox and
Hear vail ya
Jmikin. S. M.. Heppner, Or.-Horees, horse
shoe J on left shoulder. Cattle, the sama.
lianiw n KUrhl Wile. .
Johnson, telix ur.-uuireo, i-o. 10 i ,.u
After Uie window has been wet in
Bow to Mak. Imitation Wsl Candlea.
hav proved to be the more nitrogenous i ,Arter winuow nas oeen wet in. uue pounu oi amm ineu ,u
and also the more digestible. From the ; c eaning it. rub a small coin Hat over all water to each five pounds of tallow.
in ultra w ufio iiifre nn; ciuMirio ui olajvo. nipti uuiuw. ami iuo nium " --
early cut hay 5G.07 per cent, of the or
irauic matter was
digested, and frouith TUey sappear speedily.
L water pass off in steam, run into molds.
Ranee i" Grant conuti and to rartsof John Day
lA'ahey, J W. Heppner Or. Horses branded L
N on left shoulder; cattle came on left hip; wat
tin nver rmht ey three sliis in right ear.
Loften, Stephen, I ox. Or. b L on left hip
on cattle, crop and split on right ear. Horses
same brand on ieft shoulder. Range Grant
Liienallen, John W., L' - - Or. Horses
branded half-cucle JL connected on left shoul
der. Cattle, sain, on lelihip. iUuge, near Lex
ington. Lord. George. Heppner, Or. Horses brauded
double 11 coi.nectt .Sometimes called a
swing H. fin left shoulder.
Maxweil, M . 8., Gooneberry. Or. Hoi-ses brand
ed long link ou left, shoulder; cattle. Bame on
lef hip. Ear mark, under tut ii left ear.
Minor, Oscar, Heppner. ur. Cattle, M Don
riht hip; horsa M on left Bhoulder.
morgan, a. Heppner. Or. Horses, M )
on If ft should"! cattle Bame on left hti.
MoCumber Jas A, Echo, Or. Horaea. M with
bar over on right shoulder.
iViani., B. B., L.ena, Or. Horses old mareB ZZ
on right hiu: vounur stuck. siuhII zz nn lft
Morgan, I hoe., Heppner, Or. Horees. circle
T on toft shoulder and left Hugh; cattle. L on
Mitchell. Oscar, lone, Or. Horses, 77 on right
hip; cattle. 77 on right side.
iUeClaren, D. G., Brownsville, Or, Horses,
Fitrure Ron each shoulder, cattle, M2 on bin
McKem.W.J. Mouut Vernon, Or XI on cattle
on right hip, crop iu right ear. half crop iu left
same brand on horses oh lef I hip. Range in Graut
McCariy, David H., Echo, Or. Horses branded
D.M connected, on the left shoulder; cattle same
on hip and side.
RlcGirr, Frank, Fox Valley, Or. Mule shoe
with toe-cork ou cattle on ribs and under in
each ear; horses same brand on left stifle.
McHidey, G. V., Hamilton, Or. On Horses, 8
with half circle under on left Bhoulder; on Cattle,
iour ours uouueuieu on uop on me rigiic Blue
Range in Grant County.
Neal.Andrew. Lone Rock, Or. Horses A N con
nected on left shoulder; cattle Bame on both hips.
Newman, W. R., Heppner, Or. Horses N
with hHif circle over it on left shoulder.
Nordyke, E., Bilverton, Or. Horsea, circle 7 on
left thigh: cai tie. same on left hip.
Oliver, Joseph, Canyon City, Or. A 2 on cattle
on left hip: on horses, Bame on left thigh. Range
in Grant county.
Oiler. Perry, Lexington, Or. P O on left
Olp, Herman, Piairie City, Or. On cattle, O
LP connected ou left hip; horses on left stifle
and wartle ou nose. Range in Grant county.
Pearson, Olave, Eight Mile. Or. Horses, quar
ter circle shield ou left shoulder and 24 on left
hip. Cattle, fork in left ear, right cropped. 24
on left iiip. Rangf on Eight Mile.
Parker & Gleason, Hardman, Or, Horses IP on
i'lper, J, H., Lexington. Or. Horses, JE con
nected oi left shoulder; cattle, same on loft hip,
under bii in each ear.
Patborg, Henry Lexington, Or. Horses brand
ed with a Romai cross on left shoulder; cattle
branded with Roman cross, bur at bottom, on
Pfttys, A. C, lone. Or,; horBes diamond Pon
shoulder; cattle, J ti J connected, on the
left hip, upper slope in left eurand slip in the
Potter, Dan, Lexington Horses branded MP
connected on left shoulder; cattle same on right
.Powell, JohnT., Dayville, Or Horses, J Peon,
nec ed o left shoulder. Cattle OK connected on
left hip, two under half crops, otto on each ear,
wattle under throa. . Range i" Graut county,
Uickard, G. D., Canyon City, Or. F 0 on left
shoulder, on hordes only. Range Canyon creek
and Bear valley, Grant county.
Hood. Andrew, Haraman. ur. liorBos, Bquare
crorjr. with quarter-circle over it on left stifle.
Reniuger, Chris, Heppner, Or. Horses, C R on
Rice. Uan, Hardman, Or.; horseB, three panel
worm fence on left shoulder; ca.tle, DAN on
right shoulder. Range near Hardman.
Rudio, Wm, Long Creek, Or. Brands horses
R oi right Bhoulder. Range. Grantand Morrow
Royse, Aaron, neppner, Or Hcrses, plain V on
left shoulder; cuttle, same brand reversed on
right hip and crop off right ear. Range in Aior
Hush liros., Heppner, Or, Horses branded 3
on the right, shoulder; cattle, IX on the left hip.
crop off left ear and dewlap on neck. Range it
Morrow and adjoining counties.
Rust. William. Pendleton. Or. HorBes R on
lef I shoulder; cattle, R on left hip, crop oil
right ear, under bit on left ear. bheep, it on
weathers, round crop off righ ear. Range Uma
till aniid Morrow c mimes.
lieuney, Andrew, Lexington, Or. HorSei
branded A R on right Bhoulder, vent quartei
circle over brand; cattle same on right hip,
Range Morrow county.
Royhe, Wm. H, Oairyville, Or HR connected
with quarter circle over top on cattle on right hip
and crop off right ear and split in left. HotseB
same brand on left shoulder. Range in Morrow.
Grant and Gilliam counties.
Hitter, J F, Ritter, Or Three parallel ban
with bur over on horses ou ieft hip; on cattle, left
side, two smooth crops, two splits in each eat,
Range in Middle Fork of John Day.
Hector. J. W., Heppner, Or. Horsea, JO on
left shoulder, Cal tie, o ou right hip.
Spicknall. J. W., Gooseberry, Or. HorBes
branded 31 on left shoulder; lunge in Morrow
ISpmy, J. F., Heppner, Or. Horsea branded iti
connected oi nnht shoulder; cuttle same on both
Hailing, C C Heppner, Or Horses branded 8 A
on ieft shoulder; cuttle Bame on left hip.
Swaggart, B. F Lexington, Or. Horses 2
with ditrih under it ou left stifle, cuttle H with
dash under it on right hip, crop off right ear and
waddled on right hind leg. Range in Morrow,
Uiiuamanu umaiiua counties.
bwatrifart. A. La,. Klin. Or. Horses brande" 2
on ielt shoulder; cettle same on left hip. Crop
on ear, wattle on left hind leg.
Straight W. E., Heppner, Or, Horses shaded
J ti on leti stifle; cattle J b on left hip, swallow
fork in right ear, under bit in left.
Swagguri, L, Alpine, Or, HorBes, S 8 on right
happ, Thos., Heppner, Or. Horsea, 8 A P on
left hip; OHtUr same on left hip.
Shirtz, James, Long Creek, Or. Horses. 3 on
left stifle and over 2 on left shoulder.
8hner,John, Fox, Or. NO connected on
horses on right hip; cauie, same on right hip,
crop jff right ear and under bit in left ear. Range
in Grnnt county.
Smith Bros., Htttvinville, Or, Horses, branded
H. Z. on shoulder; cattie, ame on left shoulder.
Squires, James, Arlington, Or,; horses branded
Jtionleft shoulder; cattle the same, also nose
waddle. Range in Morrow and Gilliam co nties.
Stephens, V. A., HuidniHU, Or-; horses S3 on
right stifle; cattle horizontal L on the right side
Stevenson, Mrs A. J., Heppner, Or. uattle, ti
on right hit ; swallow-fork in left ear.
bwaggart. Q. W., Heppner, Or. Hones, 44 on
left siiouide. ; cattle, 44 on left hip.
Stewart, Geo., Hardman, Or. Horsea circle
ot left shoulder.
Stone. Ira.Bk-kleton, WaBh, Horsea, keystone
on left shoulder. -
Smith. E. E. Lone Rock, Or. Horses branded
a crossed seven on left shoulder; cattle same on
left side. Range, Gilliam county.
Boerry. E. G.. Heppner. Or. ( attle W C on
left hio. croo oft right and underbit in left year.
dewlap; horses W Con left shoulder.
Thompson, J. A., neppner, ur. HorseB, ?, on
left shouiu r; cattle, 2 on left Bhoulder,
lipueta, S. J... Lena, Or. Horses. J on left
lurnor B. W.. Heppner, Or, Small capital T
lett shouldei, horses; cattle same on left hip
wnn spin in ooin ears.
Thirnton, H. M., lone, Or. Horses branded
HT connected on ieft stifle; Bheep same brand.
Vanderpool, H. T., Lena, Or; Horses HV con.
nected on right shoulder ;cat tie, same on right
Walbridge, Wm., Heppner, Or. Horses, U, L.
on the left shoulder; cattle same on light hip.
crop off left ear and right ear lopped.
Wilson, John Q,, Salem or Heppner, Or.
Horses branded J y on ttie left Bhoulder. Range
Warren, W B. Caleb, Or-Cattle, W with quarter
circle over it, on ieft side, split in right ear.
Horses same bra ad on left shoulder. Range in
Wood, F L, Dayville, Or Heart on horses on
left stifle; on cattle, a on left side and under bit
in left ear. Range in Urant county.
Wright, Silas A. Heppner, Or. Cattle branded
8 W on the right hip. square crop ott right ear
and sphtio left,
Wallace, Francis, Mount Vernon,Or Sqnareon
cattie on the left hip. upper slope in ihe left
ear and under Blope in right ear. Same brand
on horses ou right Bhoulder. Range in Harney
and Grant county.
Webster, J. 1.. Heppner. Or. Horses branded
W'th bar over J on right shoulder; cattle same
on right hip, crop on lett ear ana split in each.
Range, Morrow county.
Wade, Henry, Heppner, Or. Horees branded
ace of spadee on lett Bhoulder and left hip.
Cattle branded same on left side and left hip.
Weils, A. S., Heppner, Or. Horses, awa on left
shoulder: can e same.
W oitiuger, John, John Day City, Or On horw.
three parallel bars on left shoulder; 7 on sheep,
bit in both ears. Range in Grunt and Maihuer
Wyland, J H, Hardman, Or. Circle C on left
Woodward, John, Heppner, Or. Horees, CP
connected on lef t shoulder.
Wat kins, Liehe. Heppner, Or. Horses branded
UE connected on left stifle,
Wallace, Charles, Portland, Or. Cattle, W on
right thigh, hou in left ear; horees, W on right
shoulder, soni saiseon left shoulder.
W niftier Bros., Drewsy, Harney oounty, Or. -Horn-
branded W B. nnitiH!te.I on ift shoulder.
Williams. Vasco, Hamilton. Ur. Quarter cir-
iaft -ttinnr nititle. same on rmnt nip, unuer nair . .., k.,n iu; k...: ..i i
crop in right and sulit m left ! horses. Range Grant county.
Kenny, Mike, lleppuer, Or.-norees brandy Wtlll(unB, j O. Long Creek, Or-fiorses, quar
KM on left hip cattle same and crop off left j jer circle over three bars on left hip; CHttJe same
r: nodwr-loion -h nifht i , .. h Kana-in Wrnnt enntv.
lYirk. . i., iik"'vm
nhnnlder; cattle. rW iwi left hip.
Keller, Kichard, Blanton. Grnnt emty. Or
K K in square, cattle on left hip; horsea same
on left shoalder. Range Bear vallev.
I n n, a., 1 rptiuw, vr. nurwMS running A A
on shoulder; Cattie. same on rignt hip.
Voting. J. S., Gtxwet-erry, Or. Hurbea branded
1 T S on the right hooidar.