East Oregon herald. (Burns, Grant County, Or.) 1887-1896, June 24, 1896, Image 8

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WK HBCUItK PATENTS
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where at lower price* for the value given than
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J. C, Foley, cattle brand = on right aid*.
Horse brand = on left shoulder.
(tattle brand, II., on left rib under bit li
left ear, under elope in right ear Iloraa bread
71 on right stifle. R E J. A. Willlame P, 0.
Riley Or.
Horses branded )-( on left atifle. Cattlebraal
ed )-( on left hip. Marion Bunyard, P0 Burna
Miss Rosa Dickenson Horse brand anvil es
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O. Lawen Ore.
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Lawen Ore
Cattie brand figure 7 on either hip: msrklirM
crop off each ear, slip in each ear, and wsd
on left jaw. Horse brand figure 7on either hi?
J. H. Bunyard.Burns Ore.
Geo Williams, horses and mules hrs
rounding w, on tight stifle. P. 0 Riley
Horse brand bar m on left shoulder: '»tt
brand bar-m on left hip and ribs. Cstnen
Marshall PO NarrowsOre. ”
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Horse brand on left shoulder 8
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tion HARFFR's WEEKLY exclusive informa­
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muscle of right hind leg. Phil Smith Burns
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8. I.ampehire and Son cattle brand
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umierbit in left. P, O. Burns Ore.
Horae* and Cattle branded J P on left' »boul-
der some b anded JP connected
Mary J.
Price. Burn* Ore
Herman Ruh cattle brand g om.i«
er crop off and swal.rw fork in left ear
ear ntider slope, P.O. Lawen.
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