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IIKND, ORUGON, FRIDAY, JUI,Y w, 1908.
A CATHOLIC SCHOOL
1 1 1
pntlicr lllckcy Will Open
One at Wasco.
)UKIN(1 Till: SUMAH-R ONLY
Will (lnther Hoy of Ills District nnd
Instruct llieitt In tlio Precepts
ut Iio Church.
The Rev. I'r. M. J. Mickey is
working out a plitu for tlte letter
religious traiti(ii of the Catholic
boys u( Crook county. Tlie plan
contemplate taking the Ixiys to
I'nther Mickey's home nt Wasco,
wlictc they will k given iiiftructioti
during the .Hummer mouths in the
prcccptsof their church. This in
struction will be free of charge,
ami while a large portion of the
tune will he given to religious train
niH, the lyn will be given time and
opportunity to indulge in base lull
Htnl other boyish orta. Father
lllckcy hai written to The Hulletiu
explaining his plan, mid wcnpcu(l
the letter lcIow;
To the Catholics of Hcnd-Rcd-nioiul
Mission -During my recent
Raster visitation of my large mis
Monary district, I announced to the
various congregations that I visited,
that it wait my intention to gather
in to Wasco on the 1st of August,
or immediately after the harvesting
Mason, nil the boys of my whole
district of sufficient age to make
their first communion and to I
confirmed. I now desire to extend
through The llcud Hulletiu' the
name invitation to the parents ami
youth of llcud, Redmond and vicin
ity. I also Mated that I would per
sonally beat all the cxpcn.se of
these boys, once they came under
my charge; that is, I would Ixurd,
lodge, train, educate and .supply
llicm with religious literature with
out a dollar's expense to themselves
or their patent!!. J remarked to
the boys with whom J pcrsouully
ojwkc on the subject, that whilst
they would spend a large amount
of time in religious training and in
preparation for the reception of the
Sacraments, as above, I would give
them it good, pleasant time and an
opjxirtuuity to engage in healthy,
boyish sjwrts. I desire it. however,
clearly understood by the parents
and by the boy.s themselves, that I
rciptirc the boys to know their
prayers and Catechism fairly well
beforehand, so that they might the
better profit by the instructions I
Miall give them during lite month
or six weeks they may be under
my charge. The prayers they arc
to memorize arc: The Our I'lithcr;
Hail Mary, Holy Mary; Ajwstle's
Creed; Confitcorj Acts of Contri
tion, Faith, Hope nnd Charity;
Hail, Holy Queen; The Ten Com
mandments and tlte Six Precepts
of the Church.
The ago of making first com
niuuioti and confirmation is from
10 years upwards; exceptionally
well instructed, good, bright hoys
u year younger, might be permitted
to receive these Sacraments.
Owing to the fact that on the
aoth of May last I met with a very
oevere accident at Redmond, from
the effects of which I ant now un
der the doctor's care nt St. Viu
1 cut's hospital, some may think
that I have abandoned the idea ot
training these boys as nbove out
lined, but I have not. I am more
intent now thnu ever on this move
ment, because I consider it about
the only practical menus of accom
plishing any good on these wild
missions tor the dear boys them
Helves, nnd of keeping them nnd
their parents in the faith.
No boy or man will be shut nut
from the opportunity; quite u num
ber urc anxious to come. I will
furnish fine, ample, free accom
modations for till, and we will feed
them well, too.
I hope to visit the missions again
by the cud of July, please pod, and
make personal arrangements for
their proposed visit to Wnscn.
For further Information and par
ticulars, write immediately to
Kiev. Fatiihu IIicki'iv,
rrnniportntloit the I'ropcr i heme.
J. Frank ii'troud, 'formerly of
llcud but now In the ronl cstnte
huNiuess at Menvcrton, Qregou, in 11
letter to The Hulletiu sayr
"Am itUil to note that the clticu of
Crmilc county niV Inking mi active In
Iciest In the work of building a railroad
Into tlMt section of the state, nnil hov
tlmt etc long, the whistle of the I rim
Ihiiw niiiy win) through the valley of
llir iijiikt licschutc, ami CentrM Ore
iron' d r Mill of heller trnniiortntiou
facilities he full' realized. Your truly,
J. I'hank Ntiioi'O."
Another reader of The Hulletiu,
located at Seattle, is also ititcrcktcd
in the railroad news of this section.
and writes to The Hulletiu ns fol
"I renil your lliiltctln with not n little
interest, especially in rcgnul to Hie
items (-otirrriilii the development of
railroad facilities In Crook county.
Transportation ( the proper theme ami
I Iiojh- that ft will eome at nn curly ilitc.
Voiir truly, Ciias. M. Ilnvr."
Which only nljows thnt the eyes of
many iieupic are 011 tins section
and they are waltjtig anxiously the
coming of the iron horse.
I ho Fourth at Klngdon.
The spirit of the I'mirtli hroimlit to
gether n er Utf.v eomMiuy 011 the
river Ixtnk nt what utcd to he the old
"l'rliii'lc plaec." A swing which had
liccu erected for the ue of the laillei
kik twtioulied hy the gentlemen ami
Ceo. (late ami John Hate, while doing
a high nlnglng tutit, met with n very
light accident. They had eaten to
much dinner that they broke the scat,
hut it wa soon fixed and the twinging
went gaily n-
The plucpple sherbet made ami
brought In tiy Mr. Joiie ami miii mh
atmilutely uiiMta1lcld. Tin- hot roll
ami uiochrt rake brought hy Mr. Mer
rill nnd daughter, Mr, ferry, were
well they were ped and we do my
tiMutjmcl. Ikiketl Ikmui ami eug
imIaiI by Mr. Minor were well, we
never tutted lietter and one of the oldest
settler, t'livle John Sisemnte, Mid they
A pleauul feature uf the day urn a
recltAtloii from Mark Twain hy Kcv.
Anthony Mitchell, (or which he wat
tendered a ote of tlnul. A bouuucl of
beautiful wild llowcra gathered hy 1'. A.
,Sniiiiuet added not a little to the ap
prarucc of the well iprend tattle, and
we iiiiKht mention that' our ml. white
ami blue lmiitinK deeurntol oxer the
tl te autoux the tiee. vel gaily
in the hreee and told it own ttory.
Mr. Kichnrd Klu, a ery young nun of
73 0Himeti, expreMdl hi youth In con
tnut attendance on the Udie, shov
preeUleil hi energy ami forethought in
i-niottiietlug the tattles and iKat.
Mr. Smith mid MIm IMomIc Keeil,
1 h.ij 1 rone.1 hy Ml Cora Hate, uiade
M'rml trlw ncroM the rher ami well,
tome people did My we hail plenty of
fmxl for n w eildiug upcr, lmt oh! dear
me, we are hlahhlng. The young eople
went guU uf Mr, ami Mr. Ceo, (late
011 u outing t the fih trap ami we
wUh t lie 111 lot of pleasure.
And oh! dear, now your mouth
will water when we tell you ntout the
pleudid riMitcd Mickiug pig rooked by
Mi. Shoiupie! ami Mr. Iluiitiiigtoii.
In f.iot, I four a great tunny uf 11 made
pig uf ourwilcoverall the good tiling.
Mr. June' liometed near hy was
li,iilturlor to all the Kml mid they
were welcomed 11 o)ly hi uimher, Mr.
Jmicn, (.Kill elcotiivnu one, The lioie
h.id their own little Fourth In 11ml nlxmt
hta splendid roomy barn. The hor in
the meadow instr by knew it was the
Fourth hy the constant report of the
lire work. In the picture of 11 nil,
tnkeuhyMr. Minor, Corn llule make
a pretty picture with her pet hunh nnd
This wtu the first Fourth of July cele
brated nt Kindlon nud we how their
will he uiuily more of the Mime hi years
to come nud only hope every one will
enjoy themselve n we'd 11 the seven
teen who rcicumicii mere on July
In the future yachts nud niitoiuoblle
will lie In evidence.
Rovl. W. Wlllfnm Tostlfloi
Itcv. I. V. WilllnuiH. Iluiitiiigtoii,
W. V11.. testifies ns follow: "Till U to
ccrtilly thnt 1 used l'olcy' Kidney Hem
cdy for nervous exhaustion nud kldiiey
irouuie, iimi nm irec 10 ay uini I'oieya
Kldncv Kemedv will do all that vou
claim for lt."-C, W, Merrill, I)ruKUt.
ANOTHER DEEP WELL
Roslaiul Alcn Will Drill
One at That Place,
Work Will lie Commenced a Soon as
a Machine Can He Secured Will
Ue (Jlvcn a Thorough Test
A number of Roslnnd men have
banded together and will drill a test
well 'for the purpose of determining
whether or not flowing water can
lie struck at that place. The well
will be sunk on the Roslaud town
site and the men connected with the
enterprise are J. S. Rogue He Co.,
C. W. Richie, Frank Rogue, and
J . S. Hoguc. who is the leading
spirit txdiind the move, was in
llcud Thursday evening on the way
to Redmond to confer with Moore
llros., who have n drilling machine.
Mr. Hoguc j.fatcd to The Hulletin
that work on the well would be
commenced as soon ns a machine
could be secured, and if they sljould
have any difficulty in cngagipg a
machine, the Roslaud men would
buy one themselves. If the test
well proves a success n number of
ranchers in that vicinity will
have wells drilled nnd a machine
would be kept busy for several
Mr. Hogttc said they were very
confident of striking artesian water,
although nothing definite could of
course be told until the test was
actually made. They expect to
drill to a sufficient depth to nive
the matter n thorough test. A two
inch casing will be used in the fir.M
ItittiMiiNti. July j. Mr. Kendall
iHwle a rty for Irene Tuesday in honor
(tfhcrnixih birthday. Quite a initntwr
were present ami everybody eeml to
lie enjoying themwlve.
liar! Ithret I having the fence eat of
hi ditch forty ct in to accommodate
Mr. ClmpmaH will ttaeh owr tclnwl the
MIm Krlckiuiu of llcllhn-bam, Wash
iiiKtou, it hi looking over her eighty
wet of town with n view to making im
provement 011 it.
Mcr Cox nud MeCslTery lwvc formisl
n partiicrthip for the purpose of selling
real estate. Frunk says they will call it
"The Other Ileal tte Office."
Mr. Lilly came nloug Tuesday nud
t(Mik Mr. I'ark riding, n treat which wan
Quite a crowd of our people went to
I.uldl.iw to celebrate. Other went to
l'riueville, while ktill other went to the
river for n quiet outing, cither in made
up partial or family grou. Many nlso
SHOWING METHOD OF IRRIGATION NEAR BEND.
TIIR nbove cut shows the furrow method of irrigation, the system tlmt i almost exclusively used ou the Irrigated
lauds in the lleml country. While flooding i used extensively in some irrigated sections, the leading irrign
tiouUts of the country are ngrecd thnt the furrow system is the lietter, ns it leaves the soil in good condition
for the grow lug crops and does not Kike or pack the surface. To one uuacquainted with irrigation it would seem
nu eudlcM tnsk to prepare n field for furrow irrigation, but it is easily, quickly and inexpensively dono by menus of
home-made contrivances. The above scene is token on the segregation of The Derchutc Irrigation & Power Com-pauy.
entertained nt home or simply went vii
It ha lcn rejiorted that Vours Truly
( soon to leave this place far nil extend
ed visit. If you sec it in the Uedmond
eorreiomleuce to tK local papers it may
be decmlcd on a fact, t'ulil otherwise
rejiorted, however, all we feel free to say
l that Mr. Park will leave Tuesday
morning for Ottumwa, Iuwa, and other
eastern ohit to aih'IhI wjim time' in
rccupcrntiug from her recent ilfnes.
It is reported that Loyd Harwler ami
Mls llcvarij were married Saturday by
the Ucv. Mr. Lilly. We extend our
let wlsljo. I)il ha the A. V. Mor
gan firm (11 crop this year.
It. C. Park.
Tuma;.), July 7. And I'uiiny won!
The warm days are still with us and
cro qrt growing fine.
Chas. Sjviugli and I. It. Wimer mmjmI
IhrouKh here yestenlay koIu to Matotes
for a week's outing and fishing.
Ceo. W. Wimer made n busincM trip
to l'riueville the fore rt of tills week.
Three baud of sheep belonging to
Mr. llintou of Itakeovcn, U'K" county,
pnweil through here last week going on.
o the summer range.
John Itdwardsstopiicd In Tunalo yet
eriy rcttidiiug from l'riueville wltere
lie pcnt the I'ourth. He reports having
a good time.
Mis. I'ullUin and children ami Mist
Stackley and Ceo. Shumaker and Jlrs.
l'ulllam's father, Mr. Trent, pasaed
through here last l'riday going up the
!)echutc fiver oil a fithlng trip.
Most every one from these parts spent
the Fourth at I.aldlaw and report n very
enjoyable time, clashing the kind people
of I.aldlaw as Rood entertainers. They
hail a trout barbecue equal to that at
llcnd last year, and the race were first
class. Wimer' little gray mare, I'unuy,
walked off with honor in both races,
winning over Mr. Stiles' mare in the
first race of too yards by an easy mare,!"
In the yu yard nice site was entered
against the Cerkin mare which gave the
Wtiuwciler horse such a hlrd rub at
llcud on the I'ourth of too;; also a bay
amt a sorrel owned by Mr. I'ryear, nnd a
black tielougiug to Mr. Lowe and Mr.
Stile. Six hordes were entered but the
race wtis I'uutiy' with Nick I'rcuch of
llcnd a rider from the start, having
jumped to safety within the first y
yard. It was a good race, but the dis
tance w a too short for Mr. Cerkin'
horse, which is a good one and which
makes a Rood half-mile run.
It is a revelation to people, the keverc
fawn of lung trouble that have been
cured tiy l'olcy' Honey nud Tur. It
not onlv sto the couh but heal nud
strengthen the lungs. L. M. Huggta,
Keasuor, Iowa, writes: ':The doctor
said I had consumption, and I got no
better until I took Foley's Money and
Tar, It stopiied the hemorrhage and
ivilu in my him: and they arc now as
sound as a bullet." C. W. Merrill.
I.ADIKSI You should have
your calling cards printed at The
Hulletiu office. The latest styles.
Read The Bullctiu and get the
news, all of it.
FOUND DEAD IN BED
Cook In Prlncvlllc Hotel
SIGNS OP OIL IN GRIZZLY WELL
Water Drawn from
Depth of HO Feet
lias Slcum of Oil
when Allowed to Stand.
Francis J. White, a Portland
man employed as a cook at the
Foindcxtcr, was found dead in bed
under circumstances pointing to
suicide early Monday morning.
He had retired early the night tx
fore, and some time during the
night had written, in a trembling
hand: "Mrs. M. E. White, 825
Lander St., Montavillc. Portland."
and underneath this, "Send papers
This was written upon a scrap of
note paper, which he had placed
upon a bundle of documents on his
Justice Luckcy empanelled a
coroner's jury and held au inquest,
at which it developed that death
was due to natural causes. The
odd part of the case is that he
seemed to know death was at hand
and wrote his wife's address while
awaiting his end.
Instructions came from Mrs.
White yesterday morning to inter
the remains here, and accordingly
he was buried by the county yester
day, in a badly decomposed condi
tion. White had been in Prineville
but littls more than a week. He
was about 52 years of age and a
veteran ot tue Cuban war.
Find Indications or Oil.
Ren Hclfrich was in town from
Lamouta Tuesday and states that
much interest is being taken by
the people in his section over the
bright prospects of oil being struck
by the Madras Oil Company in
their drilling operations on the
west slope ot Grizzly mountain.
The ell ill has sunk to a depth of
over 80 feet, water having been
struck, which is strongly impreg
nated with oil seepage. This is
believed to be certain indication of
the presence of oil. When this
wntcr is set aside in a pail a s-kum
of oil quickly rises to the surface,
and thus encouraged the drilling
is rapidly proceeding. Journal.
llasy to Secure Rlght-of-Way.
This week the right-of-way man
for the Ceutral Oregon Railroad
Company, Mr. l A. Wynn, is
securing the right-of-way between
this place and I.atuonta. Frauk
Osborn went to I.auionta last Mon
day to meet Mr. Wynn, to go over
the proposed line with him. and
upon his return Tuesday evening
he stated that the people of t
Culver and Lamouta districts wer
exhibiting a very friendly spirit toi
ward the enterprise and that n
trouble would lie experienced ir
securing the right-of-way In ,
the people of that locality will a-x
silt in every way they can in tlici
movement to extend the ratlroa J '
Mr. Osborn says that Mr. Wynn m
confident the road willbeliui'
once. The railroad will be extend ,
ed along the old survey of the Co i
lumbia Southern, through the Lylr
and Rrown gap and on to Madras
on south from here through the'
Culver and Lamonta districts to I
O'Xcil, from which point one '
branch will go up Crooked River to
Prineville, while another bran-li
will go.to- Bend.
The old survey out r,f Shaniko
came down Ward's Creek, but it in
said another route is being looked
over, by way of Antelope, and the
road may come that way. Mr. C
M. Rcducid, chief engineer for the
D. I & P. Co., went over both
proposed routes last week and aLso
spent several days between Trout
Creek and Anteiope, looking after
right-of-way matters. He and Mr
Howard, the general manager of
the Deschutes company, arc devot
ing their time and energies to work
ing out the financial and engineer
ing details of the proposed extcu
sion, and both of them are confi
dent of the success of the undr
taking. Madras Pioneer.
Price of Water Not Raised.
Madras is dry, Not "a drop o1
kindness" can be had in the village
save on the prescription of a prac
ticing physician, and some of thr
old stagers are declaring that this
"drouth" is the worst thing they
have seen, since the grasshopper
plague, says the Pioneer. And so
it has come to pass that water r.
being used as a beverage in Crook
county. Co-incident with the clos
ing of the saloon, the proprietor of
the public water system announces
that he will not raise the price of
water, and some relief is obtained
from that announcement.
M. L. Loncks, proprietor of the
only saloon in Madras, closed the
doors of his establishment last Titos
day evening, as the prohibition law
went into effect on Wednesday
The door of the building beare a
placard saying "Murdered by the
prohis." On one of the front win
dows is another placard bean tig
Iliuh, little bar-room, don't you fry
You'll te 4 drug-store, bye nnd byp
Oood Words for Howard.
Roscoe Howard, the general mana
ger of the Deschutes Irrigation &
Power Co., who is promoting the
Central Oregon railroad, has the
reputation of carrying to success
anything he undertakes. He hat
taken bold of the railroad project
with a willanddetermiuation which
compels the belief tha it, too, will
be successfully carried through
The' scheme of raising money iu
Crook county to build a tailroad is
not a new one, but heretofore there
has been lacking some onewiti tlm
initiative to take the plan up.
organize tue busiuess toterests ot
the county, and , put it through
Mr. Howard came to Crook county,
saw the opportunity and ituttuil
iately wcut to work to nut it into
execution. It the plan is sttccesi
fully carried out, Crook county will
owe much to him. In his efloiti
to make it a success, hi is entitled
to the assistance and cooperation
of.every man in. the. comity. The
ptjoject Jiaq.rcached n poiut wheru
with that help its success iy puuh
cally assured. Madras Pioueer.
Cavalrymen Will Visit More,
A troop of 250 cavalrymen, cu .1
march from Walla Walla to Alb.ny
via Miuto Pass, will campoiKMiiaht
in Moro, arriving hereon Sunday.
July 19. The war department
telegraphed from Washington city
for hay ami grain for the hordes, u
camp site and water. Mayer Mes
singer gave permission to use Ihe
park for a camp site, with nil the
free water necessary for one nivtht
Sherman County Observer.
Foley's Orino Laxative, the new l.n.v.
live, stimulate:!, but d6es not irill.ito.
It is the beet laxative. C.uaruMtcrJ ' fcr
your money Uck.C. W.Merllll DltlA