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TAGE TWO. !AUiY EAST OKEGONIAX, PENDLETON, OREGON. MONDAY, DKCEMBEU 30, 1007. EIGHT PAGES. LOST BOY SUICIDES Biggest and Best Bargains of the Year All Remnants at H air Mark iPti C8 FITHTL STOKY OP DEATH OF HOY IX NORTH FORK COUNTHY With a Friend Wn Hunting Deer unci Strayed from 1'iuli Tried to Omul Vp Mountain Slilo But Slip ped Buck Mich Tlino DoHiMilrlng of Heticliiiifr Oinip, Puis Bullet Through Ills Own Head. scss H "2 PRICE. Over 2000 Remnants left from the sales of the last few months to be closed out in two days, Monday and Tuesday your choice at - - 1-2 PRICE. REMNANTS OF DRESS GOODS In lengths of from 1 to 5 yds. REMNANTS OF TABLE LINENS From 1 to 4 yds. REMNANTS OF FLANNELETTES, OUTINGS, CANTON FLANNELS GINGHAMS, CALICOES, MUSLINS and SHEETINGS, LACES and EMBROIDERIES All Go at Half Marked Price. Don't Miss the Savings These Remnants Affords. Merchandise purchased on credit Monday and Tuesday goes on your January account. Peoples Warehouse Lost In the wilds of the mountain ous Rfctlon of the North Fork coun try taut of Dent, Edward Martin, a youth 17 years of age, committed suicide Bometlme Sunduy night by Hhoot ng hlniBolf through the head with a Winchester rifle that he wus carrying In search of deer, says the Lewlston Teller. The story of the suicide was brought to the city last night by W. II. Mct nult. who was a member of the searching party that followed the tracks of the unfortunate boy through the snow until the body was found in Elk creek canyon. Murtln had started out for a deer hunt with L. Ferguson of Peck, and after the pair had traveled for a con siderable d stance they encountered the track of a deer and also of an elk. Ferguson started In pursuit of the elk and Martin followed the deer, but nfterwards returned to the camp where he secured lunch 'and then started to follow the tracks of Fer guson, who was In pursuit of the elk Tbe nearchers found he had fol lowed these tracks to within half a mile . of where ho would have over taken the hunter and then, turned In to Elk creek canyon. He descended Into the canyon and evidently at tempted to again reach the highlands for the tracks In the snow told the story of his persistent efforts to climb the steep mountain sides, but the slippery snow Impeded his pro gress and he would slide to the bot tom again. The point where the body was found shows where he had fall en from a log and It is believed In Juries sustained by this fall made further travel Impossible, and In the moment of despair he placed the muazle of the rifle In his mouth and pulled the trigger. Mr. McN'utt states It Is almost Im possible to bring the body from the place where the suicide occurred, nnd Ms purpose In Lewlston ts for tbe purpose of communlcat'ng with 'the boy's mother In Cleveland, O., to ascertain her wishes In tbe mntter, Martin enmo west a few months affo In senrrh of work and was em ployed by William Duress, near Dent. The Where it Pays to Trade Save Your Coupons USE OF NEWSPAPERS III PUBLIC SCHOOLS The following article on the study cf newspapers In schools was written for "The School and Home," an ex cellent school Journal of Portland, by Bert Huffman, editor of the East Ore gonlan: While there are now perhaps too many studies in the public school course of study In Oregon, I firmly believe that there Is yet room and time In the public school for a brief review of the current news in the grades above the ' fifth. A few moments' review of current events world-wide, national and lo cal frpm the representative news papers available to each school, will not only relieve the monotony of itudylng the school branches, but tt will "add zest to the day's work, di versifying the knowledge gained each day and broaden the child's mind. It is marvelous to see pupils of the fifth, sixth and seventh grades, those who do not ordinarily make a prac tice of reading papers and following current events, grasp from day to day the general scope of world events, after a few weeks' drilling in newspa per review In school. By no means should the sensation al, the objectionable, the criminal news of the day be discussed In school, nor admitted In review. The wholesome, uplifting, really histori cal events which take place dally In every part of the world, offer every Inducement to pupils to follow up the complex, yet fascinating story of world movement. Girls become Interested In the lives and doings of rulers and their families, ' and In the biographies of prominent people; In art, science, school history, school progress and ; COFFEE The best name for coffee is one that tells where the money's to come from, if you don't like it. Thi frcr ruarm jo.r mtr II r it IU Schiliinj'i Brtf wt r kla. j other kindred topics, and will remem ! ber facts gleaned from the dally press i with greater ease than those gleaned from books. The newspaper's story ,is part of the present; It appeals to today's thought, Is part of today s en vironments. Boys are Interested In war, battles, storms, inventions, political move ments and other kindred subjects, and the newspaper review not only gives them a diversion in school study, but it keeps them in step with current events, makes them abler and read ier debaters, keener students and more capable of receiving the fullest benefit from school studies. It has been noticed, where a daily review of current events has been in troduced into the schools, that those students which took most Interest In this review were most successful In debates In composition, In Eng lish, rhetoric and literature. The study of telegraphic news and editorial opinions, expressed In every day terms, Interspersed with practi cal Illustrations and forcible expres sions, broadens the vocabulary. strengthens the mental grasp and gives a freshness and vigor to the mind which Is not to be found In text books. , Text books are the bone and sinew of an education, to be sure, but they lack that lively flush of activity and versatility, that tinge of actual life which la gained from contact with the living world, and which completes the perfect figure of an education. Just as the young physician, who has tolled through dry volumes, needs the actual touch of the human spe cies, the experience of doing things with his own hands, before his pro fesslonal education Is completed, so does the student of the common branches need the exhlleratlon of the actual, throbbing current of today's happenings to give him a thorough understanding of his "book learning," to properly and adequately fit him to make sane comparisons, to draw sane conclusions. I believe that 20 minutes each day devoted to a review of current events In the public schools of Oregon, will have more weight and Influence In making good citizens, sensible voters and well balanced men and women, than perhaps, any other 20 minutes of the school day. This is saying very much, It may seem, but try to compare any other subject with this 20 rrunute review of the living, moving, history-making, world-developing forces of today, and we see how this subject towers sky high above all others. Here's Good Advice, O. 8. Woolever, one of the best known merchants of Le Raysvllle, N. Y., says "If you are ever trou bled with piles, apply Bucklen's Ar nica Salve. It cured me of them for good 20 years ago." Guaranteed for sores, ' wounds,, burns or abra sions. 2E cents at Tallman & Co.'s drug store. HOTEL ARRIVALS. Hotel St. George. E. H. Clarke, city; C. D. France. J. W. Call, H. P. Glvens, J. T. Lacey, J. A. Allison, S. Lee, Thos. Purdy, Portland; D. Mat lock, Heppner; Jno. Clancy, N. S. Wood, J. J. Hogan, C. Berkley, J. C. Moon, Portland; P. J. De Clerg. Se attle; Joe Langford, R, Shephard, Spokane; Robert Tucker, N. A. Wynn, W. L. Reddlg, Ed Culp, Port land; C. D. Farrell, Portland; Oliver P. Martin, U. S. R. S.; W. H. Brooks, Chicago; Jas. Hatcher, Fred Taylor, Portland; D. Matlock, Heppner; D. R. Atkinson, Portland; Jno C. Wal ter, Walla Walla; W. R. Cody and wlie, Hii x; J. W. Baker and wife. J. Sedore, Spokane; C. W. Isaacs Portland; Geo. McGIlvery, Spokane; R. D. Stanfleld and .wife, Echo; ft, II. Burke, J. Peters, W. T. Shlrrey Portland; W. D. Donovan, Hermls- ton; II. M. Saling, Portland; J. Win ston. Baker City; J. R. Means, Her mlston. Golden Rule Hotel. Thomas Hy ner, Seattle; G. K. Harrington, Sa lem; Dr. E. R. Swlnburn, city; Asa S. Arbogast, Rltter; Henry M. Som mers, Hermlston; T. Montleth, Port land; Everett Butler, Klona; Mrs. W R. Cody, Spokane; B. Silver, Spokane; H. O. Akers, lone; J. M. Royer, Pilot Rock; Mrs. J. M. Royer, Pilot Rock; Catherine Pooley, Salem; Mrs. J. E. Davis, Umatilla; J. E. Mercer and vlfe, Iowa! Miss Ethel Martin, Mil ton; Miss Ester Compton, Milton; Fred Adams and wife; Mose Ash baugh; Anna Bergevln; J. Jessie Walla Walla; L. H. Fry. Starbuck; Alice Gangyon, Adams; H. O. Hurl- burt, Echo; J. G. Brown; Marlon Marks; D. S. Ausherman; A. C. Ruth' erford: Miss Ruth Royer; D. S. Auslv rman; Thos. Hayner, Seattle; Z. Bl singer; Nels Chiistlanson, Johgan Christensen, Union; Winnie Budd Walla Walla; Alice Gongyon, Adams; J. A. Best, city; Fred Adams and wife; H. D. Cachatt, Baker City; J. E. Orr, Athena; Mrs. C. E. En zorth, Walla Walla. There is nnlhlna- better nffrrpil tho public todav for stomach troubles. dyspepsia. Indigestion, etc., than KODOL. This Is a scientific prepar ation of natural dlgestants combined with vegetable acids and It contains tbe same Juices found .In every heal thy stomach. KODOL Is guaranteed to give rellcr. It s pleasant to take It will make you feel fine bv dlecst ing .what you eat. Sold by Tallman & Co. Ranch for Sale. For Sale 160 acres on McKay creek, three miles from Pendleton Inquire of or address II. P. Whit man, Pendleton, Oregon. IT'S YOUR KIDNEYS. Unolo Rum N nmnklnjr Hie pipe, of iwnee, but It' difficult question to decide whether or not the world will neeept It There's no hesitancy on tho part of tho peoi,l to m,Jr M,r clothing for we've (jot tho best good and sell nt tho right prices. When, In need of gwitlonieii's wear, vbdt Um prosperity store. Bond Brothers Pendleton's Leading Clothier. Break up a COLD in Four Hours ' with' Rexall Cold Tablets 25c 1M Pendleton Drug Go. "The Mark of Quality" IKm't Mistake the Cause of Your Troubles A Citizen or Pendleton Slious How to Cure Them. Many people never suspect their kidneys. If suffering from a lame, weak or aching back they think that it Is only a muscular weakness; when urinary trouble sets In they think It will soon correct Itself. And so It Is with all the other symptoms of kid ney disorders. That Is Just where the danger lies. You must cure these troubles or they may lead to diabetes or Brlght's disease. The best remedy to use Is Doan's Kidney Pills. It cures all Ills which are caused by weak or diseased kidneys. Pendle ton people testify to permanent cures. Mrs. Arthur Hammer, living at 717 Aura street, Pendleton, Oregon, says: "For the last five years Doan's Kidney Pills, which I pro cured at the Pendleton Drug Co., have been Just as effective In elimi nating back aches ns they wore when they first came to my notice in the spring of 1903. Doon's Kidney Pills proved conclusively to me when I recommended them to my friends that they were a reliable remody and I still vouch for their merit as I have the greatest confidence In them." For sale by all doalors. Price 50 cents. Foster-MIlburn Co., Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the Unit ed States. Remember the name Doan's and take no other. Wf)y Spcind More for Srjoes? When we can save you good hard United States com on every pair bought here? $1.00 FINE QUALITY HIGH-CUT SHOES HERE FOR $3.50 $(1.00 EXTRA FIXE QUALITY HIGH CUT SHOES HERE FOR $5.00 $2.75 WORK SHOES THAT FIT AND LAST HERE FOR $2.25 $2.25 BUCKLE CREEDMORE SHOES, HERE FOR . . . tl.Sh We are agents for the famous Red School House Shoes for Children. The Wonder Store Despain Bonney Don't Fall to See mm I Tlie Popular Ladle' and Children's THEATER Moving Pictures That are funny and fascinating New Illustrated Songs. Programe Changes Sun., Tues. & Friday Shows 2 to 5 p. m. and 6:30 to 10 p. m Admission - 10c Children under 10 yrs. 5c Main st. Next to Raders "Everybody Works But Mothers She Cooks With Gas AFFORDS A SOPTA. WHITE, LIGHT AND IS UNSURPASS ED TO HEAD BY. ' Gill at office for particulars. Northwestern Gas & Electric Co. MATLOCK BUILDING. : JACK BROWN Xealr In . HIDES, WOOL AND JUNK. 913 W. WEBB ST.