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THE IONE INDEPENDENT
Published Kvvy Friday by
. V. HR.V1, UMtiX-Publislier
Jii yesr J1-60
Su months -. 76
iim nmnths BO
c..ii.:rpi ss swond class niattor at the
ifhi..fflct t lone, Oregon, under tct
ol Mwvh S. 1ST!
Friday. Sep'. 11, 1925
IN U. S. HISTORY
By ELMO SCOlT WATSON
Whatever mkes men poo.l
Dhristians, mat'3 them Rood eiii
Dai ill Webster.
Monument to Shame of Bene
. diet Arnold
In Connecticut history the nitme of
Kurt lirtswolil stiinil as a monument
to the Infamy of lleneilict Arnold,
l.nte iu the Involution, after Wash-
hiL-i,n hud miulo his ilsli south to
f .... oi.. 11..H-.. nun.
cuoture cornwsms, air utuij v"--
ton attempted a counter move by
sending a force to ravage Connecticut
unci attack New Undn, ths home
port of the American privateers, who
hud been harassing the KrUlsU ship
pliiR. The command ot this expedition
wus given to Benedict Arnold, s
though the measure of his Infamy
could best be coumleted b his w"h
Heaven is not reached at a single b . in J;
Bnt we build the ladder by which we rise
Fron the lowly earth to the vaulted skies,
An J wj nuunttoiti su.rttiitrojnJ by round.
I court this thing to be grandly true;
Thit a noble deed is a step toward God
Litting the soul from the common clod
To a purer air and a broader view.
We rise by the things that are under feet;
Bv what we have mistered of goo J and gain;
By the.pride deposed and the passion slain, 1
And the vanquished ills tha twe hourly meet- j
We hope, we aspire, we resolve we trust,
When the morning calls us to life and liht,
But we grow weary, and ere the night,
Our lives are trailing the sordid dust.
We bnoe, we resolve, we aspire, we pray,
And we think tint we m Dunt the air on wings;
Beyond the recall of common things,
While our feet still cling to the hevty clay.
Wings for angels, but feet for men!
' We may borrow wings to find the way
We may hope, aspire, resolve and pray;
But our feet must rise' or wefall again.
Only in dreams is a ladder thrown
From the weary earth to the saphire walls
But the dreams depart and the vision falls, '
And the sleeper awakes on his pillow ofstone.
Heaven is not reached at a single bound;
But we build the ladder by which we rise
From the lowly earth to the vaultc skies,
And we mount to its summit roun by round.
J. G. Holland
t "t - I try ''lt'e cnn De 4'one though gen
WHAT MAKES A SCHOOL? it's occupy the teacher's chair and
IamesA Carfield once defined j have at command all that the ex
a college rapine log wilhMark Perier.ce of the ages has shown to
hA Infill Wintinrf Mio etit Innl
v Hopkins atone en j ana a siua
ent at the ther.
However adea tate a definition
this may havehecn.in the popular prance on t! e desert air.
conception, th: word, studeni U. .
too often taken in the unmodified Better a dinner of herbs where
sense of young man or woman; ove is than a stalled ox and
ing tne sword mid nis native state, I
New London was defended by two
forts on the Thames river, Fort Trum
bull on the west side and Fort Urlswoltt
on flroton hill on the east, Arnold had
au army of about 1,200 men, composed
of a few llrlllsh soldiers, but mostly
Tories and Hessians, Sending Colonel
Kyre with a part of this force to taka
Kurt tlrldwold. Arnold led the remain
der against Von Trumbull on Septem
ber 0,1781. The inllltla, 1ST In number
and commanded by Col. William Led
yard, Immediately evacuated I'ort
Trumbull and crossed over to Oris
wold. Although poorly armed, many
with nothing but spears, they er
stifled to determination by the knowl
edge that some of the Tories In Ar
nold's army were old neighbors.
So determined was their resistance
that they repeatedly hurled back the
assaults which Kyre launched on three
sides of the fort. The, llrltlsh com
I lander wus mortally wounded, ns was
Mnliir Mmituoiiierv. who took Ills
place. Klnully Major llromlleld, the
next In command, succeeded In carry-
1 liiu li.c walls at the point of the I io-
Notes ol Interest to All
this time the tl!htlns '
over. Colonel l.edyard or-
tiered his men to lay down tlielr runs,
I but the Tories and Hessians, li fili
ated by the stubborn rcsistau e oi
the Amerlciins and the loss of ihelr
leaders, begun a slaughter of tlielr
conquered foes. To the eredlt of the
llrltlsh otllcers W must he said that
they tried In vain to stop them.
Of the tf brave defenders of I'ort
(irlswold, 71 were killed. tW badly
wounded and only 'M succeed I In
esmphig from the place of slaughter
unbanned. The f'.rltMi loss wr 4H
killed and Mil wounded, l-ed aril's
suerltlee was in vain, for Arnold con
tinued bis march to New London and
reduced II and Its shipping to inbes.
Hut' Sir Henry Clinton's expedition
fiilletl In Its main purpose for Wash
ington. Krleveil though he w. s at
Coiinecttcul's plight, kept on to York-
town atol to vlcto y,
(!, lilt. Watm Nl'ir t's!-s (
be helpful' Wanting the student
spirit, all the aids to education are
as flowers tint waste their fra
The regular monthly mimmmttry
mi'ttipir tt tt'e Ooturnition
rhnrcli watt led laHt ThtUHituy
aftevnoou, hy Mra.F.ta Itunren
feind..Ti number present wbm
larger triHti ujiihI, Home Indie"
from ths Baptist and uirtsunn
chuiches being iu attendaneo.
After the cpening' nervier
which included u yoeul duel ny
Muduma Tioedtot and Hiiurtn
fiend, a short Ulk by the puxtor
and a scripture iccdtng, Mr. v.
K. KHiubo, row of the I i r
Kast R. li ' but formervy a i.iib
sionary to India, nave u very in
terctin Bddresa on her eyteri
enees in general missionary and
orphanage work in that country.
Follow in a the address of Mrs.
Uambo, a short business session
was held after which liht refresh
ments were bervt il,
Evaritelialic im etinKS are still
in prunress in the room over the
A business meeting of theMid
Columbia Association of ConRre-
oiitintial chuiches has been called
at St. Johns for the 15th of Sep
The painting of the floor of
the Baptist chut eh necesituted
the tranter of the service to the
Harris building lst week. Servi
ces at the church ill be resumed
Proof ibiit u lima never forget his
home town titny be found In the will of j next Sunday
li e lute t'eiolilo Klamiiuirlon, the notetl
Hstronomer. I'or ninny years his lin
agination led him among the stars,
but be bequeathed his bust, his por
tr ilt. lo.i ssi frnn . and his heart to
l, I.. If.. I 1.1 t,lphi,lur
The collection taken for the
Neat East Relief last Sunday
evening amounted to a liltemcre
th:n thirty dollars.
lOXK t)'.)iM- N.i. l:'.). A t". & A M
Meet every Mr-it and third Weilnes
oleacli in i itli. W. M. . U. WnUer
Hir. U. V.. Ulck.
UK 'L'STCII Vl'TI K No. ll'i- . K.
Meels the ws'n i'l nml fntirth Tuea
ilny of ent ti lin.iitli. W.M.Mrs. Myr
tie kor; H Mm Sin i llld-IU.
IONK I.OIH.K No . '::
MeeU every .iitnrdii eveiilni. X.
(., Kr.ci'i Y 1 1 u; V. h :i e i .
better; v. KurleA. Brown; Trens
Ill N't Iliilt..s IlKBKKAII No. HI
1. . O. K. Mw in the llml nml third
Tliursdiiy i if en h in ii t It . N li. Iluliy
Kiiueliniiii; V. i. Arvllla Swiinsnii;
Sec. Ver.ln lilt, hie: Tre.is. Klti Brl-tow.
whereas, CarfltlJ student was a
young man with an earnest and
definite purpose of accquiring
knowledge. He was a young man
who went to school as President
Carfield himself had gone, to work ;
just as he won'd had he been em -1
ployed in a ban'c or a or In the
field. He had no idea that the
class room was an intension of the
playground. This li not to say
there were none ho embraced
this error in the good old days. No
doubt there were many such but
Carfield's student was not among
Mark Hopkins could do no'.hing
for a young man who was without
purpose, plan an I industry. Nor
can any one, though for Garfield's
pine log we subs ituie a splendid
building, a great library and a gen
eral equipment that leaves notning
to be desired.
A real stuier.t anJ a teacher
can do great tbi ut with the most
meagre equipment. An earnest
student, working alone, will bring
woners to pass, though he have
little more than the pine log for a
. school. But for those who are
wanting in the prime qualifications
of a student,- purpose and Indus-
Fi.t.s'0 Bakgain in Ione
Piano for s i e in the vicinity of
lone. Beautiful high grade piano
must be sold at once. Large sav
ingand terms $10.00 monthly to
responsible party. For partic
ulars write to the Cline Music
Co., f;6 Front Street, Portland,
Leave your watch repairing at
Swanson's Feed and Supply Store
for Haylor the Jeweler. Heppner.
YOU MAY WIN $1,500
If yo-j ir sblt 19 sitif : o xt wtrJt out of th
Uiuri conulnii In Hit orJi "TOILET NECES
SITIES." A mul ol ! i - IM CASH prim will
b swarded to con petit n i In it I
IjWfcAT WOWD-'.1 . 11.1)1 CONTEST
Send tuap tar cl.v jUr asd ruin. Addrate
At nirht fftrf t
f v-Tjin rr.r-.A f tri
1 'i n rtstrt iilou-1 i'
liitpit and bft tiry,"A Ann of Hli
Kit her'. Severn! Uuvtr6 thnuftmid fm
iliei ir doinv tln witlnn wrt-k Blur
puOHcHtton. eottnem, '.iiiic'iiy
t I houknull' ri l Atit'lrtun s f 'irni-nny.
Publish.'!. M Wv t J.'n.l Uirwt, Nw York. '
Everything in the line of
hardware. If wc havn't
got it we can get it
Our pencils, tablets, erasers and other things that
BOYS and GIRLS"
will need on starting to school ard
and every boy or girl who purchase
a tablet and pencil will bo. given i
Bristow & Johnson!
IONE HARNESS SHOP
C. A. BKCH. Pr prlttor
CONGUKG ATION A L CUUKCI
Kev. W. W. HEAL), Pastor
11:00 A. M. and 8:00 P. M
FIRST CHRISTIAN CHUUCH
Sunday Sehool 10.00 A. M.
IVayer Mei-tintr Thurs. Kveninn
10:00 t. nl 8:0)1
Drop 1 n ond looK over ray
Line of WorK Shoe
I have a ood stock of Gloves and
Repairing at Reasonable Prices.
ct:o. w. Rirciiu:, prop.
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
FRESH and CURED MEATS
Your Patronage Solicited.
FHIST H ATI I ST CHUitCH
Sunday School at 1C.00 A.M
Junior Endeavor b(5 30 I'.M.
Frayer meeting Thurs. 7.3'J I'.M
HEPPNER TAILORING CO.
Suits Made To Measure
$29.50 And Up
A. D. MCMURDO, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon
OITicc i.t Masonic Building
Trained Nurse Assistant ,
Heppner -: Oreifon
WOODSON & SWEEK
Attorneys At Law
First National Dank Building
When You Visit Heppner
Eat at the
Good Meals Best of Service
Dr. A. H. Johnston
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
Under New Management
Refurnished and Strictly Up to Date. Comrn'eH
cial Table First Class. A home away from
home, with best meals in Central Oregon,.
SAM GANGER, Proprietor.
Nice Rooms. Good Servicd
VULCAN and OLIVER PLOWS, SUPERIOR
DRILLS, FAIRBANKS MORSE ENGINES,
MYERS PUMPS, STAR and AERMOTOR
WIND MILLS. WINONA WAGONS.
PAUL G. BALSIGER
SICE ME THE FIRE
H. C. WOOD
REAL ESTATE &
F. H. Robinson
Attorney and Counselor at Law
Will practice in all the CourU
Physician and SurJ
OIice In Drug Str
ione, . . o.iipr
Dr. F. E. Farril
Office: Odd Fellows EuiU
Heppner : Oie.S"!