THE NEWS RECORD
M INDEPENDENT NKWSPAPB3 C
raraarly tb Wallow New, ttab-
ll8bd March 3. 1889.
Published Wdnelay and Satur
day at Enterprise. Oregon, by
THE ENTERPRISE PRESS
Offloe East aide Court House Square
BntereU aa aecond-clasa matter
January i, 1909, at Uie postofllce at
tetarprtse. Oregon, under the Act of
March (, 1879.
flubaorlption' Rate: One rear" $2,
ata montiia $1, tare mouths 50c,
a month 20c. On yearly cash-ln-trnoci
subscriptions a discount of
K la given.
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 22, 1911.
ACT OF A BULLY.
President Taft no sooner gains the
respect and applause of decent peo
ple by a strong statesmanlike speech,
for arbitration, than he forfeits their
good opinion by ordering the mobili
zation of the array on the Mexican bor
der. If this show of force Is to overawe
the regular Mexican government to
prevent a Japanese alliance and up
hold the Monroe Doctrine, It is a
crass blunder of the stupldist kind.
If It Is to overawe the lnsurrectos
and help Diaz out of his difficulties,
It Is un-American and disloyal to the
traditions of liberty.
Anyway you look at It, the order
waa that of a big bully against a
email, weak nation or people.
And this goes whether the order
was dictated by Wall Street or by
the super-heated Imaginations of the
gold-laced brigade lit Washington.
We hope the census officials in
Washington wont overheat themselves
this summer in an endeavor to an
nounce the population of Enterprise
and other cities and towns In Oregon
under 5,000 population. There Is no
especial rush about the matter but It
would be nice to know the' result -of
the thirteenth census before the
time of taking the fourteenth.
It wag estimated last year that
there were 10,000 acres of nev land
broke In the country tributary to
We try to matte Chief
Joseph better than ordi
nary flour. We use a
little better wheat, a lit
tle more care and sacri
fice a little profit in order
to do this, and you, mad
am, are the gainer. Try
Chief Joseph next time,
our guarantee protects
you from disappointment
The Joseph Milling Co.
I Wallowa County Title &
A. C. MILLER, President
t Office in Company's new brickN
new vuri xiuuse, uiuesi ana mosi complete aDStract plant
in county. Abstracts of title furnished promptly and cheap
ly. Insurance written in largest and strongest companies.
Money Loaned at very Lowest Current Rates
Livery, Feed and Sale Stable
R . L,. DAY, Proprietor
Special Attention to
Rates for Regular Boarders
Best of Help Employed Home Phon '
Open Day and Night One Block North of Hotel Enterprise
his city. Present indications are
that there will be a still larger
amount broken this spring.
There are several Opportunities
knocking at the door of Enterprise.
Isn't it about time the Commercial
club was stirring itself a little. We
have a reputation, to live up to. "En
terprise Is the town that does things.'
Umatilla will start permanent road
work with a year-around highway
from Pendleton to Weston via Ath
ena. Lest we forget: Cities are built;
they don't Just happen,.
NOTIQE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of the Interior.
IT, B. Land Office at La Grande, Ore
gon, February 27, 1911.
. Notice Is hereby given that John Ly
ons, of Enterprise, Oregon, who, on
October 22, 1909, made Homestead
Application No. 07174, for SE'ANDVL,
NViSB, SE&SEft, section 21, town
ship 1 south, range 44 east, Willam
ette Meridian, has filed notice of In
tention to make Final Commutation
Proof, to establish claim to the land
above described, before Carl Roe, Uni
ted States Commissioner,, at his office
at Enterprise, Oregon, on .the 22nd
day of April, 1911.
Claimant names as witnesses: Cur
tis J. Sanford, John E. Osterhoudt,
King S. Francis, and John. T. Blow,
all of Enterprise, Oregon.
29c5 F. C. BRAMWELL, Register
A Special Medicine for Kidney Ail
ment. Many elderly people have found In
Foley's Kidney Remedy a quick re
lief and, permanent benefit from kid
ney and bladder ailments and from
I annoying urinary irregularities due to
advancing years. Isaac N. Regan, Far
;mer Mo., says: "Foley's Kidney Rem
edy effected a complete cure In my
case and I want others to know of it."
Burnaugh & Mayfleld.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of the Interior.
U. S. Land Office at La Grande, Ore
gon, February 27, 1911.
Notice Is hereby given that Ellsha
U. Ward, of Enterprise, Oregon, who
on February 17, 1909, made Homestead
Application No. 05827, for lot 3, sec
tion 6, township 2 south, Tange 44 east
Willamette Meridian, has filed notice
of Intention to make Final Commuta
tion Proof, to establish claim ta the
land above described,' before Carl Roe
U. S. Commissioner, at his office at
Enterprise, Oregon, on the 20th day
of April, 1911.
Claimant names as witnesses
James Moots, James A, .Ward, Charles
A. McAHster, and Charles D, Emmona
all of Enterprise, Oregon.
29c5 ' F. C. BRAMWELL, Register.
Can do your printing Im a turry
if really necessary, but job printing
I la an art that doesn't gain In ex-
I celletice by haste.
I hereby challenge any man
with any Cream Separator
for close skimming, easy
turning and easy cleaning.
See machine at Keltner
' W. H. MONROE.
building opposite front of
Horses Bought and Sold
Bus to and From Trains $
THE CLASS STRUGGLE.
(From the Christian "Socialist.)
By courtesy of the chairman of the
Committee, acting on the suggestion
of Prof. Walter Rauschenbusch, we
are privileged to present our readers
with the clear-cut, scientific, Socialist
report of the Committee, on Social
Service to the Indiana Baptist Conven
tion with reference to 'the Class Strug
That part of the Report which we
quote Is frankly -and correctly; headed
The Class Struggle, and proceeds as
The Class Struggle.
Christianity proposes for all human
beings, and aims to create In them,
the best life of which they are Individ
ually capable. It prescribes as a nor
mal standard of living for every indi
vidual such conditions as will, to the
utmost degree, promote the best life.
A christian civilization 1st that in which
the whole power of society is exerted
establish and maintain a formal stan
dard of living for all equally.
In Christian ethics, all members of
society are equally bound, to the limit
of their ability, to do such useful la
bor as may be necessary in order to
maintain a normal Btandard of living
and to promote the best life 'equally
for all. All of those who so labor
constitute the world's working class.
All who cannot so labor as to earn
a normal llvinsr constitute the world's
dependent class. All who can but do
not bo labor, but who, by force, fraud,
special privilege or social maladjust
ment, appropriate to their own use,
the benefit of others toil, constitute Um
world's shirking, parasitical, predatory
exploiting, thieving, robbing, or. plund
ering class. The lines of division sep
arating these several classes are not
always perfectly distinct. A person or
a pursuit may be partly useful and
partly parasitical. A person may work
hard at a useless or Injurious busi
ness. There may be bad economy
and waste In the management of a
business intrinsically good. Some
times the character of a business,
whether good or bad, may not be clear
ly obvious. But broadly, and for the
purpose of economic and moral analy
sis, society Is composed of these
three classes: PRODUCERS, PLUN
DERERS AND PENSIONERS.
Between the working class and the
predatory class- there is ceaseless
conflict of Interest or, effort The
plunderers evermore seek, to enrich
themselves at the expense of the work
ers; and the workers, so far aal they
know and have power, resist spolia
tion. Sometimes, Incidentally, faction
al divisions and strife, arise within
each of these classes, arraying work
ingmen against worklngmen: or exploit
or8 against exploiters. But between
the workers and 4he exploiters, as
economic classes into which society
as a whole Is divided, the conflict
of Interest and effort Is fundamental,
world-wide and constant.
In this struggle, each class seeks
to utilize the powers of organization
and of social control, economic and
political. The results of this struggle
for social control are, first, to create
a servile class and a masterclass; and
secondly to create or Intensify a vast
brood -of evils, such as slavery, peon
age, oppression, war. political cor
ruption, poverty, misery, disease, vice
crime, inhumanity, Ignorance and brut
In order to eliminate these evils,
society must eliminate the class strug
gle out of which they spring. But this
can be done only by the emancipation
conservation, education and socializa
tion of the working 'class as a whole;
by the eradication of the exploiting
class In all of Its forms, and by the
adequate protection and support of
the helpless class. To do these
things is the task of the working
In relation to that task, the true
functions of the church ore to make
common' cause with the working class
as a whole, as Its advocate, insplrer,
and moral guide; to hold up the Ideal
of a Christian civilization as the
true goal of Industrial organization;
and to promote amongst the workers
intelligent concert of action both
economic and political, for their de
nomination, and we propose them as
a basis for future action.
General Social Service.
We would call special attention to
the new reading course on social ser
vice for pastors vommon welfare and
tor the adequate care of the helpless.
We believe these! principles to be In
harmony with the history and prin
ciples of the Baptist and other Chris
tian workers prepared under the joint
auspices of the Social Service Commit
tee of the Northern Baptist Conven
tion and of the American Baptist
Publication Society. In our opinion,
this reading course is well adapted
to the purpose of giving to our) people
the information which they need to
fit them for the new social situation
now fast arising all over the world.
One of the most important of present
denominational duties is to push
this reading course or its equivalent ;
and this committee la ready to give
We further suggest that a number
are interested In specific lines of j
social service, prepare lectures or ,
addresses on subjects related to this
course of reading and arrange, thru
this committee an interchange of such
lectures and addresses amongst our:
churches. With a view to'TJlvhig ef-'
feet to this suggestion, we Invito cor-:
respoudence with persons who may ;
b". interested ; and we shall be glad
to confer with such persons at any
tlmp during the sessions of this con
U. M. .McGuire, Washington, Chair
man. Rev. J.C . Rhodes, Vincennes.
II. L. Hooke, Terre Haute.
Rev. W. O. Eversju, Indianapolis..
E. E. Thompson, Liberty Center.
No Need To Stop Work. 1
stop work, it staggers you. "I can't'
you say. You know you are weak,
run-down and failing in health day
by day, but you must work as long
as you can stand. What you need is
Electric Bitters to give tone, strength,
and vigor to your system, to prevent
breakdown and build you up. Don't
be weak, Blckly or ailing when Elec
tric Bitters will benefit you from the
first dose. Thousands bless 'them
for their glorious health and strength
Try them. Every, bottle is guaran
teed to satisfy. Only 50c at all drug
gists. NOT!CE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
In the County Court of the Stat? of
Oregon for Wallowa County,
l-i the Matter of the Estate of Char
ms S. Fltzpatrlek, Deceased."
Notice is hereby given that the iui-
designed administrator of the Estate
of Charles S. Fitzpatrick deceased.
has filed his Final Account of his
adminiaration of said estate with the
Clerk of the above entitled Court,
and that the said Court has fixed
Monday, the 3rd day of April, at the
hour of ten o'clock In the forenoon of
said day, at the County Court House
in the City of Enterprise, In said
county and state, as the time and
place to hear objection to said fln
al account and the settlement of
the same. All 1 parties interested it)
said estate are hereby notified to
present their objections, if any they
have, to said final account, in writ
ing and file the same with the Clerk
of said Court on or before said day.
F. W. FITZPATRICK, ,
Administrator of the Estate of C. S.
J. A. BURLEIGH, v
2Sc5 . Attorney for Estate.
Are T on
of Your Own Job?
Or is some one else assuming the responsibility for your worK?The
trained man is the responsible and well-paid man. The untrained man the
chap that does only the detailed part of -the work at another's bidding as
sumes no responsibilities and is paid just so much for his labor, and no more.
If you are only a detail man, the International Correspondence Schools can
fit you for positions higher up can help you to be boss of your own job. If
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solutely no obligation. " t ' '
Cold Weather Comfort '
Depends on Good Stoves
"Superior" Stoves and Ranges
Best on this Market
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' I carry a complete line of Bath Tubs, Basins ,
Bowls, etc PRICES RIGHT. - '
S, K. CLARK, 2 blks. south Hofel Enterprise
C. H. ZURCHER
Spring Arrival of
Any young man, every young man, appreciates the
value of smart style in clothes; and we have the
young men's styles here, ready for those who ap
preciate good quality in addition, to style.
Such quality paj-s; all-wool fabrics, .fine tailoring;
it's the only thing that pays in clothes; it pays you
as well as us. , .
When you see it in our ad it's so
' ' '
Zurcher (Si Vest
BAKER CITY OFFICE
International Correspondence Schools
Box 493, Baker City, Oregon
xplaln, without further obligation on my part, how I can qualify for a
Unrr alary and advanceratnt to the pcyi jon before . ,
which 1 have aiarked X.
Ov 1 Service Exama.
Vexule-UiU Supt (
Heavy KU-ct. Traction
Street and No-.
RAY E. VEST
.Plumb's H'fg Con.'
soma skill In such matters and who
of our pastors and laymen who have
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