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DAILY OAPITAI. ffOTJBNAlV SALEM, OREOON, 8ATUBDAY,
FOR OREGON HOPS
Many Thousand Acres Will Probably Be
Set Out During the Next
tffon Pickers' iMItion.)
Hop picking Is now furnishing cm-
toymflnt to nbout 08,500 people in
Oregon, -Triqltidlng tho pfeklng, curing
ad baling Tho money fgoos directly
Lata tho hands of tho common people,
ad Is circulated in every channel of
liusincss. ' i
Sllopgrowcrs always glvo n preference
to this class of pickers whenever ob
tainable, and the many campers at tho
various ynrds attest this fact. Tlio
pickers in almost every yard report tho
hops to inj of an excellent quality and
free from lice, mold and nil kinds of
',A correspondent of a Portland paper
attempted to create a furoro among
tho growers and dealers recently by re
porting tho advent of thoJred spider in
n, number of yards,, but from tho best
information obtalnablo it was n hoax
jpuro and simple, and utterly without
foundation, Tho Oregon hops of tho
crop of 1004 will bo of the best quali
ty and will II ml a ready salo in all tho
The amount of monoy disbursed by
the growers for this year's crop will
rsaeh far into tho hundreds of thou
sands and will bo far-reaching in its
Bwncflclnl influences. Tho Oregon hops
distribute moro monoy among tho peo
jilo than any other crop, and hoppick
4ng is looked forward to by thousands
as tho tlmo that many nn extra dollar
can bo earned rtnd n vacation taken
loth at tho samo time.
Tho climnto of Oregon is peculiarly
plantation of Massachusetts sold tho
yiold of ono acre for $300. Tho net
profit of ono nore of hops was esti
mated nt $30. Even then it predicted
that tho United States would raise
not only enough hops for her own use,
but a suilKiont surplus for a large ex
Tho first hops wore plnntcd In Madi
son county, Now York, in 1808. Dur
ing tho decado commencing 1800, "Wis
consin commenced tho cultivation of
hons. nroducinc 25.000 bales in 1809.
California began in 1857, when a hop-
grower from Vermont settled there.
A small browcr in 1800 caused tho
first production in Washington, paying
8.1 eonts por pound for tho first har
vest. Oregon bccnmi known on tho bop
market about 1880.
Tho first roliablo information as to
tho total hop production of tho United
States dates from 1810, in which year
0200 bales of 200 pounds each wero
produced. Tho yield increased rapid
ly during the years following, and in
1850 amounted to 55,00i) bales, seven
eighth of which wero produced in tho
stato of Xow York. Tho exports
amounted to 310,000 pounds in 1820
21; 20 years lifter to more than a mil
lion; 40 years to nearly nine millions, i
and in 1800 to 21,000,000 pounds.
Great Britain has 38,436 acres ofj
hops under cultivation in 1808, but in i
1820 this had grown to 00,000 acres,
which has remained tho nvcrago of
hop Molds up to tbo present time.
Wild lions had been known for a
Mongolians Were patching
Them Drill andit An-
Pckln, Sept. 17. Troops at the Itnl
inn logation attacked two Chinese sol
dior-, who wore watching their drills
on Thursday, and beat them, severely.
The Italians chased them on 'Into the
rcsidenco of tho commundgrin-chief,
and fired several shots into tho house.
Tho disturbance was then quelled. Hep
resentations Jmvo boon mado by tho
Chinese, authorities to tho Italian lega
tion, but no answer has yet been re
Iroquois Theater Remodeled.
Chicago, Sept. 17. Despito the pro
tests of tho Iroquoiso Memorial Asso
ciation, ministers and newspapers, tho
building inspectors today approved tho
plans of tho romodclcd Iroquoisc thea
ter. It has been entirely remodeled
since tho fire, and is to bp operated as
a vaudeville houso by Hydo & lien-
adapted tO tho SUCCCsful growing Of ,lnn rn.l ...l,n M.r. rntlnnr.1 o.illii-n.
the best quality of hops and within a tion of them on EngH8h boji i)eBan in
few years it is predicted that jn54 cauBC(1 by tho immigration of
tho entire Valley will 1)0 covered With ' l'lnmt.h linn nlnnf era Into Kent.
tbo fragrant vinos. "When this Is ac-i Germany had largo hop markets, and
compliahod tho Willamctto valley will WM tamoun for Jt8 hops, ns well as for
bo tho wealthiest section of the world. it9 becr ng Cflriy ,, tho thirteenth
Salem today is tho largest hop produc- century,
lag find hop buying center of tho' T10 "co of ,10pg ,m, vnried con.
...., .. nuUu tuv ...hut ,.,. j " Biderahly in tho courso or years. In
ua.lB jbam abm Mint tnn n aA n il 4 4 II. .-.. -
under contemplation nro planted it will
surpass our fondest dreams.
History of Hop Growing.
Tho history of hops and their first
introduction into tho making of bcor
3 full nf ilnlifilmi tintnra titf liuu linnn
. ..... V. ............ .. ...... .... .... .....
dwelt upon in tho first part of this
work. As regards hop cultivation in quality of Havana hops was quoted per
tho United States as much as $1 per
pound and moro bus been paid, but also
as low as 5 cents per pound. From
1800 to 1853 tho avorago prlco was
12 4-G cents. Today tho general av
orago may bo placed at 10 cents por
In Ucrmnny (Mirocrg) the best
tho United States, it may bo stated 100 pounds, as fallews: la 1800, 300
that in tho closing vtiars of the' eulght-. marks; in 1801. CO mnrks; in 1802, 203
flonth nml tho opening yours of nine- marks, and in 1828, 10 marks. This
teenth century, its importanco beenmo is n very good illustration of tho heavy
clearly recognized and tho Agrlcul- fluctuations to which tho prlco of hops
uraliSoeioty of Now York mado strong has been subject to, caused by tho va-
-efforts to spread tho necessarv knowl rying conditions of tho crops and for
rdgo on tho subject In 1701 n hop othor reasons.
Creffleld In Pen.
Portland, Sept. 17. Edwin Creflleld,
tho apostle of thn Holy Hollers, after
n sensational rambling speech in Judge
confessod, and quoted scripture in ex
tenuation of his crimes, was found
guilty by a jury of having sustained
improper relations with Mrs. L. Starr.
Whilo admitting his guilt, und saving
it was hard to bo confined to n lonely
prison cell, Creflleld said God was on
ills sldo, and will see his vindication.
.Tudgo Scars instructed tho jury that
Creflleld might bo acquitted if ho was
Sears' court yesterday, in -which ho
found to bo insane, and this should ho
stated in tho verdict. Tho jury re
turned a verdict of guilty of at 11:30,
after 10 minutes' deliberation, and at
2 o'clock, Creflleld having requested
that sentence be pronounced, ho was
Bontenced to two years' imprisonment
in the penitentiary, which is the maxi
mum penalty. When asked if ho had
anything to say why sentence should
not be pronounced, ho answered,
"Nothing," and lifter tho judgo had
passed judgment, tho prisoner snid
"God bless you."
(He was brought to the penitentiary
on the evening train 1
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"TV TO Morkine-n In the world can
j i do j much or use the same
JLi iiilelligriicc that our own
Atueriesii worU-nu-n liii!
women ar.j caibic of. Tli.u i wliv
AnierlcA is now iMiting the world lii
tnniuifacttircs : all rhie to the hram
iiiu) muscli! of our Yankee men and
Unfortunately where then' Is smoke,
dirt mid dust aiid little sunlight there
also can be found the iierms of dis
ease. Nature's great disinfectant is
sunlight. Sunlight and fresh air pro
mote the grow th of animals and plants
but kilt the germs of disease. Air,
free from dust, such as we have ou
the sea, never penults the genus of
man or woman can be strong or fee
happy who is suffering from indige
tion llecause the stomach is diseased
there is a diminution of the red corpus
cles of the blood. This is why one
is sleepless, is languid, nenous and
irritable. Sensitive stomachs groan
aloud at the irritating Coil liver oils,
but thev will get all the food ele
ments the tissues require by using
the "Golden Medical Disttnery."
Mr. Roy A Rrcd. of Capcr, Wjromtnjf,
writes: ""I'or eight years I had catarrh
of the throat in the very worst form ;
could haidly speak uboc awhitpvr for
two jears Tried nearly a dozen patent
mcdlcitifs without ichcf I was so dis
couraged that I just about decided ca
me bc, ..eve. ier..i is uic genus 01 Unh ould not be cured with any raedi
disease to have any chance for growth cine My father, how ever. ad iVed me
and development. It is in the fac- j to try Dr Pierce's medicines before giv
tory, the work-shop, the office, that
men and women suffer front diseases
which are in the dust and the bad
air. Such disease genus enter Into
the blood in two mis, either through
the lung or stomach. If the blood
is pure and rich, the liter and stom
ach in healthy active condition, the
germs of disease cannot find a resting
filace there to multiply. Disease of
he lungs, bronchitis and consump
tion, ate very apt to spread through
a factory where there is much fine
dust in the air. The lungs become
initateil and the genus find a fertile
field for growth. Hxtrcme weakness,
feelings of nenous exhaustion, couuhs
and colds are the warning signals I
which siiouiu ue uccueu une suouia
But the ) stem in the very best poiii.
le condition right away
After cars of experience In an ac
tive practice, Hr Iheice discovered a
remedy that suited these conditions
In a blood-maker and tisuc-biilhler,
which at the wuie time alleiates the
cough, lie called it Dr. 11rce'i
Golden Medical Discovery an altera
tive extract that assists in the diges
tion and assimilation of the food in
the stomach so that the blood gets
what It need for food ami oxidation,
the liver it at the same- lime started
into activity and there is perfect
elimination of wast nutter When
the blood is pure and rich, all the
organs w-otc wituoui etiort, ana the
body is like pet feet machine; if,
liowevtr, any part is allowed to nut,
aud this human machine doea uot
ing up. I followed his advice and com-
mrnceil mlng the tucilicine on the tweu
tlrth of December. I was surprised to
nole thc-rctult of the first month s treat
ment After usiiiR six bottles of Dr.
lUerce's Golden Medical IHscovery. I
was perfectly cuted It has been months
since I tool the last mediflne, and I
have not had the leait return of my
ttouble I have felt better dutinr the
past two mouths than for seven winters
previous to thtt time
...Mr- M James, of Ogdtuiburr,
Vj is., writes "In regard to your mtdi
cine will say that the Golden Medical
DUcovrry' is a Godsend to sufleri
women- 1 was sick iu bed with liw
complaint snd kidney disease and ftTer
when I began to take Dr Pierce's' Gold,
en Medical Discoery In ten days'
time 1 vwu o I could begin to get around
the home and gained tight along After
that, took about live bottles of it and am
sure I would have been iu my grae by
this time had it not been for this rem
edy I would advise all suffering omtn
to une Dr Pierce s rat dlcinea "
C P Spencer, of Piano, Okla.. wrete:
I can hardly express my thanks for the
benefit I have received from taking Dr.
Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery and
Pleasant Pellets.' They woiked like
charm in roy case Am in better health
now than for some time, and will not fail
to recommend our medicines to my
suiTfting friends. I hope you will re
ceive my thanks for the good your med
icine has done me
Dr. Pierce's Tleasant Pellets, the
best laxative for old people. They
cure constipation and Wllousaes.
A WONnKRKUt. BOOK,
No book except the Bible and die
tionary has circulated to widely as
P.HiH VRP Jf ricU "?l. b,ood i "The IVople Common Sense ilcJ.
(which act like oil on machluery), i ical Advtwtr," by R V Pierce. M. D.
Mtn uevfjlW'Vrj jreaWln whfen j Nearly two nilliloa copies haxe gooo
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U multiply. ' Tbe genn r ffc In oaecent stamps, for this Loocrpagu
rrtm lira If theWdyir nolltepTlo copy in cloth Wndlnr. Addres Dr,
iwfct wUr ana tixt blood pure. No R. rierc, Buffalo, N. Y.
BEAUTIFUL WOMEN WHO USE PE-RU-NA.
Prnlen Po-rii-im e n f...
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MiBs Elizabeth TJbcr, No. 67 jjj,
' have always dreaded th. .
nnrl winter hecntiSB nt mv , "
liability to catch cold, when wi
nt,h1t wntttil nillrtrlt, jTV
would take weeks
through my entire system sWr
to drive " ,
am thankful to say that slnceiJ f
taken Peruna, I do not have ami?
son to dread this any more.'il
jail wnen 1 suiiarea wnn tnr .ui
trouble I took Peruna and a m..
tfays was completely cured and i)ta
that time, if I have becnat&lltA
posea 10 ino uamp, wei or'colji
weather, I take a dose or nvo oa
runa and It throws out any hint of !
sickness from my system. I eUdh
, i 11 it ui n;i..iiL ,?. v
Mrs. Win. Dewey, Saranao Lake,S,
Y., Is second cousin of Admiral De
In a recent letter sho says :
"Peruna Is the most valuablttf
any remedy that I have ever uudfa
coughs, colds, etc I cheerfully rte
ommend It as a certain cure It uw
according to directions." Mrs. Wo.
Miss Rosa Clorblng, a popnlu
society woman of Crown Point, In
" Last winter I took a long drkt
In the country, and being too Moth
clad I caught a bad cold which settiti
on my lungs, and which I could tut
seem to shake off. I bad heart)
great deal or yeruna tor colds tm
catarrh and I bought a bottle to h,
I am pleased that I did for It bnutff
speedy relief. It only took two be.
ties and I consider this money trd!
" You have a firm friend In a,
and 1 not only advise Its use to q,
friends, but have purchased sore'j
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without exception that It has brouA'
about a speedy cure wherever It bu
been used. " Miss Kosa uerblng.
To neglect a cold is to Invito chronic
catarrh. As soon as anyono discoten
tho first symptoms of catching cold hi
should at onco begin tho uso of Pcmii
according to directions on tho bottle,
and tho cold Is suro to pass away with- i
ont leaving any bad effects.
Unless this Is dono the cold Is almoit
suro to end in the second stago of ti
tarrh which is making so many lives
mlsorable. If Porunawas taken ever;
time ono has a cold or cough chronla
catarrh would bo practically an un
If you do'not derive prompfcand satii
factory results from tho use of Peruna,
wrlto at onco to Dr. Hartman, giving s
full statement of your caso and he will
bo pleased to givo you bis valuable
Address Dr. Hartman, President of
Thollsrtman Sanitarium, Columbus,
(Continued from first page.)
sudor has rcipiestod the Japanese nd
Mtneo postN to ask tho Itussiaus at
Port Arthur if they had any news nt
Port Arthur of tho Attncho Decuver-1
vllle. who is reported to huvo loft Port'
Arthur about tho tlmo of tho Ilussian j
sortie on August 10th, and has not boon '
hoard from since"
St. Petersburg, Sopt. 17. Unitod
States Aiubuswdor McfJormiok, ns cus
todian of .Tnpanoso interests, 1ms made
inquirios regarding two suspected Jap
anese spios, Constuntino Satori and
Mnekor Toknkl, rooontly nrrostod here.
Ho ascertained that tho authorities on
ly contemplated doporting thehi.
Qormans Furnish Coal.
London, Sept. 17. Tho stanmors I'al
lnn nnd Maiuel, flying the Clermnn
flag, left hero this morning for Las
Palmas, Canary Islands, laden with
coal for n Russian criiisor.
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llutte, Mont., Sept. 17,-Aurelia
Horroru and Kid (loodnmn signed an
agreement for a SOrouad fight to take
plaso here Oetober 17th.
See the Demonstration.
Olymplo PanaaVo Plour dswonstra
tlou, now at Atwwl A Pisj,r'
grosery sten Kvorybody ssrved free.
Prison Bulldlugs Burn.
I-iPorte. Iud.. Soiv IT. Pirn u,K
thU moruius destrevad five fatnn.
buildings of the state prison at Mlehi
ran City. It is rumored that th .
victs firetl the buildings. The loss will
You Are Invited
To see the new dmjj MOr the
Ilrewer Drug ( ,. . i ,.lllt ,, ,iir
See tho Demonstration.
Ohmpie Pancnko Flour demonstra
tion, now nt Atwood & Fisher'J
groierv store. Everybody served frfle.
IMWTH fats Jltart 6aat
To St Louis and Return. $69-65
To Chicago and Return.' $74-65
Start tVtober J, 4 , , it , , '
WW-. turu M,thSu 00 da-VB- Stopover
wre you wiak along BUrliRgton Lluoa.
Vd Hrt,eUrly rsme.r that yu have ohoieo of tho finest
ue routes in the wtvld.
(.t details of
A. 0. SHELDON, General Agent,
100 Third Streo, "