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CARL CONFESSES CAREER . [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Packer — 13 April 1907

C 1 RL GOMES CAREER . GAVE FICTITIOUS NAME WHEN HE OPENED BUSINESS HERB . Bad Falltsra at El Paso , Tex , —Han Been In Business at Several Plat-en—North-rap May be la the * Deal . Cbica-ro , April 13—Hundreds of Country shippers who received fancy toffers from H . ft . Carl of this city about three weeks ago for butter and eggs and who matte complaint to The packer about Carl s oyer quotations at the time , and which lead to an ar- ¦¦^ r ~~~ ji this paper March 16 , will be pfefto learn something more of the tintecedents of this gentleman and to have a confirmation of the opinion advanced in thei-. Sftide just referred to . viz : ThcCsttl s one of those felJows who . ms ^ es ) a first class stranger • . .- •* v It now develops that Carl s initials are not H . R ., but his right name is George S . Carl . It also crops out that he has a record nnd is known all the way from Baton Rouge , La ., where he was formerly in business to Los Aiiffeles , where lie is believed to have last opera...

Publication Title: Chicago Packer
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« 00 » DEIIW © RORMES . [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Packer — 13 April 1907

« 00 » DEIIW © RORMES . CALIFORNIA GROWERS , HOWEVER , CWT BET ENOUGH CARS . t p to i his Time the Season s Movement Has Been li . OOO Cars Smaller Than I , «« t Season—Quotations . Los Angeles , April 12 . —Oranges are still up and from the present outlook will continue so until the close of the season . Last week the highest prices during the season were received and were higher than those which obtained at the same period last vcar . This in face of the fact that fully 75 per cent of the . fruit consisted of 12 tis and larger . For the smaller sizes , the-213 s in particular , from $ 4 to $ 5 per box was received . Advices from the East are to the effect that dealers have gotten over their scare and the demand from the consumers is excellent . Orders arc plentiful nnd growers and shippers are feeling good in this section , as far as demand and prices go . -Still they have considerable worry on account of sizes . The longer the fruit is allowed Io remain on the tree the larger it ...

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URGE SUPPLY INSTORAttE [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Packer — 13 April 1907

URGE SUPPLY INSTORAttE CHICAGO COOLERS HAVE DOUBLE THE NORMAL EGG HOLDINGS . Receipts This Week Were Large , Yet tbe Market Ruled Finn , With an Advance in Quotation- *—Sales . Chicago , April 12—The egg market did the unexpected again this week and prices were advanced all along the line Wednesday , when extras were marked up to 18 V & c ; prime firsts 17 c , and firsts . 10 c . It was an open secret that the official quotations had been disregarded on the street and hardly anyone would sell at what the market was offically quoted . Receipts here have continued heavy during the week but reports of extremely cold weather in the northwest have affected sentiment more or less and the boost in prices is attributed by some to the weather , which has been around freezing over such awide territory part of the week . But it is doubtful if the cold will have much influence in the egg production and several local egg operators who have watched the effect , of cold weather on egg ...

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RMMAViLLE A HODNDEK . [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Packer — 13 April 1907

RMMAViLLE A HODNDEK . • ¦• SSLF on the TOBVkett . fJKg * stock packed in Cummer crates . ^ Wfllovv Bermudas in 1-bushel Cummel !» Kr * atcs sell at $ 1 . 75 to $ 3 and Cryatif ^ V-ax , n 1-bushel baskets or COraiSe * crates sell at Sl . Dl ) to $ 2 . N # ¦*• The arrivals • TOBJSWUUCC have been moderate from . J 3 nhiunn , due no doubt to the co | dH % enther in the growing sectiont »?> £ -The best stock is coming in barielS fkjsc . hampers , as the boxed lettuce is <)** ually too leafy . Fresh lettuce i-B . ; , Jiege barrels sells from $ 2 to $ 10 i Swittding to quality ; hampers at 50 c . to * 8 . 50 and 1 bushel boxes at 25 c to . $£ 191 It looks as thOj * gpt the Illinois asparagus and ptejjpait deal is pretty well up in the auMpfj account of the continued cold *« - * s * Bcr in southern Illinois . Before . ^ KjB cold spell it appeared as tho * M * R i ihe California asparagus would - -My-jpit off on account of the Illinois enjfefcliut it is now assured ther...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Packer — 13 April 1907

Son ot Baltimore Dealer Eloped . Baltimore , April 12 . —The elopement of Stephen E . Vicari , son of Michael Vicari , president , of tbe Vivari Fruit Co ., and his marriage to Miss Alice Hughes became known this week . The young folks were married quietly in a suburban town some weeks ago , but tho news just leaked out . Crops Het IWck In Tetmewiee . Nashville . Tenn ., April 12 . —The weather during the week has been raw and cold . Crops arc not developing normally . The movement Of veg- ?! - isW l , erri <> s from all parts of the state has been retarded . ConsidSfft » fet d K ? a i S * * i h ,, r bLPn uone ia this district by hail storms . Well . Oct Rosy . Cocoa , Fla . —Sanford is bragging mightily about the money received iroin her crop of celery this year . lhere are thousands of acre * of land just west of this town that would raise celery , potatoes or atmhing eiBc l * >* was drained and fire kept off of it . —News . l

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l ifltltA S ( ! l lirilll S I [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Packer — 13 April 1907

\ l \\ ifltltA \ S ( ! l \ lirilll \ S I BEHHV DEAL N » ATI > FA . TORY SO PAH , DUE TO POOR QUALITY . Potato imil Onion llovemcnf litis Fallen llclou- EsiiecUitlons—t . nbboBC SliilHiicnlN Are About Over —Other VcKctnblfK . Now Orleans ,-April 12 . —The-straw-berry market at New Orleans is not in the very host , condition and up to now the hcriv business has been somewhat , uii t-aiist iutory . - This nas resulted from-the peculiar weather conditions that have prevailed hero during MIP lust week or so . The consumpion of- berries during cool weather is not . as great as it . is later in the qiring . when the warm weather sets in anil the- consequence is that the . receipt s here at present are much great3 i than the , demand . ¦ n addition . to tills the berries which have been coming here during the week arc of an inferior quality and -poorly developed . For the crop , however , the recent rains and cool nights havedone a good deal and in the last day or so the fruit wh...

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Hasler Interviewed. [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Packer — 13 April 1907

Hasler Interviewed Mr . E . L . Hasler , president of the E . L . HASLER-CO ., says business is good . California orange business has Seen profitable and that he has been keeping the office of the National Produce Distributing Co . busy filling his orders . He also stated that the cabbage business was good and that the National Produce Distributing Co . is keeping him . well supplied , having buyers in Texas and South Carolina . Ite stated that-his company has eight or ten , cars , rolling . Mr . Hasler also reports the ^ Texas omon movement most satisfactory and that he anticipates a good demand right through the season for good stock . Associations and large growers who have anything ta seHI arestroiigly advised to geti ^ 5 L * ° U 5 £ ™ th „ th „ e £ . L . HAOLERXO ., Chicago , HI . —adv .

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YORK STATE API'LE TRADE [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Packer — 13 April 1907

YORK STATE APILE TRADE MOHT HOLDERS REPORTED ACTIVE DEMAND DURING THE WEEK . Firm Price * Prevailed , With Orders From AH Sections—Rnppltes in a Pew Hands—Stocks Are Decreasing Rapidly . . — Ruling Prices . Rochester , April 12 . —The main feature of interest in the western New York apple trade is the continued good demand for choice cold storage Baldwins . During the week sales have been large , there having been a heavy demand for so late in the season from different directions . The movement has not been one-sid-ed , dealers having shipped cars of Baldwins to all points of the compass . Perhaps the best demand has been from . the East , a notable feature being a better inquiry from New York , where a marked improvement occurred . For some time the Gotham apple market has been off but it now snows signs of recovering and this in itself is an encouraging factor in the situation . Tne eastern demand , however , has not been confined only to New YjurK such points us Boston , Philadel...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Packer — 13 April 1907

Barnett Bros 8 CHIOAUO , - ILLINOIS Want to arrange with Shipping Associations and Individual Shippers for 1907 SOUTHERN Fruits and , Vegetables OUR . SPECIALTY- . We know if full market prices * and prompt returns are what you want we can please YOU . Write Us Now .

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Packer — 13 April 1907

BEST RETURNS Early Southern Vegetables aud Berries . Write for quotations and shipping instructions . Marie jour shipments to HENRY MARTIN & 00 . lite South Water St ., Chicago . Ret :-Tlio Packer , State Bank of Chicago .

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Packer — 13 April 1907

WAYNE & LOW Fruit und Prodnce Comlsslon Marconi ! s . Butter , E $$ s and Poultry Established 1871 . Ret : —This Paper . John Vf . Low , - M . A . Wheelock , B . E . Werden . 185 S Water St- > - • - CHICAGO

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Packer — 13 April 1907

PHILLIP A . REITZ & Go -UKNKKAL—Commission Merchants , lirultmist . WlioUsalstBlarket , , i CBICAUO , IL . I . 8 . Special attention givon to the sale of dressed beef . hogs , mutton , veal , poultry , hides , etc . Of Frocerrls of coiisiifiintente nroip . ptljrremltUd . COOLING ROOMS FREE

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Packer — 13 April 1907

Apple Trade Actt-re . Kansas City , April 13 . —The cool weather this week was favorable to the apple trade and a good movement was reported . by holders . Prices continue on a basis of about $ 3 per oarrel for No . 1 Ben Davis and $ 3 . 25 for Ganos and Missouri pippins . Berry Growers Disappointed . , New Orleans , April 12 . —Advices ( from points in Mississippi state tbat the strawberry growers of that state , are very much disappointed • over tho seasons crop , which is In many communities has been reduced nearly 50 per cent by unfavorable weather conditions . Three weeHs ago prospects were good for a record breaking yield , but the dry weather was disastrous and the shipments have been exceedingly light during the last week . The quality of the fruit is about the same as that of last year and the market has been very firm since the season opened . The late picking will be considerably improved by the heavy rains , of the last day or two ; which were general in the , berry grow...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Packer — 13 April 1907

THE EGG HOUSE FOR EGG SHIPPERS Sonud as the rock of Gibraltar . SIGMUND BROS ., 103 W . KandolphSt ., CHICAGO .

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Packer — 13 April 1907

A Red Hot House in a Red Hot Town . I Wc are now recognized as the lanjcsl CAIM . OT receivers in ( hicii K : o , ia our line of business . We wish io iimke arrangements with MI . Ul JAU I ASSOCIATIONS , also INDIVIDUAL SUMIKHS who have no connection in this market or who are dissatisfied with the one they have , t . i represent them , and to handle their business . Wc have the KXlKUIr . Mh , CAPI- , TAL . LOCATION and sufficient trade to give you first clus * service . \ Ve . are large receivers and distributors of STltAWIlKKUIKH . CAlLA -h ., « J > .- ION 8 . TOMATOES . CCCTMHKIiS . IOTATOICS . PKACUKS . as well as all FRUIT . VEGETABLES and ( ilCNKKAL IUOIHXK . Carlots are our hubby , but we handle shipments of anv si / . c . Wire or write us what you have to dispose of . Get , in line with ii WM HOT HOUSE . , COYNE BROS . _ — \*) j ° uth w a * e r stygg * * . fPfofg-gP- ; I 11 - i A BLJAm . / - sV ^ rst . ><* •* Jmm A oew • HOODOO SKi / ar . ¦ l ...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Packer — 13 April 1907

GROWERS AND SHIPPERS Why put your eggs all in one basket ? In other words , why only ship to one market or even select thai ; market before shipping when you have no idea what the condition ot that market will be upon arrival o £ the car ? REMEDY By marketing your carlot shipmeiits through us , your goods will be inspected and the market selected when the shipment is within one to three days , of final destination . In this way your shipments receive tha very best possible and most judicious distribution . Thus to a large extent market gluts are avoided . EARLY GRAPES We have closed a contract for marketing- a crop of approximately 150 ,- 000 baskets of Niagara and Concord grapes grown in south . Georgia . This is the very earliest crop produced in the country . The fruit will begin to move in June . We invite correspondence . If you are interested and want your crops distributed and marketed in the most systematic manner , write us for further particulars . We use all prominent Fru...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Packer — 13 April 1907

BERRY TRADE fjlOW . Weather -Limited Demand at Cleveland —Other -Llnea . Cleveland , April 12 . —Cleveland has had a . Very cold week and the wsMtthr er was decidedly off for the strawberry deal . Then , too , stock lias been unusually poor and * off in color . A car arrived Wednesday morning which was the best of the season ; size and color were both good . The berries sold quickly at $ 2 . 75 to $ 3 . 75 per 24-quart crate . .. ( , Oranges are scarce and v higher , Lemons bring $ 4 . 50 to $ 5 . 50 . Pine ^ apples are scarce and higher , bu , t slow sale . , Apples are in good demand . and strong at the prices quoted . The market on old potatoes is quiet at the prices quoted . New crop stock is still scarce and high . Sweets are about out of market . Old onions and cabbage . are no longer -worthy a quotation . Texas new onions are lower ; $ 1 . 75 to $ 2 . 35 per crate is all that can be realized for them . New cabbage brings $ 2 . 50 to $ 2 . 75 per crate . Green and wax beans ar...

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VIEWS ON STORM DEAL 1 [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Packer — 13 April 1907

VIEWS ON STORM DEAL 1 LABGR PRODUCTION GIVES BOMB DEALERS BEARISH OPINIONS . Increased Winter Supplies are also Likely to Have Some Inf lneace on De - mand for tbe Cooler Block . St . Louis , April 12 . —There ia a wide difference of opinion among poultry and egg men in St . Louis in regard to the outlook for the egg deal for tae coming season . Some dealers aref buying all the eggs they can get for storage purposes , while others are letting them severely alone and predict dire results for the packers . . x - Several large . poultry raisers from different parts of tlie territory tributary to St . Louis who were in the city this week were interviewed and all agreed that the egg , production this season from present indications will be the heaviest on record and one of these men , who voiced practically the opinion of all of the others , in discussing the question , said : There has never been a season to my knowledge when so large a percentage of the hens were laying as at present ....

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COLD D 1 KI « E IS II 1 IVIIS [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Packer — 13 April 1907

COLD D 1 KI « E IS II 1 IVIIS REPORTS FROJf SEVERAL OF THE IM-1 FORTANT PRODUCING DISTRICTS . Earlr Vegetables Billed by the Cold Weather and Peacbes . Cherries and Fears More or ( -eas Iiijurod-Grow-ers * Opinions . Chicago , April 1 13 . —Further advices from differ eritTllinois sections relative to the cold weather recently go to show that fruits and vegetaiiles in some localities wore injured more than others and that ori-nards even in the same locality arc variously affected . , „! . % . Centralia , IlLr-rPen is are badly hurt here , but there will be plenty ot peaches arid cherries . Vegetation was not advanced far enough before the cold to be seronsly damaged . Ice formed here one-halt inch thick . —C . H . Webster . „ ,,. Goreville , 111 . — -Think fruit has been seriously injured from the cold which went 10 degrees below freezing about a fortnight ago . Peaches on the north side of the Ozark loot hills were all killed while fruit on the south side has possibly escaped with ...

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