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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Packer — 3 August 1907
Notice—The advertisers tn this paper who have submitted clear and satisfactory proof of Bood trade standlne : and square dealing with patrons ar ., RECOMMENDED to subscribers . The publishers vequest that nny unsatisfactory deal with amy house represented herein be PROMPT 1 . Y reported ,. so that SATISFACTORY adjustment may bo secured AT ONCE . The publishers reserve tlio right to discontinue any advertisement without notice . Correspondents — One live correspondent desired at EVERY shipping ; point . Wrlta lor instructions . Solicitors—Energetic hustlers wanted at all shlppin--- points to solicit subscriptions . Only men of ability wanted . Liberal commission to rlitht parties . Special . Notice—Correspondents and Kenoral representative ? of Tho Packer are never authorized to make drafts or borrow money • ni account of this ( company . Neither are tlipv authorized to place this company under niiv other financial responsibility . The Packer s frlt-nds and patrons are requested to r...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Packer — 3 August 1907
The Michigan peach hag risen Phoenixlike and now requests the trade to behold it again in all Its glory . The Packer tas • tip on Michigan high up the west coast thai is given exclusively and with , full information . Now that the Pere Marquette railway has been discovered to have a boodoo in tiie thirteen letters in 118 name , it is in order for the growers and shippers of Michigan to petition the management of the road to change its name to mud . It doesnt tako much of a crop of fruits or vegetables this year to net the grower large returns . This ls certainly the season when the grower fattens his bank account ut the expense of the consumer , hut then the hitter appears to be able lo pay the price . i The volume of business . being done in most of the fruit and produce markets at present does not indicate that the dull reason is nearly as dull as lt might be . There is always something doing for the . progressive and hustling merchant in this department of trade . Those onion gro...
FLORIDA OUNGEODTLOOK [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Packer — 3 August 1907
FLORIDA OUNGEODTLOOK ESTIMATES AS TO SEASONS CROP BY LOCAL NEWSPAPERS . Great Difference of Opinion Expressed as to States Crop-Recent Rains Have Greatly Helped tbe Crop . Waueliula . Fla .. Aug . 2 . —The Advocate estimates tw to 75 per cent us many oranges this year us were grown lust yeutIn this vicinity , or from 80 , 000 to 10 , * ,- 000 boxes . Tbo Advocate says there will probably be two-thirds as much fruit shipped from Florida tills year as last . However , some sections are expected to tovc only 25 per cent of a crop , but many young trees will come into bearing this year . Orlando . Fin .. Aug . 2 . —Recent rains have greatly improved the prospects for oranges and growers are predicting that th * crop will surprise most people . One grower said he would have twice as many oranges as last year as the drought had hurt his crop but little . Bartow , Fla ., Aug . 1 . —According to the Record the orange crop around Eagle Lake will be much * larger than expected earlier in tho ...
National League of Commission Merchants [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Packer — 3 August 1907
National League of Commission Merchants OF THE UNITED STATES . ^ . ™ . __ ¦ •&gt;•— w Secretary : A Secretary : A President : CHAB . A . MUEHLBROKNEK , 201 Ferry St .. Pittsburg . Pa . Vice-President : WILMER EI EG , 229 Broadway , Milwaukee , wis . BALTIMORE , MD . C H . ANDERSON &amp; CO .. 119-121 8 . Calvert * .. AV— . FTlls and General Produce . BLANKFABD &amp; MEGINKIS . 135 West Pratt n . St-. Fruits and General Produce . BLATTER BROS ., 118 W . Pratt St . Butter . THOS . BCIKD &amp; 0 SONV 21 * Light Bt . Fruits . ¦ rJtS ? Vegetables . I . COOKE * SONS , 7 W . Pratt St . Butter , « . J B f « t 5 v .-PoultlJ and Dried Fruits . DIX fc WU . KIN 8 . 0 E . Lombard St .. FlorlB » ..-A $ V . £ a I 1 ! orll J a « * d Forelsn Products . HENDERSON . LINTHICUM . &amp; CO .. 3 E . Camden St . Fruits and General Produce . T . H . KEPNER &amp; CO .. 14 W . Pratt St . T ^ I TU t ^ a Sa General Produce . J c v , * t , * S 1 B &amp; co ...
The Hebrew Holidays . [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Packer — 3 August 1907
The Hebrew Holidays . New Tork . Aug . 3 . —The Hebrew year S Bes . « £ ? mme i ? ces a * sundown September ?• IM ? . , and extends to September 26 , 1908 . The holidays and feast days of Importance to the live -poultry trade , together with the kind of poultry most wanted and tho probable 4 &gt; est market days , are aa follows . New Year . —September 9 and . 10 , 190 T : Best market days : September 3 , 4 . 6 and 6 ; kinds most in demand : fowls , turkeys , ducks and geese . - ¦ Day of Atonement—September 18 , 1957 : Best market days : September 13 , 14 and 16 ; all prime stock wanted , especially spring chickens ana roosters . „ . te 55 i of Tabernacles . —September 23 and ? £ • 2 ? ° 7 : . B £ st market days : September 19 . 20 and 21 ; kinds most wanted : fowls , ducks and fat geese especially , o . * t JXO 1 ^ Law . —September 30 and Octo24 , 190 c Best market days : September 2 C , 27 and 28 ; prime quality of all kinds wanted . Purim .-March M , 1908 ; Best market da...
Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Packer — 3 August 1907
C . E . THURST 01 V CO A Corporation ^^^^^ ^ capital $ 50 , 000 MeW XOrk __ 4 ^___\ ^^ ^ . iepMienUtivesinall Boston Jf ^^^ m PP flfl * - * - * ^^ . rlnc | ** cities ° * the * OL ! i . J ^ l- . l . s « mlmWWa I m United States and CanPniiaaeipnia n ^ Bl jm ^ l ada st . Louis wS-HB ^ y w i AI Riverside , ^ 8 gg 5 r Mm * etlil £ A * I ^ Ss ^ s -BsP ^ Finnl Cal .- .: ^^^^^^ ¦ • ., ;; .- ., ± . p / Wma % - -,:
Vim COMGSIHO PAYS , [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Packer — 3 August 1907
Vim COMGSIHO PAYS , TEXAS SHIPPERS ASSOCIATION PREEER 8 TBAT TC ^ SELtlNG . Will iiearn Character of Commission Merchants , Then ( ship ln Old Way Fall Crops to Market . Reese , Tex ., July 24 , 1907 . To The Packer : —In this section we lost our peaches on account of the warm weather in January . We all did very wel . with our potatoes and tomatoes . Had some trouble in selling , as many of the farmers were atraid to make consignments , but now there Is a better feeling toward commission men . At the last meeting of our association it was determined to try to raise enough fall nua £ to ship in carlots ; potatoes , both Irish and sweet , cabbage , cants , cukes and watermelons , so as to ship ln -mixed carlots and consign to good men so as to get the best prices . To sell on the track f . o . b . is very nice but buyers take advantage of us by demanding that we load the cars before they will tell us what they will give , for which I do not blame tbem as they cannot engage goods till...
THE VEGETABLE CENTER [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Packer — 3 August 1907
THE VEGETABLE CENTER THAT IS THB CLAIM HADE FOR CENTER HILL , FLA . The District Is Certainly a Heavy and Sure Producer—Jinny Growers Uave Fall Crops This Season . Center Hill , Fla ., Aug . 2 . —Why this place is named Center Hill , no one here seems to know . But everyone living here says ho knows its the center of the vegetable country of Florida . Everyone here also thinks , or says he knows , they can grow more vegetables and of a better quality than anyone else , or any other section in this state . Center Hill certainly has a good claim to superiority . Aa a matter ot fact Center Hill has the advantage over some other sections , its nearly all have tho Skinner system of irrigation , which is hn . 1 t the battle In growing both quantity and quality , especially in . a dry season like the past . Many of the growers are adding irrigation plants and . are ln other respects Improving and extending for bis winter and spring crops . • , , The up-to-date growers here include II . J ....
Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Packer — 3 August 1907
Our Own Salaried , Experienced Buyers and Inspectors in the Field WIRE US FOR PRICES BOYLE COMMISSION CO GENERAL SAllES OFFICE WICHITA , KANSAS KAW VALLEY POTATOES ! H I . I ¦ . j —i - ^ — . ¦ * ¦ . — . ——— - ^ WAIVTED - PEACHES ! 0 ANTALOUPES AND APPLES ( Barlots and Express Shipments , Quote us Prices oa Carlots of Early Apples If In The Market For POTATOES Write or Wire Us McFarland &amp; Black , REF :-THE PACKER , 507 Walnut St . - - Kansas City , Mo . —Ship Your—FRUITS , VEGETABLES , ETC . H . C . GARTH , KANSAS CITY , MO . Cfrflre Yi 0 Eet fB Rtrket ! a ! ue tor 0 Br B ^^ Es-Poultnf-Hliletlf coniiKnsilU LggS D . A . TRIMBLE PRODUCE COMMISSION CO . 116 C Mo . Ave .. ( Ref :-The Packer , Traders Bank ) KansasCfty . Mo dm ^ mmA APPUE BARRELS J SpS ?? ¦ •¦ .. ; , .. ...... , TT ^ r n J .. : i In both wire and flat hoops . llfc j ¦¦ ZZ i ^ APJ !!|] f ^ 8 AnEllCX . BTOCK 1 lit * - 1 -Ji ^ i . II M « teh Cars , States , Hesdini and Hoops • Specialty . ! fl || illg § I I I Sch...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Packer — 3 August 1907
¦ Hurst Produce Co ., 542 Walnut St ., Kansas City , Mt . Always in tbe niarket to bny or sail Butter , Eg ** , Poultry , Potatoes , Applts . Any where in any Quantity . Get onr Prices . I ¦ • v ^ , v . i j /^\ ft You Are Interested In # M &lt; Pototoes ! \ 4 fry &amp; l &amp; .:: j __ i : \ Either as a buyer or seller / $ &amp; $£ ** &lt; i * H We would like to do busff » «* I v &amp; S &amp; Zii &amp; l ness with you Car 8 ro b 8 t IU li ^^^ - ^ -lr ? lng all the time . Line fi ^ pT ^ ma ga , WCC . demons ^ JL &amp; co « Z &gt; &lt; ag 2 KANSAS CITY . - MISSOURI . I COLD STORAGEl E Butter , Eggs and Cheese M ¦ I We operate Si . SKMMO crubie feet storage space In Kanaaa City for all KB ¦ i klada perishable products . Wo can put you In touch with buyer * , ! - ¦ f - and sellers , throughout the United State * . | E It Southwestern Gold Storage Co . II pj | I General 010 oee * -B 5 t Walnut St .. ...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Packer — 3 August 1907
PEACHES w ^ CANTALOUPES ^ gPLES ~ * = , r r ^*^^^ i *^ a ^^^ B **? ^ ^^^ Sn ^^* i * : ^ U * MM m - * - - . - ~ Etc . Maguire , Urban \ % Co ., 21 years experience . Kansas City . Mo . Ref . —The Packer . jfi ^ Sa . A * B *** THOMAS , Manager , C . VT . THOMAS , Asst Mgr ., i ^ ClUX Joplln , Mo . Carthage , Mo . fY 7 $ [ PROMPT ! RELIABLE ! RESPONSIBLE ! i l l The Thomas Fruit Go II 111 Hill * JOPLIN , MO . II Hill US ii I Branches :- —Webb City , Mo ., and Carthage , Mo . I I f A GOOD POINT TO PLACE YOUR STDFF N I If ( It If 111 Capital $ 50 , 000 . 00 . Established 1890 , I Rilf WeDoa Safe Business ill I I III We nT te Correspondence From Shippers of M ^ Fruits and Vegetables £ ; ££ ?*« Mm jf M 7 M &amp; 7 Mm * maaa * M 7 M Qabba ^ tl 1 } \ -i * x // mWm £ s £ sh ; r &amp; i ± &amp;/ Kef : —Dun or Bradstreet , Our Shippers , The Packer . EDGAR WARD -j „ &lt; Revised Economy , Both Phone . CHAS . WARD ^^^ l Citrus and Baker . 193 Main S Traders Bank D...
V EIIRIMRAAiZ MD . [Newspaper Article] — Chicago Packer — 3 August 1907
V EIIRIMRAAiZ MD . THE NEWARK SWINDLER AN EGO CANDLER AT CHICAGO . Flrat Slsbt of Him Since He Stepped Off With $ 20 , 000 Sn-as—Saya He Will Return to Newark . Chicago , Aug . 3 . —Nathan Ehrenkranz , who walked away from $ 20 , 000 worth of liabilities ln Newark , N . J ., nearly two years ago , was located In Chicago by The Packer man Wednesday . Khrenkranz , with his brother , operating us N . Khrenkran *** &amp; Bro ., made one of the rottenest failures ever pulled off in the Kast , stinging shippers throughout the West and members of the New York and Newark trade . After that he disappeared and neither creditors nor authorities were able to locate him . The Packer man used to see Nathan at his light and airy store on Commerce street in Newark when Elirenkranz was living high on the money he was stealing trom his creditors . Those were in Nathan s palmy days . The scene was quite different when The Packer man saw him Wednesday in a dingy basement at 170 West Randolph st...