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Chicago Packer (Newspaper) - July 23, 1927, Chicago, IllinoisNo waste i Eccl amp tio the Packer covers this sex elusive Field and is read Only by people interested in your kind of business and it reaches about All of your connections and probable connections everywhere la the United states. The Chicago p joker. Vvs devoted to the interests of commercial growers packers shippers and Receil entered u second class matter at the Post Fulce 11 Kansas City mo., under the act of March 3, 1879. Pub Sailor of Ftp pages vegetables melons Etc. S City. To. I Siuty Ewy saturday. Vol. Xxxiii. No. 12 Kansas City jew York Cincinnati. Chicag0 los Angeles july 23, 192 subscription rates United states Mexico and Cuba s2 per year Canada $3 per year. All other foreign countries $4 per year. Single copy 10c entire Trade mourns passing of Charles a. Kerr of Chicago death game monday afternoon at Highland Park Hospital after a Long period of 111 health had undermined his vitality familiar figure on Chicago Market for More than 40 years. Strict adherence to Golden Rule brought substantial Success gained much National prominence through his interest in organization work one or the organizers of Western fruit jobbers Asso. Elation and served As member of the Board of the american fruit and vegetable shippers association Many Floral tributes. Chicago july 22.�?c. A. Kerr 64, one of Chicago a Pioneer dealers died monday afternoon at the Highland Park Hospital. Death came from Haemorrhage of the oesophagus after a Long period of illness had undermined his vitality to the breaking Point. Or. Kerr was a familiar figure on the local Market for More than 40 years. He came to Chicago in the Early 80s, As a representative of Walker Brothers of Dubuque la. After three years management of that office he entered the produce Field on his own behalf founding the firm of c. A. Kerr amp co., inc., in 1885. Diligence and strict adherence to the Golden Rule in the conduct of his business brought substantial Success. His interest in organization work gained him prominence throughout the Industry. He was among the charter members of the Western fruit jobbers association and served As treasurer a for several years. He steadfastly refused to accept other offices when the membership sought to Honor him doubtless because of a modest temperament. He was Active in the affairs of the organization however and took Delight in arranging for special trains entertainment features and other convention details entail much time and labor. He a served also a a member of the it of re of directors of the american a Bruit and vegetable shippers Asso a fat Lori from 193 9 until 1923 was. Chairman of the membership commit. I their Ali 1920-21, and took a close in a Terest in the development of that As Souife Juii prior lit she Lime ill a health a forced him to conserve his energies. Or. Kerr was instrumental in the. Formation of the boosters club on South water Street about ten years ago. It was succeeded by the Chicago produce club of which or. Kerr was president for two or three terms. He organized a minstrel show on the Street and a through Benefit performances not Only furnished entertainment for members of the local Trade but also assisted materially in placing the club on a sound financial basis. A genial and charitable disposition won a Host of enduring friendships As was evidenced by the volume of consolatory messages received by the family As Early As monday night. During the Oklahoma Oil Boom or. Kerr became interested in leases and succeeded in drilling several Large Wells. Many of his acquaintances in the Trade prospered through his counsel on matters pertaining to Oil. For the last ten years he was hampered by sickness from time to time. In 1917 he underwent an operation for gallstones followed by a similar operation two years later. Complications developed later which led to his fatal illness. His family was present at the bedside when death finally ended a Long siege of suffering. Charles Allen Kerr was born at Keokuk la september 21, 1862. Funeral services were held from Graceland Chapel at 4 of clock wednesday afternoon interment at Graceland cemetery. Many Beautiful Floral pieces served As a last tribute from friends in the Trade. The pallbearers were e. O. Schweger William Garfitt a. G. Zulfer James Trankina Chicago o. B. West Des Moines la., and de t. Scott Lincoln neb. Or Kerr was married twice and is survived by his widow Lucy Reed Gardner Kerr the children John and Mary and Charles jr., and Lowell sons of the first marriage. The business will be continued Oil for business wheels. During the past few years there has been a great Deal of talk in the produce Trade with regard to National advertising to the consumer for the purpose of expanding sales of fruits vegetables butter eggs and poultry. Big men in the butter egg and poultry exchanges and associations throughout the country have had this subject up Many times and the National league of commission merchants composed principally of fruit and vegetable shippers distributors and receivers have gone so far As to appoint committees and have a study made of the advisability of nationally advertising fresh fruits and vegetables. It is doubtful if a Clear Conception has Ever been had on the Money investment required to put Over a successful National Campaign. The Mcclure newspaper Syndicate of new York last week issued a Chart showing the ten largest advertisers in the United states for 1926. Of course the total amounts Nal a represent some Money invested for advertising in other countries but the great bulk of the advertising was done in the United states. These ten and the amount each spent for advertising in 1926, Are As follows Chevrolet motor company Reynolds tobacco company Camel cigarettes and Prince Albert tobacco Postum Cereal company Postum Cereal grape nuts Lambert Pha Macal company listerine american tobacco company Lucky strike cigarettes Etc. Proctor amp Gamble Ivory soap Crisco Dodge motor company Liggett amp Myers tobacco company Fatima and Chesterfield cigarettes velvet tobacco lever Brothers Lux Rinso Willys Overland company. The Chevrolet people invested $4,095,000 in the advertising of their car. The Reynolds tobacco company spent $4,034,000 in popularizing camels and Prince Albert and $3,527,000 was spent for Postum and grape nuts advertising. Listerine spent $3,484,000 and the american tobacco company spent $3,323,000. Proctor amp Gamble spent $3,051,000 to spread the word on Ivory soap and Crisco and $3,038,000 was spent on Dodge car advertising. Fatima Chester Fields and velvet tobacco Quot spent $2,717,000 to advertise. Lever Brothers made an outlay of $2,614,000 to advertise Lux and Rinso and the Overland car was publicized to the tune of $2,-. 604,000. This Chart which was made by freling Foster was based on records of the american news ,1v. I ,.&Quot h a a i .�?Ti�"1.\ no n 11 Virt a a a peach movement is fort Smith territory and the Northwest Arkansas Section visited by Good Rains which helped All fruits and vegetables peach crop Light in some sections. Horatio Dequeen Ashdown and other Points shipping cantaloupes grapes Start in Small Way from Arkansas Valley a Railroad estimates grape movement from Oklahoma and Northwest Arkansas Points other commodities. Papal a a St la she National advertising records. In View 6f the fact that each one of the above companies showed big profits on its 1926 business the proof is conclusive that Quot it pays to advertise Mother of Arthur Rule noted Kentucky woman Dies at advanced age. Louisville ky., july 22.�?the following is from the Louisville courier journal of july 15 mrs. Mary Woolfolk Rule 88 years old a nurse for the Union army in the War Between the states and a teacher of singing and music died at noon thursday at her Home on the upper River Road near Goshen. Mrs. Rule was born March 5, 1839, the daughter of Thomas j. Woolfolk and Adaline c. Caldwell. She attended a Pioneer log school then the Goshen Academy founded by her father and others in 1848 and taught by the presbyterian pastor at Goshen. She was graduated at the presbyterian College in Louisville in the fifties. Among her school mates were Jennie Cassedy and her Sisters. A mrs. Rule became associated with mrs. Martha Eubank who was Matron successively at the presbyterian orphanage the Goshen Academy and the masonic Home. During the War mrs. Rule Sang in the prisons and hospitals of Louisville and Plymouth and Boston mass., and also was a nurse. On june 7, 1886, she was married to the Rev. John Rule Resl fort Smith Ark., july 22. A the peach movement is drawing to a close. The Peak was passed last week when 500 cars were shipped out of the immediate fort Smith territory and Southwest Arkansas moved heavy shipments daily. Small shipments of tomatoes cucumbers cabbage radishes onions and cantaloupes Are being made. Peach shipments in the fort Smith Section will total approximately 7 01 cars Over the Missouri Pacific which had moved 310 cars up to sunday. Peach shipping on the Frisco from Northwest Arkansas has been launched with a few cars from Rudy. One Hundred cars will move Over the Frisco from this Section and 2 5 cars from Hulbert okla. The fort Smith Vicinity has averaged 60 cars daily while Orchards in the Highland and Nashville districts South of Little Rock and the Horatio Dequeen Section to the South of fort Smith averaged hundreds of cars daily. The Kansas City Southern estimate is 329 cars. Rains in this Vicinity during last week served to lengthen the peach movement and were beneficial to the fruit. Seventeen cars were loaded from Hackett last week 13 from Cameron one from Idabel two from Hulbert Over the Frisco. Total shipments from Fayetteville Are expected to. Reach 150. Altus will ship six or seven cars in addition to the peaches going out by express. Approximately 100 bushels of Elberta Are being shipped by express daily. Peaches Are larger since the Rains fell. Thea Eason a peach Harvest is heavier than usual at Cameron which will run 25 to 30 cars. Clarksville and Laminar Are the largest shipping Points on the Missouri Pacific with More than 26 each daily Lamar has moved Riviore than too cars of Elberta already with 100 More to come. The fruit is smaller than usual around Dequeen. Prices Are not As High As expected around Lamar because the fruit is not up to Standard and the fruit is Selling for $1.25 to $1.75 a Bushel. The Kansas City Southern has shipped More than 70 cars of peaches. The peach crop around Alma is making a fair yield with a few cars already moved. The crop around Mulberry is Light on account of a late Spring Frost and recent dry weather. Not More than six cars will go out of Branch which has a Light crop this year. The Dequeen Horatio territory will move 300 cars of peaches most of which have already gone out. Horatio will Load 300, Ashdown five. Cove two Dequeen 2 0, Heavener two. Over the Kansas City Southern. The peach crop was Light in Crawford county about one half the Normal but the Quality excellent. Peaches in this Section have brought from $1.25@ 1.75 a crate. Rains last week saved the Tomato crop both in this Vicinity and in Northwest Arkansas. Dry weather had already blistered Crawford county tomatoes. Green wraps have been sent out but no shipments of Ripe tomatoes were attempted until the Rains. Tomatoes Are Selling at $11.50 a crate. The Kansas City Southern will move 34 cars of tomatoes ten from Gillham two from Ashdown two from Cove 18 from Dequeen and two from Gentry. About 100 cars of tomatoes have gone out of to gtd Dequeen Horatio territory. The Missouri Quot Pacific has loaded five cars of tomatoes at Van Buren the Frisco four there were 13 cars of tomatoes from Southwest Arkansas last we�., -. Shipments cucumbers Are about at an end from Deq Ueen Section. One Hundred and eighty eight cars went out last week giving a total for the season of 250. Cucumbers have dropped Here to $1 a Bushel. Close to 1,00 cars of cantaloupes already have gone out. The Kansas City Southern estimate is 175 cars for Horatio 25 for Dequeen two for Ashdown two for Cove one for Gans for Gillham. Crawford county will Send out 40. Twelve cars of cabbage have gone out 20 of radishes Ami three of onions. Grapes Are just beginning to move slowly out of the Arkansas Valley. A few cars will go. The Kansas City Southern estimates the movement along its line in Northwest Arkansas and Southwest Missouri two for Watts okla. Five for Westville ten for Anderson to. Four for Decatur Ark. Five for Goodman to. 25 for Neosho to two for Noel -mo., and two for Sulphur Springs. Ark. The Northwest Arkansas crop and Arkansas Valley crops were reduced by Adverse weather but the yield is turning out better than was first expected. Timely Rains saved the Apple crop near Prairie Grove. Early apples a going out of Fayetteville by express at about 15 to 20 baskets daily. About 150 cars of Early apples have gone out of Northwest Arkansas. More than 1.s00 cars of Irish potatoes have gone out of this territory. The Missouri Pacific moved 910 cars the Frisco 158 and about 400 South of Here the Kansas City Southern 397 and received 25 cars from the Midland Valley. The crop was 80 per cent. Blackberry picking continues Gravette where Rains prolonged the crop. Start from Caldwell �.1 n Boston to open on Friday August 5 Boston amp Maine Railroad announces a luncheon to the Trade to commemorate the events invitations have been sent out to City and state officials and to members of the Trade president Hannauer to be toastmaster. City proud of $5,000,000 project which is among the finest in the country and ties in with a plan to provide up to tie minute train schedules for the convenience of fruit and vegetable shippers. Sapiro Ford libel suit withdrawn following Henry Fords apology. Detroit july 22.�?the million Dollar libel suit of Aaron Sapiro against Henry Ford publisher of the Dearborn Independent has been withdrawn following a Public statement by or. Ford apologizing for the unwarranted and uncalled for attack on the jewish race and retracting any statement that May have been made against the personal integrity of or. Sapiro. Or. Ford in the statement also endorsed the principle of co operative marketing. No Public statement has been made As to any monetary settlement but or. Sapiro is quoted to the effect that no payment has been made to him and that the outcome of the suit is to his Euire satisfaction inasmuch As the Ford newspaper attack on the jewish race was the principal Factor involved in the suit. Report on conditions july 1 includes such fruits As apples. Strawberries rasp berries cherries. Peaches plums. Cantaloupes grapes conditions showed improvement during last half of june and All crops Are making Good growth. Staff correspondence t Caldwell Idaho july 22.�?around 75 cars of cobblers constituting the bulk of this variety in the Early Idaho potato Deal have been shipped Dut to Date. It is a believe eco there Are pot Over 25 cars of Cotters to and Toliese a virtually will cleaned up by the end of this week. This includes All of the Early Idaho sections Kinghill Nampa Caldwell and from Parma to Weiser. Rural the main portion of the Early Deal will Start to move volume about the first of August and if they move out at a Normal rate it is Felt the Deal will be Over by the end of August. Present indications Are for a production of around 500 cars of Rural. This would indicate a total production of All varieties in this Early Deal of around 600 cars. A few ears of Ohio and triumphs have been shipped but production on these varieties Here is negligible. To Date the demand has been very Strong. In fact nearly All of the Stock dug so far either has been sold of contracted for before it was out of the ground. Quality has been excellent. Which is one of the reasons advanced Here for the Active demand at generally higher prices. From ail indications the Quality on the Rural will run As uniformly High As it has on cobblers. Boston mass., july 2 2.�?friday, August 5. Will be the Day when Boston by the opening of the Boston amp. Maine railroads modern fruit and vegetable auction terminal on Rutherford Avenue will join the cities of the country in which Brand new perishable markets have been built. The ave of construction of modern terminals which has brought new facilities to the Trade in Philadelphia Chicago and Houston and which promises similar improvements in new York Cleveland Pittsburgh Washington and new Orleans will reach the Hub formally at 1 p. M. August 5. At a luncheon which the Boston amp Maine is announcing to the Trade As an event to commemorate the opening of its new and comprehensive fruit and vegetable auction Plant. This will signalized also the inauguration of another of the principal features of the Boston amp Maine a new $5.-000,000 terminal improvement program at Boston which is providing facilities for better service in Many directions and which is making possible the fastest train schedules in its history. Invitations to tie opening luncheon were placed in the mail this week. The Boston amp Maine is inviting to the luncheon representatives of the Trade in each of the principal groups who have contributed to the growth and the Prosperity of the Boston Market which is now claimed to be the third largest Center for fruits and vegetables in the country asking them to inspect and to help in inaugurating Bostons new facilities. These invitations Are going out from president George Han a and the Board of directors of the Boston Maine to the Trade in Boston in new England and in other parts of the country. State and City officials representatives of the fruit and produce organizations in the country As a whole and local interests together with representatives of Dwight p. Robinson amp co., inc., who built the terminal Are continued on Page 20 Mountain grown lettuce and other vegetables have been in Sulci Good demand that shippers have found some difficulty in filling orders lettuce slow in starting acreage smaller than last year a increased pea plantings cauliflower acreage Small Hail damages cabbage in Greeley Section. Indications Point to a slight increase in Apple production compared with last year although it is difficult to arrive at a reasonably fair estimate of the crop at this time owing to the late set throughout the Dominion other fruits fair to Good. Hail damage to Monte Vista colo., lettuce heavy. Monte Vista colo., july 22. A a very severe Hail storm hit the iceberg lettuce growing Section of the san Luis Valley in the South Fork District about two weeks ago and did heavy damage to the crop. It is reported that at least 2 5 per cent of the crop in that Section was ruined possibly 50 per cent. It was one of the worst Hall storms Ever witnessed in this District. Mountain Green peas were also badly injured with the ratio of damage about the same As lettuce. Better use the old gun he May be fooling. Dent pastor on the upper River Road under the management and direction dior almost sixty years. Often mrs. Of Charles Kerr jr., and e. O. Sch Rule accompanied him on missions to Weger. Or. Schweger has been close i has parishioners. He died on thanks by associated with c. A. Kerr amp co., giving Day 1925. At the Centennial inc., for More than 20 years while tvs a a in last Here. Charles jr., has been a member of the firm for six years. Brooklyn jobbing concern closes checks come Back. New York. July 22.�?the firm of Weber Tannebaum amp Blumenthal fruit and vegetable jobbers in Wall about Market Brooklyn closed its doors monday and its checks began coming Back that same Day. The firm owes considerable on the Street although it did not have a Long line of credit. The affair does not look so Good and creditors say they Are going to make a thorough investigation. There is no Blumenthal in the firm. The concern is owned by Weber and Tannebaum. The purchases were made in the name of d. Weber but the checks were signed jointly by Weber and Tannebaum. Monday according to the report of the Bank the concern Drew All of its funds out of that institution leaving no Money with which to pay checks that had been issued. This according to the new bad Cheek Law which went into effect the first of july is a criminal offence and can be prosecuted under this Law which was framed for such an occasion. Of the Goshen Church in 1925 the Rev. Or. Rule and mrs. Rule were guests of Honor. She was a woman of remarkable memory and a history of the upper River Road embracing nearly every Homestead and Many pioneers written by her son the Rev. Luden v. Rule is based on her Clear accounts of Early Days As she heard it. She made her la visit to Louisville in april and remarked that her first trip was made when she was 12. At that time her father gave her a piano and started her on her music career. Mrs. Rule is survived by four sons Clarence w. Rule a Farmer of Goshen Wallace b. Rule and Arthur r. Rule of the Federated fruit growers new York and the Rev. Or. Rule presbyterian minister and writer. Funeral services will be held sunday morning at the Goshen presbyterian Church. Burial will be in the Brownsboro cemetery. The Rev. W. Y. Davis of Louisville an intimate Friend of mrs. Rule will officiate. New York Spanish onions. New York july 22.�?thursday night there were 34,168 crates and 17,953 half cases of Spanish onions at the Dock unsold. There were also at that time 5,000 bags of egyptian onions afloat for new York. Denver colo., july 22.�?shippers Here report that inquiry for Colorado Mountain grown lettuce and other vegetables has been so Good to Date that they have been unable to fill orders. The lettuce cramp a has been slow in starting this year and coupled with a smaller acreage than was planted last season this has Given the crop a Good Send off. The acreage of lettuce planted this season was smaller than last year and a disastrous Hail in the lower end of the san Luis Valley that caught some of the Early plantings wiped out a Good Many carloads of Stock that would have been marketed before this time. Green peas Are in High favor with Mountain growers. This season As is. Evidenced by the great increase in plantings. Acreage this season is Al most three times is Large As it was last season hut it. Is thought that even this amount will not be sufficient to the demand Quot for of Frese High Altitude peas. In years part this crop has always been a big Money maker for growers and it seems to be increasing greatly in popularity with each season. Cauliflower acreage in the mountains is Small this season and shippers and growers Are expecting a Short crop. Though the total acreage planted to these three vegetables this season is almost exactly the same As last year the peas have taken on a Reat increase to balance up the decease in lettuce and cauliflower acreages. During the past week rumours have been circulating among the Trade in different parts of the country that the lettuce crop was badly damaged by Frost recently but these stories evidently sprang from some unreliable source As the crop is now in fairly Ood condition. Shipments from the crop along the line of the Moffat Railroad will begin within a very Short time and reports from the several sections in that territory Are to the effect that the crop will be of Good Quality and of about the same Quantity As last season. Hailstorm in the Greeley Section of Northern Colorado during the Middle of last week damaged the cabbage crop considerably. Although there is a Good sized acreage of Early cabbage in the Denver and Brighton District shippers have found it hard to fill orders up to this time and the Market was very Strong this week with prices almost double or More what they were previously. The potato and string bean crops in the Greeley District were also damaged to some extent but the actual figures on these crops cannot be estimated correctly until Harvest time. Ottawa Canada july 22.�?the fruit Branch of the Dominion of Canada department of agriculture has made a Survey of fruit prospects throughout the Dominion a report on which is made tinder Date of july 1. The information com lined in the report is As of july and follows weather conditions throughout the fruit growing provinces during the first half of Juno were generally Cool with abundant and in some instances excessive moisture resulting in a general backward season. During the latter part of the month however conditions for the most part improved and All crops Are making Good growth. There have been some changes in the Apple situation since last month and at this Date it is difficult to arrive at a reasonably fair estimate of the total commercial crop owing to the late set throughout the Dominion and particularly in Nova Scotia. Indications however Point to some increase Oyer the five year average. Other fruits remain fair to Good. The following is a summary of the commercial Apple crop prospects by provinces on july 1, As compared with last year 1927 1926 estimated bbl bbl British Columbia 1,049,000 1,312,360 Ontario. 900,000 598,700 Quebec a a. 103,000 115,800 new Brunswick. 30,000 30,000 Nova Scotia 1,400,000 927,370 Rains help potatoes in Louisville District. Louisville ky., july 22.�?som Good Rains and excellent general weather Over the week end resulted in much better conditions for digging first crop potatoes and for getting second crop potatoes into the ground. Seed potatoes Are not plentiful and Are commanding Good prices at the present time. Without the Rains would have been hard to Plant the ground was too hard and dry planting or even for digging some cases it was necessary to Roll ground to loosen it enough to plow prior to the Rains. Total -. 3,482,000 2,984.230. Commercial a fops Are estimated on the basis of fresh Fruita _ to Market and do not include fruits used Fiji , tannins Quot or other Man a fact Uris a Purpo amp As. A British Columbia. Weather conditions have been on a the whole favourable although temperatures have ranged lower than it Normal and the season is from two to three weeks later than usual. Moisture conditions Are reported excellent and from All irrigation districts Stor be supplies of water Are said to be ample for All demands. Apples. General conditions have been favourable to rapid growth of apples and the fruit is developing rapidly. The crop estimated at Blossom time still Anta los its Promise and is expected i be slightly under so per cent of St year or approximately 3,000,000 boxes. Chase Salmon Arm a conditions generally have been favourable and the p is malting Good Progress with a Promise of so per cent of last year or bout .144,000 boxes. Kelowna Vernon Armstrong a the june drop has finished and thinning general throughout the District. Drought spot is reported prevalent on Light Sandy soils with Mcintosh and Lathan appearing most susceptible. The crop is estimated at so per cent in proximately j,372.000 boxes with Duchess wealthy and Rome Beauty continued on Page 11 the produce Packer aside from the edition of the Packer which you Are Jon Reading which is devoted to the commercial production and marketing or fruits and vegetables we print a separate weekly newspaper. The produce Packer which carries Market and Trade news of interest to shippers and distributors of eggs poultry butter hides Wool furs Etc. A free Sample copy will be gladly mailed upon request. Van t. Stillwell succeeds we Zimmerman in Packer organization at Cincinnati. Kansas City. July 22. A William Zimmerman who has severed Hia connections wit the Packer organization has been succeeded by Van t. Stillwell in the Cincinnati territory. Or. Zimmerman Lias not announced his future plans. However his Many friends in the Trade and in the Packer organization As Well As his former employers Are wishing him Well and Are expecting that when he does make his announcement in will prove to be something Wortis while for him. Or. Stillwell. Who is generally known among his friends As a Van Quot Lias been with the. Packer organization for Mure than 2n years and he has rendered efficient and valuable service during that time both to the Trade lie has served and his employers in Many slates in the Middle West the Rocky Mountain country and in Southern and Central territory both in tie important producing act Iona and in the larger Market enters. He Lias a wide acquaintance Vith growers and shippers arid the Trade. For years or. Stillwell has made it a strict duty to be posted on All important matters of interest to produce world and he has been a valuable source of information to All of those in the Trade who have called upon him. He Well deserves the advancement lie Lias attained. In his announcement in a recent letter addressed to the Trade lie said among other tilings Quot my future work in this territory As i conceive it will be to Servo the fruit and produce Industry and wish to offer the Assurance that i will always strive to the uttermost to be of the greatest possible service to you. I will appreciate it if you will Call upon me at any time when you think i can do you any Good
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