Courier-Journal, 25 May 1899, page 5

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Courier-Journal, 25 May 1899, page 5
 - on which Wagner rested his case and won....
on which Wagner rested his case and won. INDIANA NEWS NOTES. The machinery of the plug-tobacco factory of Charles Allen, of Chicago, is being stored by Deil Barker at Madison. Messrs. M. J. Barker, Dell Barker. Ralph Barker, Cbarles Allen and a New York gentleman are about to organise a stock company with a capital of from two to five millions of dollars. They propose to-operate Independent of the trust, and to be strong enough to sell all over the country. Then, if the trust cuts the prices, they will have to cut them everywhere. In other words, this new concern is to replace Liggett & Myers and to have a trade coextensive with the country. Not leoa than l.Ouu hands will be employed, and the number may be Increased to 2.0OU. The location of the plaut is undecided.

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