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\ PAGE TEN. THE DAILY COU1.U.ER, CONN 3LLSVILLE, "PA. Carton Factory at Capstan Glass Co. a New For South Coimellsville t h " li p a n y . '- O n e , p s l a n w h i c h s t a r d Snit-c u p.-l f r o m I ' a ;an of t h e t i^ out t o d a y . 'The. an- i s;re\v s t e a d i l y n o u n c f ^ m e i H f o l l o w s ; I K o r t \ \ ' i y n e i-tx; " A r r a n g e m e n t * h a v e b e e n c o m - ' r n e t i t of u paper ple.tcl w h e r - ' b y ( l i e Capstan G l a s s ! l i o n in Port. W?. Company w M l v l r t i u i l l y have ite ow.v i for a m i l l , a nev. carton f a c t o r y , and at the samo) time j esti'bltehpcl In i: a new l i u h i s t r y w i l l be located in which in ;i few yea re 1 in l'or(. W a y n e , I n- n l x - r , I',1tl8, w h o r e i l . t i l i t * large p l a n t in : i s i r i - d the establish- ', 'nill. t Kince Die loca- j no wan not favorable ( p l a n t , w i t h a m i l l wan ! artfotxl C i t y , Indiana, j and d u r i n g the j.ast 10 years the H a r t - j ford City p l a n t i-as developed into o n o i shouUl d e v e l o p into one of the m a j o r ! of the l a r g e s t . m!«U complete and i n d u s t r i e s i-t t h o c o m m u n i t y . The ' h i g h l y e f f i c i e n t u n i t s i n t h e i n d u s t r y plan k that the- Capstan ( M a s s C o m - i w i t h a c a p a c i t y of a b o u t L'u cars per pany on its prop-ei-ly n h a l l erect a i lay. b u i l d i n g w h i c h t h e Fort W a y n e C o r - ! "Tho m a i n o.^'ice o f t h o c o m p a n y , rugatcd Paper C o m p a n y of Fort j h o w e v e r , is l o c a t e d at Port Wayne. Vi ay life, I n d - a i t n . w i l l use to establish j I n its p r o g r a m - i f ex pa union tho Fort an e a s t e r n f a c t o r y . | Wayne Oorrup: led Paper Company, "For several years C a p s t a n has been; hna f e l t the net I of «. f a c t o r y located w o r k i n g on v a r i o u s p r o p o s i t i o n s w i t h ! s o a s t o serve t : e i m p o r t a n t PHtsbnrg a v i e w t o s e c u r i n g i t s o w i t o r y . D e f t p l u * t h e fact t h a t Capstan u s e s a. ( r e n v - n d o i i s q u a n t i t y of c a r t o n s ' i s as h i f ? h as 7 0 earn a m o n t h . ! ( M t y t h i s iii not it lan.ce onoitidi ]j,-.(;i to p e r m i t a pood :;i/.e( c a r t o n t ' a e i o r y to be o p e r a t e d at a* real econ o m i c a l ( · · · ( , . F u r t h e r m o r e , i t w o u l d b e t h e p o l i t y o!' I b e c o m p a n y t o m a k e a r r a n g e m e n t - - o f i b i s n a t u r e o n l v w i l l ! one of I he h n x r u t i m l uu'.-t i s u b s t a n l i u l p a p e r i v a u u f a c i u r i n x c o m p a n i e s o f t h o :nluisti'y. 'such a s t h K o r t W a y n e v ' o r i i i K i i t e d , l ' u p r C o m p a n y , no t h a t · i f f c i J i r e c e i ' e d f r o m a n u m b e r of o t h e r i.oni .aiiuci .vere- noi c o n s i d e r e d . tho U n i t e d S l a t - ^ w h i c h could not be e c o n o m i c a l l y re ichod by UH H a r t f o r d p l o n t . a m i tho p l a n is to nUih- in Conm.'lli ri!!e a factory w h i c h s h a l l he second to n o n e in tfiinipmen! and economy o p e r a t i o n KO as to p r o p e r l y f i l l t i l l need. "An jsoon at; t l . p l a n t i s i n o p e r a t i o n , if w i l l f d i i p o u t - I least OH m a n y lKxee to n u t . t i l a e j n e.rris as w i l l be t'ur- n i s h t ' d t h e Cap t a n CUasfi Company, i,m w i t h i n a y a r or two it is likely t h a t : , ii-i the I ' i t t b u r g Liid eastern bna- i n e x i 01" t h e C o m p a n y nx panels, it. will ship to o u t r i i le one-cms t h r e o or four t o It w i l l b o l o r i t - i i | t h c n o r t h e n d of w h i c h K on l h « "The l ) u i ! . l t H 5 w h i c h w i l l be s t a r i K l ; t i t l e s as m a n y ( ..irtons us w i l l b e - j i h i p - ;u o n c e w i l l be I'.nu f e e t Ions by !.;"() j , le d to the Cups:an Glass Company. It iVel w i d e , of c o n c r e t e , b r i c k and u l c e l I is n a t u r a l l y ni ich more to the ad- t h o r'.-;t ot j v a n t a g e of the c o m m u n i t y to h a v e a lox f a c t o r y t-nu- b l i s h e d by a l a r g o o u t - ide .coneiM'M i a t f i e r tiian a f a c t o r y e s t a b l i s h e d onl for Capstan':) needs beean.so a conir my of the t y p o of tho l''ort. Wayne C.'i r r u s n t e d Paper Comp a n y s h o u l d . J n f r o m f i v e t o t e n years, d e v e l o p u f a c t o . ' y w h i c h w i l l bo one of t h e l e a d i n g i n d istrios o f t h e comm u n i t y . o f t h e K o r t W a y u o r C o m p a n y are n«s f o l - "The o f f i c e r s (.'or r u g u t e d 1'a] lows: I ! , c. B o w e r t i e l d , v K o t i s t e r . «;ecre t r e a s u r e r . "The negolia.' ions CJla^s ( ' o m p a i t y by J. J. Brcnsa i n a n a K o r , and . riu!, p r e s i d e n t ; I I . · e - p r o i i i d e n t ; F. P. t r y ; J . j . Browsard, w i t h t h e Capstan h a v e heen curried on d , w n i i t a n t g e n e r a l «as l a r g e l y t h r o u g h e f f o r t s the u .'rangotnen(\- have been c o i t i - t r u c i i o M s i m i l a r f *a jM a t i ' s b i i Id in LV.;. ( n t h e vac; n t lo! at i he C a p K l a n f a c t o r y l o w e r side of i h e p r e s e n t baseball 1'iC'ld. 'I'lte - ; u i l d i n g w i l l c o n t a i n a b o u t .".'1,00l s r | i i a r f e e t and cost, a p p r o x i - m a t e l y JT'i.ooo t o e r e c t . A l l o f t h o m a c h i n e r y ; be- i n s t a l l e d ly the- Fort) W a y n e Co -ruKate-d P a p e r C o m p a n y w i l l b e n e w a n d of t h e best, and u p - t o - d a t e .ic'.sign, a n d t i n w i l l r u n i u t h e neighborhood o f ·if ISO.Ol'Mi. so t h a t t h e p l a n t at; a w h o l e : w i l l represent a n i n v e s t m e n t o f w e l l ; o v e r a q u a r t e r o f m i l l i o n d o l l a r s . " I u o r d e r t o p r o p e r l y loc-.te i h e : '··w b u i l d i - . ' . s ; it became necessary t o ; · i n - b a s e - a s m a l l s t r i p of haul f r o m ' . - . P . a l f i m ire O h i o Railroad C o m - ; , a n y . T h h o r d i n a r i l y is a «low pro- j c e r l t i r e i v h k ' h m i g h t h a v e cloluyC'O t h e ; w o r k o f o n c t i o n a m o n t h o r more, b u t : w h l i w o n d e r f u l cooperation f r o m J. D. i T'.elt/., d i v i s i o n K I I [ t e r i n t e n d e n t . ,'. 1.,. \ M a i n r. d i v i - i - i i i e n g i n e e r an! his a.snis- ' t a u t . W. .1. ; lii:i:in^. as woll ns f r o m W. \ H. l - : a t o n . d i v i ' - i o n f r e i g h t agent, i t w a s ; p o s s i b l e t o clo-if t h e negotiations w i t h ; t h e I ' . u U i m r e it O h i o Flaiiroad Com-! pain 1 !!-, .·! .'e-.v d a v s ' s ' i t h a t the w o r k ' o n - i ; ; e , i d l - , . - . . ^ i . o u l d be u n d e r way by : A l l o t h e r Fr(V)f Tluil This UrWt i ' i e !!!.'·.·· - . . : - . a i u i i o i i i i . ' e m u n t i s p u b - ; SHscover.v H a s I k C a l V n h i o " ' i ' i i i c ' ! ! i ; u - ' l o r ; ; i e b u i l d i n g | ' I r ' i v ; : ! j v a ;\ s t i o n l - l '..'c I ··' by . M a r c h i. and w i t h ilil | "-··-.!!;.·'- a a . l i day. I , , , - , ; ! : ie(,. the iKiiidini: «ii,i in-1;:;',;'-,/';',?,"';!,,-; ^r is I i k( t h a n ·"" ' · " i i s i M i i i . I K .Mr. l-'n-il i - ' . i - x t ...UTit-.l. 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T o n i c w o u l d do for mo I l i o n i s m a i n l y i n beitu; a b l e t o . f i v e ! "^'ly. i i w-as x v o n t i o r f u l l i t w ( r i l . - k l v more e f i - i c i , . ; , ! s e r v i c e to tl,,. c u - t o m e r H . | ',',',' i l l h ;;^ n ;V,'"'r ^L ^"ih^'^-n^l C a n o n s w l i c h n o w t a k e a w e e k o r t o n , w a n t e d , b a d a l t h o M l n - i m - t h i m-ndoti | d u v K t'roin b e t i m e t h e y a r c nrderod t o :''"''. " v c v y i h i n H . a n . i v;a« .si.-epingr i i h o i j i i n i b e r shoul'.i b e n t w u l i l y i n ' / r w i s e d . ! "The a d 1 a t i t a s o t o t l i e ( ' : i p « t n u (!lii v ; s i C o m p a n y if l u i v i u j ; tbi.--. c o r r u g a t e d ! r e a c h t l i e f a c t o r y w i l l lie i i r o c u r c d i n :'eix^'iVii- m'i'i'i" ' . i r e ' ; ' n . ' h ^ s t i M ' y ' u / ' v ^ u Hi; 1 or t w o d.iy f r o m t h e nev/ i - i j r t n n i ' " l l m v s . t u n b r ! , ' v i - m e i ! l« t i n - s w e o t X V o r l d ' s Tf.tili; fii'M l i k e a n;uii f a c t o r y . T t i i s is an a j j e of speed, a m i ' N ! "'y'-'y ' 'v r ' !lte [act t h a t C a p s t a n w i l l b e a l ) l e Kj n , i \ v , r ; i t,. i t h , w sn've i f s cu.-;t'imei-H f i u - t e r service t h a n ' Y "*- l! ; -' ; " "id .-unry tit p i - r . ] l i a n v c o m p e t i t o r w i l l 1m an i m p o r t a n t . ' . ·"' t "" ! ' 1 W ' - r l d 'i , n l e l...-.:u]i|i.iart.M-f. i:m i t l.s u r^'.il o n e ; t t h a ! t i f c a n s . ; J t i j l ' u w y .-oiling .-lid t o w a r d I f i c i v i t M i n j ; b u s i n e s s . , ..a,. , , . ( i i - i . a,Me, to r i n - K i ' n t i t " n u u i b c ' r "Tho u e ' V c a r t o n t ' a c t i r v w i l l al:-r. w l m h a v i - l n - o n h f l p i ' d hy thi.s r c i n a r k e l f r r t soni,- ^ i v i u y in f r e i g h t and in ! I, 1 !' 1 ,". I'T'^'l!'','; "') l k ' ; i , l ; liu ^ " l ' t u l n « d ... . , ,, . , , , ; : l 1 · · · T i i H - l l s v i n i l i r n ; ; CM., o r - a n y , , t ) i e r I b e CCK! o! l i a n d n i i K . but thc.rt» w i l l b o i t i t w i class di HH .utfn-,.. i.-\-i.';ii.---.ViivtT- very sjnal! becau.se of c o u r .so I b e ; t ' ^ ' i n v i n . f r e i g h t s t i i i has to be paid on the raw 1 paper, w h i c h w i l l be shipped lo t l i e i n e w c a r t o i f a c t o r y , *o t h a t the p r l n - j c i p i e i i i l v n n t a g o s w i l l b o I n c u t t i n g ! down the u i i o u n t u' linltihod Ktock j C a p s t a n w i l l have t o c a r r y a n d i n ! ^peed a n f l I h ' x i b i l i i y of s t s r v i f o to cus- I toiiiers. T i e a d d i t i o n of this box I'ac-i l o r y to tin Capstan l a y o u t in a n o t h e r ! s t e p t o w a i d m a k i n g C a p n t a n one of j tito nioHf. t o n i p l e t o a n l (mil oijiiijipeiJ factoris-« in tin- glass c o n t a i n e r i u - JAMES O'NEILL, OIL OPERATOR, VERY ILL AT HOME IN FRANCE Advantages That Will Result From Location Of New Industry Here Th:' o d v a u t U K o s t h a t will r e s u l t f r o m the fiUablUhmetit of tho carton f a c - t o r y . t O K o t h c r w i t h tlitt h i s t o r y o f t h o Fort rt'ayiji; C o r r u g a t e d PapfM- C'uin- p a n y , u i i ! lif, pri;ri'ss t o iU p r t ^ c n l p O K l t i n i i . : i , n U . - a r ' i - i - i u t i n : i n d u i s i i ' y , :i"t' ''·:·! ' V i l . - r r ' - - i l lo . . - I i ! , i : - ; : 1 ! !y bv i i i e C A X N K S , I' and cm O ' N e i l l , A m e r i fled to Franco d u r i n g tho T«; u u i y never rt Altltough re) iri(]ir.-att t h a t . t h o oil man's moved, O'Neill his p a l a t i a l hot able 10 r e t u r n 1-M.s doctora m a k e tlie tri'n rontliuies to ubio to loavo d u r i n g tile sun- to r e t u r n to hi his .seclusion i h e a l t h anil n a t i ' i t l t i j i l Press, ih. H.--Shattered in lied in spirit, James E. ·an oil operator, who I'rom tiis Uiiitett States pot .Domo Oil scandal, im to lilt) n a t i v e land, orts from Washington ' I I lc-«al tJlllli.uUlwa to relui'ii have be-on ro- lie.i on a sick bod iu ae outside Cannes, u u ;o the- United Stittos. «iy he i.s n o t a;l)h to t h i K w i n t e r , hut K' he i u p r o v f i he m i g h t bo for th-e U n i t e d States iiicr. (I'N'icil \-A anxiotm linn« a n d f r i e n d s , for t France has t.rit'd jiis ,-iu:u t.) tln u t m o s t . : i V, ' .' :i ' ' · . · i - i - i i m i i e . l | , : ; ; , i - i - | M , x l a r - "'· ' ^'·'·· · · f s i a U l . - h i ' i i in c o n j u i n - i i-.ni p r a . : i :· in.- ; , ( · i h f . . eompoiM- u i i i c a w i l l c o j i K 1 !-·) S o u t h C o n n o l U ' U l e ju *;uU'-"'-i i:i i : O'.vn i n d i i i i ' i ; . Tb«- c u m - Hoitil I ,siu« A p p r o v e d . :, K,JI. M.--A $;i6,ioo ! l n - i i d i.ssut- i o ic f l i i a t f d by H r o w n s - ! v i ! ! t boroti:,', ! i. K a y e U e {.·(itinty, f o r j I ' u i u l i r i K p r e s i i i l i n d e - b t e d n e K S and I r o u i l i m p r o v f i n -lit. 1 - 1 , w-n.s a p p r o v e d by i J a m e s K . \V!( w a n i , . i t u - r c t a r y o f i n - i ' e r n a l a f T a i r : - . l-'Hi.roniia Lh 40 w a o advortlfl*. Smart Spring, Frocls Ensembles Have the Greatest Popularity Printed and Plain Cokrs These attractive clrosKCK at sufh low cost, h a v o the- v ry c h a r a c t o r of S p r i n g . Fro ;'li, now, and i n d i v i d u a l i t y n1: sty CH are tho f'eaturn.s of ( h i s otfcri tg. f l o o r g c t t e and Canton CTOI es w i t h short and long ;;lee\ ^s. dolors--Rod, green, navy, t n, Itlacic and dahlia.. The 8-piece ensemble is the big 1 favorite. for Spring, Coats and skirts are of tweed and broadcloth materials and the blouse in a lighter shade to harmonize with the ensemble. in shades ol! Nut. 'Brown, Cireen and .Blue, TroufTiuitt' --Second Floor. for the Spring Costume Attractive n e w felts, and f e l t and straw eom- inations . . . forecast the ie\v Spring' mode. Charm- ng in style and colors for .he ue\v ensembles. T'rou(man's- -Second Floor. Women's Nev/ Lace Neckwear The d a i n t y lace neckpiece in V-nec,k and ··omul neck styles with jabot, end effect lave their prominence in Spring fashion. Trwil man's·---first Floor. Chardonize Rayon UNDERGARMENTS Chemise Panties Gowns Dance , Sets Bloome rs Vests - Colors- Pink Peach Nile Every g a r m e n t if? b e a u t i f u l ! ) m a d e o c l i a r d o n i x c rr.yon in the latest style-; am colors. The p o p u l a r price (.hat \ w i ^ h lo p;ty for an u n d e r g a r m e n t . T n m t i n n n V Second llt\*r. HARTZ MOUNTAIN CANARIES from I h i r U M o u n t a i n , £l 'I'roiilninn s a r o Mn.lo ilollors, irr»r ( J f r n m n y .nid snara i v a j ;l | TrouLniari's. Store.. An Extraordinary Selling of Cheramy f s Regular $1.00 Box Telephone the Order We w i l l give mall or, telephone orders our prompt, attention. Limit :.', boxes to a Customer, Save 61c on Each Box Cheramy, creator of "April Showers," presents women with "Lov-Lor" I'ace pow- cler w h i c h clings perfectly to the skin and contains all the qualities of a much higher priced powder. Three Shades Flesh -- Brunnett -- White An exquisite powder produced from the finest French essential oils and blended by "Cheramy." Boys* New Spring Wash Suits $1.00 Fancy .llruadcloUi Tops (,'nislt ami L i n o n Shorts Tliose p l a i n n n d faiu-y combiiiat.ionH arc g t i a r a n - Icotl fast, c.-olors and arc t h e regular "Stonewall" make. B n U o n - o n stylo w i t h holts in siws--2',;. to S yours. 'I'rnntiiiiui's First MOOT. MEN'S NECKWEAR 65c r $1.00 Vn ino Nr\v s i l k i ir?B in f a n c y p;',lt«.fits ; nd designs. S a t i n stri i«« h a n d p a i n f, d, (.'honey s i l k ? , ; nd .M.owulcirs are i n f ] id- cd in tlie SP]ertion TroHlmnn's-- Pirsf FJoor. Men':? DRESS $1,00 Plain and Fancy Col i)rs. Shirts of m ulr-.is cloth in fast, solid colors and fancy patterns. Ma-le w i t h f u l l lenprth sleeves and made good and f u l l throughout. Collar attached and neck- ,bancl styles, in sixes 14 to 17. Trontmnu's--Kirst Vlowr, SHIRTS arming Chainpians SPOUTS GLEAMWGS Carl Hubbell, New York Ginnt pitcher, and Lucille Harrington o£ Sliawneo, were ir)j!.rriej at McA]e«ter, Okla., J a n u a r y -K, it has boc'ii made known. * * · Jimmy Miiloney was crediteti with a four-round techniwil knockout-over Al Friedman w h e n the latter plunged through the ropes ftnd struck his hoal a naralyzlng blow on tho eige of tho ring. They Met in Dry Law Debate Stl'« in Kv 3 ' f ' t f JJ 7 ver ' 0|: Sabetha, « h o r e c e n t l y won *parate ' r ° r c ' n t / a n n ^"teste, the first tlm. s that t te State '"" 8 ^ lrirls h a v c b e e n ' « s b a n d »ncl wif -. Mm. »h i*\ a m a s t J r f u n » home m a k e r " a n d Mr Deavpr Kansa* t r o p h y M t h e c n a m P'°» n' : » 8t « f t n n e r of KNOCKDOWN TIMER IS NEW PLAN OF ATHLETIC COMMISSION IN STATE Tho State Athletic Commission w going to experiment w i t h a knockdown ·timekeeper, Commissioner Have-y J. Boyle/ (innounced. Mixups over sending boxers' to aial k e e p i n g them in r;orne.r( "when they i-:eoro k n o c k d o w n s and los« of time in c o u n t i n g havc* !c-d to the decision to try nut UK; system in vogue in .Now York, Chicago, and elsewhere w h o r e a special t i m e k e e p e r at tho ringside risoH the m o m e n t a. knockdown occur:!, and, w i t h a site. p- watch in his hunU, hanks off the toil w i t h a liamrner on l ho lloor ot th(! e!(?o of the rlnj;. The rt-forco «eei U i n t tlio Ixxo7- «:or!i;g (h« knorlwiowii KCGH to the [arthest corner and t h e n nonses ovor lo t h e , f a l l e n boxer nml picks up tho c o u n t j w i t h the liiir.e, t h u s r. voiding the loss! of p r e c i o u s iHccoiii;1ti.' Use Classified Ads. briag: rnnlts, Senator S. W. Brookhart ( l e f t ) of I o w a

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