As of 1915, the goods manufactured in this Ashland Ohio factory include bed springs, ironing boards, clothes racks, etc. The machinery and equipment are of the best and include a wire working machine for the complete line. The factory building is four stories high and 65 by 175 feet. Twenty men are now employed in the factory and there are five traveling salesmen on the road in the interest of the concern.
This company furnished 20,000 chairs for the Fulton-Hudson celebration in New York five years ago, and have furnished all the chairs for the Grand Army Encampments for the past six years; also, for the military tournament at Chicago last year, all the big aviation meets, and are at present time furnishing chairs for all large circuses.