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THE D. M. KOEHLER & SON COMPANY, manufacturing, importing, buying and selling

whiskey, brandy, wines. &c., appertaining to wholesale liquor and wine business, &c.; principal office, New York City; charter issued June 21, 1891; expires, June 1, 1911; corporators, David M. Koehler, Theresa Koehler, Frances E. Marks, Monroe L. Simon, William B. Koller, all of New York City; capital subscribed, $500.00; amount paid in, $500.00; capital authorized, $500,000.00: par value shares, $100.00.

AZTEC OIL COMPANY, buying, holding, &c., real estate, mining, excavating for, &c., petro

leum, oil, gas, &c., storing, marketing, &c., same, &c., &c.; principal.office, Charleston, West Virginia: charter issued June 22, 1891; expires, June 12, 1914; corporators, W.R. Lyon, Morristown, New Jersey, C. W. Burton, Josiah Lombard. Marshall Ayers, all of New York, B. F. Warren. Brooklyn, New York: capital subscribed, $300.00; amount paid in, $30.00; capital authorized, $500,000.00; par value shares, $100.60.

YORK STRUCTURAL STEEL COMPANY, inanufacturing, purchasing, leasing, &c., the pro

ducts of iron ores, dealing. &c., in patents and appliances pertaining to the manufacture of any of the products of iron ores, dic., e: principal oflice, New York City; charter issued June 2.2, 1891, expires June 20, 1941; corporators, Rudolph T. McCabe. Benjamin S. Harmon, both of New York City, James B. Bach, Orange, New Jersey, Gerrit JI. Perkins, New York City, Edward B. Mowbray, Brooklyn, New York; capital subscribed, $1.000.(0); amount paid in, $1,000.00; capital authorized, $1,000,000.00; par value shares, $100.00.

THE BALTIMORE AND MONTANA REDUCTION COMPANY, mining iron, copper, silver

and other ores, acquire, own, make, &c., il ny patented chemical or mechanical processes or devices for mining, &c., such ores, &c., inc.; principal office, Charleston, West Virginia; charter issued June 23, 1894. expires June 20, 1944; corporators, John B. Levy, Louis P. Levy, Harry K. Darby, Charles A. Hotchkiss, Henry S. Brewington, all of Baltimore City; capital subscribed. $50.00; amount paid in. $5.00; capital authorized, $300,000.00; par value shares, $10.00.

THE BIG WHEEL COMPANY, manufacturing, buying and selling baking powders, flavoring

extraets, groceries, specialties, and goods of like character; principal office, Wheeling, West Virginia: charter issued June 23, 1894, expires June 19, 1914; corporators, W. Radcliffe, Geo. N. Vardy, George Baird, J. G. Frazier, M. E. Radcliff, H. C. Meyer. all of Wheeling, West Virginia; capital subscribed, $50.00; amount paid in, $50.00: capital authorized, $300,000.00; par value shares, $50.00.

MUTUAL INVESTM ASSOCIATION, of Chicago, carrying on conducting a general

investment, loan and brokerage business, issuing and selling investment contracts and providing adequate security to the holders thereof; principal office, Chicago, Ilinois; charter issued, June 23, 191, expires December 31, 1910; corporators, Daniel H. Tolman, Julius Schweizer, Frederick d. Rowe, F. M. Potter, lugo Pam, all of Chicago, Illinois; capital subscribed, $500.00; amount paid in, $500.00; capital authorized, $5,000,000.00; par value shares, $100.00,

ALLERTON PACKING COMPANY, buying selling and exporting cattle, hogs, sheep, calves

and other animals used for food, slaughtering, packing, &c., products of same, &c., &c.; principal office, Claremont, Baltimore county, Maryland; charter issued June 25, 1894, expires June 1. 1942; corporators, Alvin N. Bastable, Eben J. D. Cross, Edward J. Silkman, George D. Johnston, Frederick J. Griflith, all of Baltimore, Maryland; capital subscribed, $1,000.00; amount paid in, $100.00: capital authorized, $100,000.00; par value shares, $100.00.

THE TIMES CITIZEN PUBLISHING COMPANY, editing and publishing a daily and weekly

newspaper and for doing all kinds of job printing, &c.: principal office, Huntington, West Virginia; charter issued June 28, 1891: expires, January 1, 1930; corporators. R. R. Sadler, W. R. Murrell, Geo. M. Lattin, D. N. Mossman, Garland Butlington, John S. Marcum, F. B. Enslow, H. C. Simms, all of Uuntington, West Virginia; capital subscribed, $1,000.00; amount paid in, $ 200.00; capital authorized, $20,000,00: par value shares, $50.00.

THE ARMMIUS CHEMICAL COMPANY, manufacturing acids, salt and other chemicals,

products from the crude materials. mining and producing the crude materials, &c., &c.; principal office, New Yorkiity: charter issued June 28. 1894, expires June 1. 1941, corporators, Rowland F Hill, J. Frederick Kernochan, William Man, all of New York City, William H. Adams, Mineral City, Virginia, Samuel Lee, Richmond Hill, New York, Thos. J Salison, East Orange, New Jersey, Richard W. Robinson, Brooklyn, New York; capital subscribed, $10,000.00; amount paid in, $1,000.00; capital authorized, $1,000,000.00; par value shares, $100.00.

THE MOUNTAIN HOME COMPANY, purchasing, leasing and selling coal and other mines,

manufacturing, purchasing, &c., goods of all kinds acquiring real estate, la ving out towns, &c.: principal office, Parkersburg, W. Va.; charter issued June 29, 1894, expires May 1, 1914; corporators, W. E. Powell, Dave D. Johnson, D. L. Jamison, H. K. Jones, John S. Stump, all of Parkersburg, W. Va, J. C. Alderson, J. B. Sommerville, both of Wheeling, W. Va.; capital subscribed, $700.00; amount paid in, $70.00; capital authorized, $250,000.00; par value shares, $100.00.

BENWOOD WATER WORKS COMPANY, furnishing water to the city of Benwood, to the in

habitants thereof and to others doing business therein, &c., &c.; principal office, Wheeling, West Virginia; charter issued June 25, 1894; expires, June 21, 1914; corporators, Louis F. Stifel, G. 0. Smith, M. J. O'Kane, James M. Todd, all of Wheeling, West Virginia; Benjamin F. Peabody, Benwood, West Virginia; capital subscribed, $250.00: amount paid in, $50.00; capital authorized, $1,000,000.00; par value shares, $50.00.

MAXIM MINING AND CHEMICAL COMPANY, mining, quarrying and dealing in mines and

quarries and in the products therefrom, making, selling, &c., machinery, devices for, &c. &c.: principal office, New York City, charter issued June 30, 1894; expires, June 30, 1914; corporators, Geo. H. Graham, East Orange, New Jersey, Wm. F. Osborne, New York, Robert Schupphaus, Brooklyn, E. P. Ingersoll, New York, W. H. Graham, East Orange, New Jersey; capital subscribed, $125.00; amount paid in, $75.00; capital authorized, $100,000.00; par value shares, $25.00.

DON CANNING COMPANY, canning, preserving, bottling, &c., all kinds of vegetables, fruits

and vinegars, &c., growing, buying and selling the same, &c., &c.; principal office, Belmont, Ohio; charter issued July 1, 1894, expires July 1, 1944; corporators, Thomas J. Smith, Don, Belmont county, Ohio, Thomas lleats, Martins Ferry, Belmont county, Ohio. Robert A. Hall, John T. Smith, J. W. Collins, all of Don, Belmont county, Ohio; capital subscribed, $500.00; amount paid in, more than $100.00; capital authorized, $50,000.00: par value shares, $100.00.

THE SOUTHERN LAND AND IMPROVEMENT COMPANY, doing a general agency and

brokerage business in buying, exchanging, &c., real and personal property, acting as trustees therein, &c., &c.; principal office, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: charter issued July 1, 1894, expires May 31, 1914: corporators, J. Dawson Thomson, Winchester, Vir

ginia; Willlam H. Gano, W. T. Smith, William H. Hoskins, S. Lewis Jones, all of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; capital subscribed, $500.00; amount paid in, $500.00; capital authorized, $100,000.00; par value shares, $5 00.

EASTERN CONTRACTING AND DREDGING COMPANY, making contracts for dredging,

construction of docks, bridges, public works, buildings, &c., selling machinery to be used for &c., &c.; principal office, New York City; charter issued July 5, 1894, expires June 19, 1911; corporators, Charles C. Dodge, New York, New York, Winthrop Pond, Brooklyn, New York, George Wm. Ballon. Edward H Patter, James A. Simmons, all of New York, New York; kapital subscribed, $300.00; amount paid in, $50.00; capital authorized, $500,000.00: par value shares, $100.05.

THE PATUXENT CANNING COMPANY, canning fruits and vegetables of all kinds, manu

facturing same into camed goods; principal office, Portland, Maryland: charter issued July 5, 1797, expires January 1, 1910; corporators, J. Winslow Jones, Alice L. P. Jones, Fred M. Poore, George P. Willie, Eugene Lewis: all of Portland, Maryland; capital subscribed, $10,000.00; amount paid in, $10,000.00; capital authorized, $50,000.00: par value shares, $50.00.

HIGHLAND PACKING COMPANY, canning and packing fruits and vegetables of all kinds,

and manufacturing same into canned goods, c., &c.; principal office, Portland, Marv. land; charter issued July 6, 1994, expires January 1, 1940; corporators J. Winslow Jones. Alice L. P. Jones, John C. Hudson, Fred M. Poore, Eugene Lewis, all of Portland, Maryland; capital subscribed, $10,000.00; amount paid in, $10,000.00; capital authorized, $iui. 000.00; par value shares, $50.00.

THE J. P. WEISEMAN COMPANY, transacting a general mercantile business; principal oflice

Charleston, W. Va; charter issued July 6, 1891, expires, 1905; corporators, John Weisman. Anna L. Weisman, Lillian Horlocker, Leonore Horlocker, E. W. Brinker, all of Colunibus, Ohio; capital subscribed, $25,000.00; amount paid in, $10,000.00; capital authorized, $100,000.00; par value shares $500 OU.

THE FITZSIMMONS TELEPHONE COMPANY, manufacturing, vending and disposing of

telephones, under letters patent, establishing, &c., telephone lines, &c., &c.; principal oflice, Cincinnati; charter issued July 6, 1891, expires July 1, 1944: corporators, Philip Fitzsimmons, Covington, Ohio, Patrick H. Linnehan, Birminghain, Ala., R. N Archer. James Pettibone F K. Rodman, all of Cincinnati, Ohio; capital subscribed $100,000.00: amount paid in, $96,400.00; capital authorized, $250,000.00; par value shares $100.00.

UNITED TYPEWRITER AND SUPPLY COMPANY, manufacturing, buying. selling, &c.,

electric and otherwise typewriters of any and every description, and all appliances, dc.,
relating to the same, &c., &c.; principal office, New York City; charter issued July 7.
1894, expires June 1, 1914; corporators, Avery J. Smith, Springfield, Massachusetts, George
W. Dickerman, John McCarthy, both of Hartford, Conneticut, James W. Sturdevant,
Francis H. Stalford, both of New York City; capital subscribed, $500.00; amount paid in.
$500.00; capital authorized, $100,000.00; par value shares, $100.00.

THE STATE JOURNAL COMPANY, publishing newspapers in their various editions, con

ducting a job printing and binding business, dealing in stationery, &c., &c.; principal office, Parkersburg, West Virginia; charter issued July 6, 1894, expires June 28, 1914; cor

porators, A. B. White, Agnes Ward White, S. B. Baker, Anna B. Baker, W. E. White, all of Parkersburg, West Virginia; capital subscribed, $500.00; amount paid in, $50.00; capital authorized, $100,000.00; par value shares, $100.00;

THE CO-OPERATIVE ASSOCIATION OF COKE AND LUMBER WORKERS AND COAL

MINERS, mining coal, manufacturing coke and worling lumber: principal office, Sutton
West Virginia: charier issued July 9, 1894, expires June 27. 1914; corporators. Joseph
Rosinski, Stanly Cylkonski. James 11. Canfield, a l of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; Walenty
Smulski, Peter Buszhu, Stanislaw Perzyuski. Leon Wodzinski, Karu Krygier, Chas. D).
Nowack, all of Mount Pleasant, Pennsylvania; capital subscribed, $5,000 VU; amount paid
in, $300.00; capital authorized, $250.000.00; par value shares, $50.00.

FRANKLIN BREWING COMPANY, manufacturing, brewing, vending and selling lager beer

and other malt liquors, &c., sc.i principal oflice, Boston, Massachusetts; charter issued July 9, 1894; expires, May 31, 1914; corporators. John Zumner, George ('. Leuth, Justus Wissker, George Flanagan, Daniel Bernhard, William J. Rausch, Otto C. Felten, Theodore H. Kessalhuth, Jr., Philip Krim, Richard Murphy, August Rausch, Robert Rausch, Louis Seibert, George Leuth, Henry Bletzer, Oscar . Wohlschlegel, Timothy Daly, Karl Seibert, Thomas F. Meehan, Theodore Nogel, Julius (). Poetters, George E. Gray, Peter Ultsch, A. Theodore Weinz, Christian Rousch, John Imheschlid, John L. Gebhardt, Július Poetters, all of Boston, Massachusetts: capital subscribed, $73,700.00; amount paid in, $10,000.00; capital authorized, $500,000.0; par value shares, $100.00.

HUNTINGTON TRANSFER COMPANY, transferring persons, bag ge, wares and mer

chandise of all kinds, conducting the business of warehousemen, acquiring necessary real estate, &c.; principal office, Huntington, West Virginia; charter issued July 11, 1894, expires July 10, 1914: corporators, H. C. Kraft, 0. K. Stapleton, both of Parkersburg, West Virginia, H. S. Downtain, E. B. Enslow, George M. McDermit, all of Huntington, West Virginia; capital subscribed. $500.00; amount paid in, $30.00; capital authorized, $100,000.00; par value shares, $10.00.

THE UNITED STATES ELECTRIC FORGING COMPANY, buying, selling, &c., electrical

apparatus for the heating of, forging, welding, &c., metals, reduction, &c., of metallic ores, &c., &c.; principal oflice, New York City; charter issued July 12. 1894, expires July 7, 1914; corporators, Edwin Garsia, A. C. Garsia, both of New York City, B. J. Fredericks, Arlington, New Jersey; 1'. Haurie Emes, Giles S. Allison, both of New York City; capital subscribed. $600,000 00; amount paid in, *010.00; capital authorized, $1,000,000.00; par value shares, $20.00.

THE FLORIDA CATTLE COMPANY, purchasing, slaughtering, selling and transporting all

kinds of cattle and utilizing their waste products in the manufacture of oil, tallow, fertilizers, &c., &c.; principal office, Jersey City, New Jersey; charter issued July 12, 1894, expires July 12, 1911; corporators, John B. Knowlson, Brooklyn, New York: Bleecker S. Barnard, D. E. Kemlo, both of New York City, F.J. Palmer, A. Knowlson, both of Brooklyn, New York; capital subscribed, $1,000.00; amount paid in, $1,000.00. capital authorized, $1,000,000.00; par value shares. $110 00.

GREAT KANAWHA FALLS WATER-POWER ELECTRICAL MANUFACTURING AND

LAND CO., utilizing the water-power of the Great Kanawha River, including the natural water power of the fails thereof, the establishment and encouragement of manufacturing and other industries requiring power &c., &c.; principal office, Charleston, W. Va: charter issued July 12, 1891, expires August 1, 1813; corporators, Oliver i. Patton, Charleston, W. Va., Charles M. Reeder, Baltimore Md., W. W. Tompkins, Charleston, W. Va., Alex. McClintock, Lexington, Ky., W. D. Scott, M. Levi, Thos. F. Snyder; all of Charleston, West Virginia; capital subscribed, $700.00; amount paid in, $70.00; capital authorized, $2,000,000.00: par value shares $100.00.

THE AMERICAN SANITATION COMPANY, mining, manufacturing and transporting nitro

geneous and phosphate earths for the absorption and deodorization of organic waste, matter, &c., &c.; principal office, Jersey City, New Jersey; charter issued July 12, 1894; expires, vuly 12, 1914; corporators, John B. Knowlson, Brooklyn, New York, Bleeker S. Barnard, D. E. Kemlo, both of New York City, F. J. Palmer, Arthur Knowlson, both of Brooklyn, New York; capital subscribed, $1,000.00; amount paid in, $1,000.00; capital authorized, $250,000.00; par value shares, $100.00.

FIRE ALARM CONSTRUCTION COMPANY, constructing, acquiring, owning, &c., systems

of electric or other fire alarms within the United States and elsewhere, dic., &c.; principal office, New York City; charter issued July 13, 1891: expires, June 28, 1914; corporators, Leopold Wallach, Henry M. Cross, Maurice Maas, Oscar E. Madden. Charles F. Beach, Jr., all of New York; capital subscribed, $500.00; amount paid in, $50.00; capital authorized, $100,000.00; par value shares, $100.00.

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ECTRIC LIGHT COMPANY, manufacturing, generating, &c., electricity, dis

same, for lighting streets, roads, &c., for heating and other purposes, &c., &c.; tice, Keyser, West Virginia; charter Issued, July 14, 1894, expires July 1. 1941; S, F. M. Reynolds, J. M. Templeton, Andrew Keenan, A. W. Caffroth, George T. Carskadon, Geo. P. Warren, 1. P. Ritzell, all of Keyser, West Virginia; capital sub scribed. $250.00: amount paid in, $25.00: capital authorized, $50,000.00: par value shares. $5.00

THE NATIONAL INVESTMENT COMPANY. carrying on the business of co-operative in

vestment of money and receiving periodical payments and issuing certiticates numbered. &c., and pavable according to number, dc., ac : principal oflice, Cincinnati, Ohio: charter issued July 11. 1894. expires July 11, 1914: corporators, A.J. Garlin, Newport, Kentucky C. B. Mathews. Wm F. Wehemann, A. 1. Vall. C. H. Parlin, all of Cincinnati, Ohio; capital subscribed, *2,500.00; anuount paid in, $250.00: capital authorized, $200,000.00; par value shares, $100.00.

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TIIE MUTUAL (OXST'MERS (OAL COMPANY, mining, transporting :! nd dealing in coal.

principal office, Benwood, West Virginia; charter issned July 16. 1891. expires July ! 1924: corporators, H. P. Piper, Cincinnati, Ohio, J.C. Richardson, H. H. Lippelman, both of Glendale, Ohio, Ed. II. Williams, ('incinnati, Ohio, S. J. Rockershousen, Bellaire, Ohio: capital subscribed, $500.00; amount paid in, $50.00; capital authorized. $300.000.00: par value shares, $100.00.

THE MIDVALE-GOSHEN COAL COMPANY, owning, developing and operating coal mines

and shipping and selling coal: principal office, Cleveland, Ohio; charter issued July 16, 1891, expires June 1, 1911; corporators, Ralph II. Wainright, Massillon, Ohio, Walter R. Woodford, James E. Terry, Frederick S. Powers. Henry T. Sanford, all of Cleveland, Ohio: capital subscribed, $10,000.00: amount paid in, $1,000.00; capital authorized, $100,000.10: par value shares, $100.00.

THE MASSILLON AND CLEVELAND COAL COMPANY, operating mines of coal and other

minerals, and shipping and selling the same; principal office, Cleveland, Ohio: charter issued July 16, 1994, expires Jue 1, 1914; corporators, Ralph H. Wainright, Massillon. Ohio, Walter R. Woodford. James E. Terry, Frederick S. Powers. Henry T. Sanford, all of Cleveland, Ohio; capital subscribed. $10,000.00; amount paid in, $1.000.00: capital authorized, $200,000.00; par value shares, $100.00.

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THE NATIONAL SUPPLY COMPANY, buving, selling, manufacturing. &c., articles of trade

or commerce, upon commission or otherwise, buy and sell patents, &c., for inventions, a C., &e : principal office. Sistersville, W. Va.; charter issued. July 16, 1894. expires Mav!, 1944; corporators, Henry M. Wilson, Franklin. Pit., J. R McCreery, C. W. Pratt, both of Pittsburgh, Pa., W.II. Burns, Washington, Pa , Elliott Rodgers, Pittsburgh, Pa.: (apital subscribed $150,000.00; amount paid in, $15,000.00: capital authorized, $1,000,000.00: par value shares, $100.00.

NATIONAL SYNDICATE COMPANY, buying and selling merchandise, patents, stocks.

bonds and other securities, grain, provisions, cotton and other commodities, &c., de: principal office, Chicago, M., charter issued, July 16, 1894, expires July 11, 1919: corporators, D. P. Eberman. F. E. Velson, G. M. Eberman. Chas. Smith, Henry Dunlap, all of Chicago: capital subscribed, $50,000.00; amount paid in. $5,000.00: ~a pital authorized. $5,000,000.00; par value shares, $10.00.,

AMERICAN EQUIPMENT COMPANY, perform contracts for the construction of railroads

and irrigation systems, mine iron and other ores, &c. coustruet and operate shops, machinery, mills, C., &c., &c., principal office. New York City: charter issued July 17. 1894, expires May 29, 1941; Joseph S. Jackson, Charles X. Walsch, John B. Davidge, William M. Berrien, Osmer S. Burr, all of New York City; capital subscribed, $500.00: amount paid in, $500.00: capital authorized, *1,150,000.00; par value shares. $100.00.

CENTRAL GLASS COMPANY, manufacturing and selling glass bottles and any and all other

glassware and merchandise; principal oflice, Central City, West Virginia; charter issued July 17, 1894, expires May 30, 1944: corporators. °. B. McGregor, W. H Baker. both of Fairmont, West Virginia. Thos. Mears, Martin's Ferry Ohio, George F. Miller, Huntington, West Virginia, James Lintz., Central City, West Virginia, capital subscribed. $100.00; amount paid in, $50.00; capital authorized. $100,000.00; par value shares, $10.00.

THE OTTO COKE AND CHEMICAL COMPANY, maintaining and operating coal, iron, and

other mines, mining coal, c. manufacturing coke, iron and steel, &c., &c. &c. : principal office. Cleveland, Ohio; charter issued July 18. 1891, expires June 16, 1911: corporators, Alton C. Dustin, II. H. McKeehan, C. 1. Judson, (has. F'. Long. FJ. Miller, all of Cleveland, Ohio; capital subscribed, $500.00: amount paid in, $500.00; capital authorized, $375,000.00; par value shares, $100.00.

WEST VIRGINIA, OHIO AND WESTERN RAILROAD CO., commencing at a point on the

east bank of the Ohio river, Wetzel county, thence to Clarksburg, thence via Elk Creeki to Belington, Barbour county, West Virginia, &c., &c.; principal office, Clarksburg, West Virginia; charter issued July 18, 1894, continues perpetually: corporators, Marcus Pollasky, Chicago, Illionois, T. M. Jackson, Clarksburg, West Virginia, C. H. Lareuse, Fairmont, West Virginia, B. M. Despard, J. Horner Davis, both of Clarksburg, West Virginia; capital authorized, $1,000,000.00; par valne shares. $100.00.

HE BIDDLE RAILWAY CAR ELECTRIC LIGHTING COMPANY, manufacturing and sell

ing of apparatus and appliance under letters patent to light railway cars by electricity, such process to include dynamos, coils, &c., &c.; principal oflice, New York City; charter issued July 19, 1894, expires July 17, 1911; corporators, William Biddle, Sarah Young, William F. Strachen, all of Brooklyn, New York, Charles E. Poucher, New York city, Charles A. Williams, Brooklyn, New York; capital subscribed. $1,000.00; amount paid in, $1,000.00; capital authorized, $500,000.00; par value shares, $50 00.

COMBINED CANE AND UMBRELLA COMPANY, manufacturing canes, umbrellas, &c.,

buying and selling sticks and all materials used in the manufacture of same, mining coal, iron, dic., &c.; principal office, Charleston, West Virginia: charter issued July 19, 1891, expires January 1, 1941; corporators, Edward Posnausky. Victor J. Reinking, Jessel Bebro, S. G. Patterson, T.C. Campbell, all of New York City: capital subscribed, $1,500.00; amount paid in. $1,500.00; capital authorized, $200,000.00: par value shares, $100.0J.

CLARKSBURG COIL COMPANY, mining, shipping and selling coal, (okes, ores, &c, manu

facturing coke, owning coal lands, conducting a merchandise business, &c., &c.; principal office, Clarksburg, West Virginia; charter issued July 19, 1894, expires July 16, 1941: corporators, Marcus Pollasky, Chicago, Illinois, T. M. Jackson, Clarksburg, West Virginia, C. H Lawrence, Fairmont, West Virginia, T. G Brady. J. H. Davis, both of Clarksburg, West Virginia; capital subscribed. $500.00: amount paid in, $30.00; capital authorized, $1,000,000.00: par value shares, $100.00.

UNIT DRILLING COMPANY, drilling oil, gas and other wells, drilling, boring an test

ing weils of all kinds for minerals Ac., carrying on a veneral foundry and machine business, &c., &c; principal office, Pittsburgh, Pa.: charter issued, July 20, 1891, expires July 1, 1944: corporators, A. (. Dravo. Jno. T. Patterson, Wm. Mcc. Dravo, Guy E. Campbell, W. W. Campbell; all of Pittsburgh. Pennsylvania; capital subscribed, $500.00; amount paid in, $50.00; capital authorized, $25,000.00; par value shares, $50.00.

ANTHRACITE-BITUMINOUS FUEL MANTEACTURING COMPANY, manufacturing and

selling and granting the right to others to manufacture and sell a patent fuel manufactured from the waste product of anthracite and bituminous coal; principal office, Scranton, Pennsylvania, charter issued July 20, 1891, expires June 29, 1919; corporators, Samuel N. Callender, Blakely Borough: Pa., Cornelius Cronin, Kingston, Pa, Samuel MacEachen, Scranton, Pa, Wm. S. Diehl, Scranton, Pa., Judson C. Callender, Clarks Green, Pa.; capitai subscribedd, $500.00: amount paid in. $50.00; capital authorized, $300,000.00; par value shares, $5.00.

CITY TRANSFER COMPANY, operating a transfer and omnibus line in the city of Hunting

ton, West Virginia, for transfer of passengers, &c, from and to different points of the city, hauling freight, &c., &c.; principal office, Huntington, West Virginia: charter issued July 21, 1891; expires, July 18, 1:31: corporators. R. B. Yowell, J. C. McClung, E. Kyle, John Hooe Russell. F. L. Doolittle, trustee, F. D. Fuller, J. B. Stewart, William Keefe, all of Huntington, West Virginia; capital subscribed, $400.00; amount paid in, $10.00; capital authorized, $50,000.00: par value shares, $25.00.

JEAN RUBBER COMPANY, acquiring and taking over the ownership and interest in the con

cessions from the French govornment to one Joseph M Jean in property and rights situated in French Guiana and to cultivate the rubber tree. &C., &c.: principal office, Cayenne, Colony of French Guiana; charter issued July 23, 1891; expires July 19, 1912; corporators, Henry C. Turn Suden, Chas. R. Lee, Byron C. Davis, all of Brooklyn, New York, John Whyte, White Plains, New York. James A. McBain, Brooklyn, New York: capital subscribed, *500.00: amount paid in. $300.00: capital authorized, $5,000,000.00: par value shares, $100.00.

MOHAWK ELECTRIC WOOD MANUFACTURING COMPANY, manufacturing wood pulleys

using all material necessary for their construction, manufacture all kinds of wood ware, furniture, igriculture implements, &c., &c.; principal office, Charleston, West Virginia: charter issued July 21, 1894, expires July 1, 1911: corporators, Reuben McChesney, Louis H Hale, both of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, W. W. Branch, Fred Colburn, C. J. Metcalf, all of Charleston, West Virginia; capital subscribed, $250.00; amount paid in, $25.00; capital authorized, $300,000.00; par value shares, $50.00.

PANTHER LUMBER COMPANY, manufacturing and dealing in timber, logs and lumber, also

for the purpose of mining, and carrying on a general mercantile business: principal office, Panther Creek, West Virginia: charter issued July 21, 1894, expires January 1, 1924, corporators, Hiram W. Sibley, Rochester, New York, John E. Mills, Marysville, Michigan, Isaac Bearinger, William L. Thompson, both of Saginaw, Michigan, Jerome P. Kroll, Panther Creek, West Virginia; capital subscribed, $300,000.00; amount paid in, $280,000.00; par value shares, $100.00.

WILLIAM FLACCUS OAK LEATHER COMPANY, tanning leather, dealing in hides, skins

and leather of all kinds, blacksmith bellows; also, oils, tallow, grease, glue, &c., &c.: principal office, Pittsburg, Pennsylvania: charter issued July 26, 1891, expires July 1. 1904; corporators. William Flaccus, George Flaccus, both of Pittsburg, Pennsylvania, Caroline Viehmeier, McCandless Township, Edward B. Arnsburg, Hulton, Pennsylvanja,

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